PSDF and Zong 4G’s successful training equips 10,000 youths with professional freelancing skills

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Zong 4G, Pakistan’s leading telecommunications provider, has achieved another milestone in its partnership with Punjab Skills Development Fund (PSDF). The partnership has enabled Zong 4G to provide e-learning opportunities to 10,000 students through a customised course called “How to e-lance.” This course has given students and recent graduates the tools they needed to launch successful freelance careers on reputable websites like Fiverr and Upwork.

Thanks to the collaboration between Zong 4G and PSDF, 10,000 promising and underprivileged students in Pakistan have been given access to e-education opportunities. PSDF is a non-profit organisation that helps people and organisations improve their employability by offering skills training and support.

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The official spokesperson of Zong 4G expressed their pride in achieving this milestone with their partner PSDF. Digital learning is a vital part of their mission to use technology to empower people and communities. They believe that 10,000 deserving students in Pakistan now have access to critical knowledge that can support them in launching their freelance careers. This, in their opinion, will contribute to the development of a more sustainable and inclusive digital economy.

Head of Marketing and Communications at PSDF, Akbar Hussain, explained that the freelancing economy is thriving globally and it was imperative to offer Pakistani youth the chance to develop their skillsets so they can benefit from this and access income-generating opportunities.

Zong 4G is dedicated to giving Pakistani students access to e-learning opportunities and assisting in the growth of the nation’s digital economy. PSDF, with its expertise in skill development, was the ideal partner to support Zong 4G in realizing this objective.

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