Majida Fehmi is the youngest female social worker belongs from Hunza valley, She is the founder and CEO of “YES WE CAN” Organization.
We luckily got chance to take interview with Majida Fehmi couple of weeks ago about her humble beginning, she elaborated the problems faced in the initial stages, she said the time was so tough but the constantly work and her determination brought her at peak in the social work.
“YES WE CAN” is non-profitable organization which helping hundreds of street children to get involve with education, Although the startup is new but now working in many fields such as patients welfare, sex education to get avoid from social harassment and bring hope to the young segment of society.
The origination mostly working on self help with the devotion of time and knowledge of hundred of volunteers members across Pakistan. Some times the organization also get mini donations from different NGO’s but the founder Majida Fehmi is so serious with her work so they keep moving, keep growing by facing many obstacles. The committed team is hope for new generation.
Majida Fehmi also nominated for International Child piece award in 2017, which was great achievement in this age, the work has been done for street child education highly appreciated by global leaders.
In Pakistan there are estimated to be 1.5 million child deprived from education. The organization mission is to educated them as they can support and as you can help them through the organization by giving your input in the form of time, finance , books, and volunteer work.
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The organization is also working to preserve nature , the team YESWECAN planted hundred of plants in this year in different part and cities of Pakistan.
Where many NGO’s fail to access and achieve there goal with much finance, there “YESWECAN” team works on huge scale on their own effort. This is real inspiration for organizations as well as for young youth, who want to put forward them selves in there own field with hope.
“Nothing is Impossible”