ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister's Youth Programme and Careem Pakistan have agreed to collaborate to extend Careem’s employment services to the maximum number of youth.
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Muhammad Usman Dar, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Youth Affairs held a meeting with Mr. Junaid Iqbal, Managing Director Careem Networks Pakistan to explore the possibility of mutual cooperation for creating employment opportunities for youth in online market place. pic.twitter.com/Si11YaIaXh
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The decision was taken during a meeting held between Muhammad Usman Dar, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Youth Affairs and Junaid Iqbal, the Managing Director Careem Pakistan, a press release said.
The aim of the meeting was to explore the possibility of mutual cooperation to create employment opportunities for youth in the online market place. It would not only empower them economically but would also contribute significantly towards their social uplift.
Muhammad Usman Dar appreciated the efforts of Careem Pakistan in providing not only affordable and quality transportation services, but also for their role in creating decent employment opportunities for the youth in all major cities of Pakistan.
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Recently, Mudassir Sheikha, co-founder, and CEO of the company was the only Pakistani to make Bloomberg’s top 50 list for 2018. The company has more than 1 million drivers in the Middle East and Northern Africa allowing customers to book not just cars but also bikes, rickshaws, and boats.
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