04 April 2019, Islamabad…
The NGO World (TNW) and Pakistan Institute of Management (PIM) have announced a new cooperation agreement to foster long-term capacity building opportunities, courses, Diploma’s and further develop sharing of information.
The agreement, in the form of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), formalises the mutual interaction and strengthens the existing relationship between The NGO World and Pakistan Institute of Management at the strategic and working level, focusing on the capacity building courses, diploma’s and Trainings.
Pakistan Institute of Management (PIM) is the pioneer of executive development in Pakistan and specializes in the training and development of managers from business and industry. Its primary mission is to serve the growing and complex needs of organizational managers through training, consultancy and research. Since PIM’s inception in 1954, more than 250,000 managers have participated in its courses. PIM provides management training and development in the following areas:
- General Management
- Operations Management
- Project Management
- Human Resource Management
- Quality Management
- Financial Management
- Security & Risk Management
- Marketing Management
- First Line Supervision
- Information technology
- World Class Competitiveness
- Personal Effectiveness
- Languages (Chinese, English, Arabic)
The millstone of The NGO World Foundation (TNW Foundation) was laid down on 20th August 2010 by getting it registered as a non-political, non-profitable, non-sectarian and nongovernmental organization.
“TNW Foundation was established to launch humanitarian, the community felt and demand-driven initiatives for the poorest of the poor and marginalized population of its target areas”.
With the slogan “Live for Others”, TNW is working in various sectors of social well-being including Education, Leadership & Entrepreneurship, Poverty Alleviation, Disaster Management, Economic Empowerment, Peace & Harmony, Disaster Response, Orphan & Widows Support and Capacity Development Programs. There are different innovative sustainable programs which can be replicated as a role model in changing the lives of poor and disadvantaged segments of the society.
Mr. Husnain Gardezi represented PIM and Mr. Atiq Mirza signed MoU from TNW. MoU signing ceremony took place at the PIM Islamabad office.
Both esteemed organizations will make and create a platform for other organizations, individuals and youth to enhance their capacities and keep their skills and knowledge update.