STAFF REPORT ISB: Pakistan’s young technopreneurs, Fatima Rizwan and Haroon Yasin have made it to the third Telenor Youth Forum occurring in Oslo, Norway in December 2015. The occasion will assemble youth from Telenor Group’s 13 markets in the Nordic district, Europe and Asia, to share their points of view and thoughts on the subject of Knowledge for All.
Fatima Rizwan is the CEO of TechJuice – Pakistan’s chief innovation stage for business people that showcases news identifying with new companies, enterprise, training, and innovation in Pakistan. She has turned into an asset center for Pakistanis to learn and discover open doors in the field.
Haroon Yasin, who began a free school in one of the slums in Islamabad four years back, is currently creating and testing a Virtual Education Program (VEP), which utilizes a video based educational programs to formally educate school street children. Genuine motivations in their fields, both Fatima and Haroon are adapted to streamline innovation for enhancing access to learning in the nation.
An international jury comprising of representatives from common society, the scholarly world and Telenor top management chose the last delegates from near 2,000 candidates in 13 nations. Telenor has welcomed a scope of abnormal state and rousing speakers for the Forum program, who all offer an enthusiasm for information and expanding access to learning.