Islamabad—Federal Minister of State and Chairperson, Benazir Income Support Programme (BISP) Marvi Memon has urged the youth to come forward with innovative entrepreneurial ideas and join hands with BISP to boost the handicraft work of its beneficiaries through the E-Commerce.
She was addressing the students and faculty at Quaid-i-Azam University here on Wednesday. Chairperson BISP briefed the audience about the scheme “E-Commerce” that has been launched to empower the women economically.
She said through new scheme the beneficiaries would send their handicraft work to local office of BISP. The staff would take the picture of work and displayed it on the webpage of BISP. She said local handicraft would be showcased to enable women to earn their livelihood in a better manner.
Chairperson BISP asked the students to help the vulnerable and poor by adding value to their products. A large number of students, faculty and staff attended the ceremony.