DHAMAL Group was formed on the basis of a partnership between 5 women who attended the Business Incubation Program for Women Home-based Workers. This partnership took place in the premises of the IBA Main Campus where 5 aspiring women entrepreneurs decided to take a leap of faith and start their own Beauty Salon. read more.
Farzana Abdul Latif
Farzana Abdul Latif belongs to a lower socioeconomic background and resides in Korangi. She has acquired an education level of Grade 5 and works as a domestic help in various households. read more.
'I had never dreamt of setting up my own salon. When I joined the USAID Business Incubation Program for Women Home-Based Workers, I surveyed the market and realized that the services offered read more.
Asma Sarfaraz never thought she would set up a business that deals in Desi and Continental cuisine. However, her financial conditions prompted her to pursue this path as she always liked experimenting with contemporary desserts and savory food items. read more.
Omaima Noor, aged 20, was always known in her friends and family for her artistic flair. However, she never thought that she could make revenue by simply pouring her heart out into paintings. read more.
Tayyaba belongs to a family of 3 sisters and a 1 brother and recently completed her Diploma in garments and beauty services from the Vocational Training Institute (Buffer zone). She is one of the youngest participants that joined the Business Incubation Program for Women Home-based Workers for her entrepreneurial. read more.
Sarwat Ahmed is a housewife who earns for her family by providing stitching and tailoring services to customers in her neighborhood and from friends and family. She has been stitching from home since the past 12 years and her main source of income has come from clients who give her bulk orders on occasions such as weddings, Eid etc. read more.