WOICE Team Bari Imam arranged the Certificate Distribution Ceremony on the completion of three months Sewing Course. 9 students completed the course. It is the 3rd Batch that has
Women's Ownership intellectual Collaboration & Empowerment
Status of WOICE
WOICE will operate as a non-profit organization (NPO) and non-governmental organization (NGO) in Pakistan.
To reap maximum benefits through collaboration of all the participating segments of society with an objective of achieving emancipation of Women.
We are committed to building a peaceful and harmonious environment offering conducive conditions for development of skills & successful women for the society.
WOICE (Women Ownership Intellectual Collaboration & Empowerment) is a non-profit organization founded by Minhaj ul Quran Women League. Under the galvanizing leadership of Dr. Muhammad Tahir ul Qadri, WOICE aims to reap maximum benefits through collaboration of all the participating segments of society with an objective of empowering women through skill development, guarding women against all obstacles in their social and economic life and help them to achieve a respectful status in society.
WOICE Vision Statement
WOICE envisions empowerment of women by providing them skills, exposure and mentorship to develop them into socially aware and¬¬¬ influential member of a society.
WOICE Team held a meeting to discuss and plan to hold a workshop to promote awareness about physical activities and self-defense among young girls and women. The head of Atif
WOICE Team Jehlum arranged the Certificate Distribution Ceremony on the completion of the English Language Course. The 20 days language course was organized by WOICE Team
From the platform of MWL Karachi, Team WOICE and MSM Sisters Karachi’s Socio Welfare Society a delegation comprise of President MWL Karachi Ms. Nusrat Rana Dar, Ms. Tooba
What People say about us?
"Our traditional discourse has always been endeavored to justify that women are not eligible to contribute in political matters of state or work outside the home. But they seldom raise voices against this cruelty & injustice."
"Female literacy rate is 45% against male literacy rate is 69%. The education in Pakistan shows a bleak picture especially in Baluchistan."