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Corporate Volunteerism in Pakistan – A Research Report

By : Nazish Shekha & Shahzad Hooda for : Triple Bottom-Line (TBL), Pakistan June 2016 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The National Volunteer Programme (NVP) has been launched by Triple Bottom-Line with a vision to ‘strive for a just and prosperous society in which the marginalized will emerge from distress through the caring support of other, more privileged [...]

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What motivates volunteering? Insights by a corporate volunteer

The Editorial Team at TBL recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Ms. Zoya Altaf, a full time PR and Communications professional. We are thankful to her for taking time out of her busy schedule and sharing with us her thoughts about the importance of volunteering and the impact it has had in her [...]

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HEALTH LITERACY; a tool for patient’s empowerment

Health literacy is important for an individual to keep track of his/her health because it majorly impacts the health outcomes. In a community the health prospects of its population depends upon the cognitive awareness about health information. Individuals with low health literacy may not be able to manage their health and are more prone to [...]

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Women empowerment and corporate responsibility

The 18th century Genevan philosopher, writer and composer, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, in his classic treatise The Social Contract, stated “Man is born free, and everywhere he is in chains.” While the word ‘man’ in Rousseau’s famous quotation refers of course to human beings of both genders, what is more true today is that women are born [...]

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