STAFF REPORT KHI: Taking its education initiative one step further, Intel Pakistan has collaborated with parenting group, WeldonMoms to train aspiring young housewives in Karachi in order to promote computer literacy among Pakistani young mothers and homemakers. In this connection, the Intel Pakistan held a one-day training programme for a batch of 50 ladies using the latest technology by Intel, with an aim to help those women who are unable to venture into a business owing to lack of support, resources and confidence.

“We believe that mothers and homemakers have the ability to shape the future of the entire family, and this initiative will help our women explore the wonders of a PC and the internet right at their door step,” said Asma Aziz, PR and Marketing Manager, Intel Pakistan, on the occasion.

He said that this initiative is aimed at giving the participants the hands-on experience of a personal computer and the internet in order to show them the underlying benefits of using technology for themselves and their families.

The training covered a wide range of topics like understanding components of a PC, browsing the internet, chatting, sending emails and how they can use the computer to search information on schools and colleges.

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