Aysh Khan

Joined Sep 2015
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About Me

I am a middle class girl from Pakistan. I love education since childhood. I am elder sister in my family. My father died when I was 13 years old. So getting education and job was very tough for me because of lack of resources and no references.

But I kept hard working, got BBA(Hons) degree and Masters in Political Science degree from Punjab University. After doing a lot of hard work, today I am HR Manager at one of the biggest Car Dealing company in Pakistan. With that, I write for World Pulse as I am a big fan of Information technology and I want a positive use of this technology for women.

I believe " If you are consistent and keep working for what you want for yourself and for the things which seem impossible, all the elements in the world start working towards making it happen for you. Just believe in yourself and never stop for anyone or anything, I repeat, never ever. Keep going.. !!"

My Vision

My vision is a society which is free from discrimination, poverty and uneducated people where everyone feel secure and empowered.

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Interests

Education EqualityEmpowering GirlsGender-based ViolenceHuman Rights for WomenWomen in LeadershipWomen in Technology

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Aysh Khan loved LA NOUVELLE TECHNOLOGIE BONNE ACTIVITÉS DU CENTRE MAMA SHUJAA Jul 26 Aysh Khan commented on Identifying Street Harassment Jul 26 Aysh Khan commented on falsa modernidade: seculo 21 atrasado Jul 26 Aysh Khan loved Shadow of darkness Jul 26 Aysh Khan loved Would that! Jul 26 Aysh Khan loved Her scent Jul 26 Aysh Khan loved Technology and my impact in menstrual health, activism in women's empowerment and media/publicity work in rural development and social justice Jul 26 Aysh Khan loved YOUTH ON A LESSER TRODDEN PATH Jul 26 Aysh Khan loved MENSTRUAL HYGIENE MANAGEMENT SECTOR THROUGH THE YEARS Jul 26 Aysh Khan loved How was it like to celebrate International Menstrual Hygiene Day during the pandemic and lockdown? Jul 26 Aysh Khan loved May God make more fathers like you, papa Jul 26 Aysh Khan commented on She was Born to Fly - More power to Girls- International Women Day Mar 06, 2019 Aysh Khan loved She was Born to Fly - More power to Girls- International Women Day Mar 06, 2019 Aysh Khan commented on KENYA: The Day I Was Cut Apr 06, 2018 Aysh Khan commented on You Cannot Shame Me for Choosing to Dream Mar 12, 2018 Aysh Khan commented on Feelings After my Second Trip to Pakistan Mar 08, 2018 Aysh Khan commented on PAKISTAN: I Fought for My Education Nov 08, 2017 Aysh Khan commented on Zero Tolerance for All types of Harassment Nov 06, 2017 Aysh Khan commented on CAMEROON: My Father Has Dementia. Let's End the Stigma. Nov 03, 2017 Aysh Khan commented on Dear Media, Be the voice of voiceless Nov 03, 2017 Aysh Khan commented on Because when you empower a woman, you empower a nation Oct 30, 2017 Aysh Khan commented on NOT IN THE NAME OF LOVE. Oct 10, 2017 Aysh Khan commented on PEACEFUL CHANGEMAKERS- WOMEN & NATURE Oct 10, 2017 Aysh Khan commented on Because it’s always her fault. Oct 10, 2017 Aysh Khan commented on Pakistan: There is no honour in killing Oct 10, 2017 Aysh Khan commented on Troubled Waters Oct 07, 2017 Aysh Khan loved PAKISTAN: My Father, My Hero Oct 07, 2017 Aysh Khan commented on Helping women hired and trained Sep 26, 2017 Aysh Khan commented on Prehistoric vision of gender in medicine Sep 16, 2017 Aysh Khan commented on Healing Trauma and Social Justice: Ending Gender Based Violence MARCH FOR BLACK WOMEN! Sep 16, 2017 Aysh Khan commented on SUCCESSS STORY Sep 16, 2017 Aysh Khan loved SUCCESSS STORY Sep 16, 2017 Aysh Khan loved Fate of the United States Hinges on Connection to Women Globally Aug 19, 2017