STAFF REPORT LHR: Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management, and its Foundation contribute generously towards the uplift of flood affected areas across Pakistan, by supporting a professional training programme with The Hunar Foundation (THF).
The Hunar Foundation is a vocational training centre that imparts vocational training. So far 96 students from the first two batches of THF have qualified from the Trade Testing Board (Sindh) in five technical trades including Electrical Installation, Mechanical Fitting and Plant Maintenance, Fabrication Welding and Pipework, Refrigeration and Airconditioning Mechanic and Plumbing.
Mazhar Valjee, Managing Director, Schneider Electric Pakistan, said, “Being a responsible corporate citizen of Pakistan, Schneider Electric, is committed to make every possible effort to reach out to help the flood affected people of Pakistan.”
The activity is a part of Schneider Electrics sustainable business vision for Pakistan in 2012. This vast social initiative includes the rehabilitation of flood victims, who are suffering due to the floods. The company is sharing the burden with the poorest families, who are still trying to survive the natural catastrophe.
Schneider Electric is operating in Pakistan with offices in Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad, backed by a large factory in Karachi and a fast expanding network of partners. Schneider Electric offers integrated solutions to make energy safe, reliable, efficient and productive for the Energy and Infrastructure, Industry, Data Centres and Networks, Buildings and Residential markets.

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