SCO celebrates Int’l Women’s Day

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Observer Report
Islamabad

“Special Communications Organization (SCO) cele-brated the International Women’s Day with full zeal and fervor.

Special events were organized at the SCO Headquarters as well as at Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJ&K) and Gilgit Baltistan (GB) to mark the International Women’s Day.

SCO has a strong commitment to diversity and women empowerment, both within its own organi-zation and within the communities in which it serves.

As an organization, SCO believes that hav-ing a diverse workforce is the key to foster innova-tion and nurture an environment which is gender inclusive.

The organization takes pride in being an equal op-portunity employer, which empowers females on all levels of hierarchy.

SCO has appointed several women in leadership positions in Marketing, Digi-tal/ IT, Call Center and continually developing ini-tiatives that support financial inclusion especially for women through S-Paisa.

SCO women empowerment initiatives are also aimed at achieving gender equality in the society to act, lead, develop, and succeed.

Making talented women of the area as their brand ambassadors, in-cluding Samina Baig, mountaineer and Maryam Mujtaba, the first female pilot from Azad Kashmir, are excellent examples of this.

SCO plays a vital role in creating opportunities for women and leading them to achieve their goals.

To name a few, SCO has sponsored Samina Baig, Paki-stan’s first Muslim female mountaineer for her up-coming K-2 expedition 2021.