Standard Chartered celebrated one year of ‘Goal’ in Pakistan, which is its leading education programme that provides financial literacy, life skills and employability training to low-income adolescent girls across its footprint.
The programme was first launched in April 2016, and since then the Bank has reached a total of 2447 beneficiaries through seven schools in Lyari.
Have a look at the video uploaded by Standard Chartered, where they talked about their achievement:
The CEO of Standard Chartered talked about ‘Goal in Pakistan’ in detail – which is a global programme. The idea was to bring forward sports and life skill training, and also giving girls the opportunity to come forward and showcase their skills.