For the past three years, Khud Initiative has been tackling Pakistan's education crises via self-learning and project based learning. So far we have transformed the lives of over 400 underprivileged children. And by the end of 2019, we plan to have another 500 underprivileged kids graduate from our digital program. Now our team is focusing on enabling these kids by incubating their ideas and mini-startups.
In our first effort, we had a group of young women who had zero digital literacy. That went on to successfully build a Pakistani fashion website, garnering about 150,000 page views.
So far, Khud has launched 2 mini-startups. First, a group of 5 young women are building an automation blog that aggregates the best stories on Artificial Intelligence, Data and Robotics. They have amassed 2400 twitter followers and the website has received 13,000 page views.
Our second startup has 6 young women who are working towards establishing their own digital design agency. With a revenue of $750, they are close to breaking even.
We are very excited to see what these "mini-startups" can achieve and help Khud become a sustainable non-profit!