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Facebook Selected Two Pakistani Women For Facebook Community Leadership Program

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Facebook Selected Two Pakistani Women For Facebook Community Leadership Program
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Two ladies from Pakistan who made Facebook groups have been selected for the social networking giant's first Community Leadership Program. 

Kanwal Ahmed of Soul Sisters Pakistan and Nadia Gangjee of Sheops are among 115 community leaders of 6,000 applicants from around the globe selected for the program. 

The 115 participants will serve as community leaders in residence, fellows, and youth participants. In excess of 100 fellows and youth participants will be granted up to $50,000 each for their various community efforts. 

Out of the 115 participants, Facebook conceded the job of community leaders in residence to five individuals who will each get up to $1,000,000 in financing to assemble communities. The organization said it will choose the last sum based on a spending proposal from the residents themselves. 

In February, Facebook had declared the activity intended to give financing to individuals building communities on the stage. 

Nadia Gangjee

Nadia started Pakistan's first and most trusted online commercial center for ladies, giving locally established ladies, ladies entrepreneurs and ladies arranged businesses a safe, bespoke stage to start and scale their businesses. 

In its description, her page states, Sheops Facebook community is for ladies to showcase their products, share their stories, discuss tips to scale their businesses and issues they look in business — basically inspire and support each other to develop.

Kanwal Ahmed

In 2013, Kanwal started Soul Sisters Pakistan to give Pakistani ladies a place to share their issues, voice their stories and seek support. 

The community page additionally said that the gathering "has turned into a sans judgment, unopinionated put where ladies can organize as well as find legitimate, budgetary and psychological help". 

Its 78,000+ members have offered back to the community through initiatives such as an embrace a-school program as a team with The Citizens Foundation and tree-planting drives, it included.

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