On Our Radar

A round up of everything on our radar this week

November 28, 2020

The Listener

Pakistan’s first premium mental health helpline service offers online therapy with a team that consists of only qualified psychologists and therapists is now available at affordable prices. They are available 24/7! Not only that but you can even get one free 25 minute session. A 45 minute session costs only Rs800. You can register a session for yourself, as a couple or for your child needing therapy. Say bye bye to stress, anxiety, depression and other mental health issues. For more details log onto: www.thelistener.pk/

Down Syndrome Club

Down Syndrome Club Pakistan is a youth-based registered trust, working towards helping build better lives for individuals with Down Syndrome. Down Syndrome Club offers educational, therapeutic and vocational programmes to the children and individuals; counselling and social support to their families and carry out various awareness campaigns to advocate for an inclusive community. For more details log onto: www.instagram.com/downsyndromeclub/

Little Pineapple

Little Pineapple is a small start-up business producing locally handmade clothes for children. Their collection includes a variety of eastern and western attire including nightwear. Their recently launched Mummy & Me pajama and dress series is one to check out! For more details log onto: www.instagram.com/littlepineappleclothing/

Raja Pot Works

Raja Pot Works is a page run by a father son duo. Raja Farrukh Nazir is a NCA graduate who did his majors in product design amazing wheel- thrown ceramic pots and plates. Each piece is a labour of love and passion for art. Spruce up any space with their fine statement pieces. For more details log onto: www.instagram.com/rajapotworks/

Wax Works by Anum Aqeel

Wax Works by Anum Aqeel offers premium handmade wood wicks candles with 100% imported soy wax. Their mission is to provide best quality eco-friendly candles. On every purchase of candle, a meal is donated to poor people. “Let’s fight for hunger and poverty.” For more details log onto: www.instagram.com/waxworksbyanumaqeel


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