Another brick in the wall…this time it’s rock solid We are stunned because of our lad make ourselves proud. Hope is a good thing but you should have consistency along with your hard work. These guys are an epitome of uphill battle who list themselves in Forbes 30 Under 30 List 2018.
Despite it being rich in raw resources thus far Pakistan is a developing country with limited development in every era due to the problems it faces. From the last 10 years, extremism is increasing whereas terrorism is vindicated, women rights are mainstream as well as border conflicts dominated by headlines.
Whatever happens in the world it is almost understood even before investigations that it will have a link with Pakistan. Moreover, Pakistanis have many more potential and inspirational stories that don’t bloom up.
Forbes: Youth without youth
Secondly, the youth of our nation is full of talent in all aspects. Our youth representation is about more than 60% of the population. Pakistan is six largest growing population where people have hurdles to achieve their goals. Our youth has, time and again, demonstrated to the world that Pakistan refuses to be overlooked in any aspect, be it education, sports, IT, acting or even video games!
Recently, 9 Pakistanis embossed themselves in Forbes 30 Under 30 List 2018.
Let’s check how much their game is strong.
Music Resonate Social Issues
25-year-old Engineer, mathematician, and musician, overnight fame caught by Momina Mustehsan after her debut performance on Coke Studio. Her rendition of “Afreen Afreen” was heart melting and became the most viewed Youtube video of Pakistan. The voice resonated in this way that she becomes Pakistan’s biggest media influencer. She talks about issues like cyberbullying and depression.
However, She recently featured in NowThis campaign covering the array of feminism in Pakistan. She spoke out: “Do we hate our women? I don’t think so. In fact, Pakistan has more women representation in government than the U.S., and we have twice elected a female head of state. Empowering women in Pakistan would mean raising them equal to boys, providing them the same education, giving them the same job opportunities, equal wages and equal respect.”
Girls can code
A country like Pakistan where education is just an extravagant thing for girls. Sadia Bashir, 29-year-old wanted to break an enigma where girls can’t code. The video game industry is a predominantly male arena, with its lead male protagonists, developers, and an invisible motto “boys design for boys”. She ambushed into the male-industry of video game production. She cofounded Pixel Art Games Academy where she is working in design.
“At PixelArts Games Academy we will offer hybrid training courses in virtual collaboration with internationally qualified professors. These training courses will coach the students on how to efficiently develop games” said by Sadia.
Additionally, Her program tries to address the significant gender gap in the game industry by maintaining a minimum 33% ratio of women, hoping to inspire women in Pakistan to dream bigger. similarly, she’s also created scholarships for women who want to learn video game development within her academy.
Some of the technology Savvy are making something out of the box for healthcare. Muhammad Asad Raza and Abrahim Shah, both 24, are vital signs launched a startup Neurostic. This venture aims to provide prosthetic services; low cost and high-quality wearable and implantable medical devices for the developing world as well as to those have minute access to rehabilitation facilities, such as Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, and Syria.
Pakistan is currently ranked 122 out of 190 countries in healthcare as per World Health Organization(WHO). Despite significant improvements over the past decades. However, the deficiency in human resource and skills shows a drastic impact on health. Neurostic aims Bridging the gap in healthcare comprise of clinical decision support, active, fitness and healthcare monitoring, and data analytics for healthcare application.
The theory of everything
Sometimes age is just a number when you talk about Muhammad Shaheer Niazi, 17 is already a recognized scientist. He research on electric honeycomb was recently published in the Royal Society Open Science journal. The teenager was the first to photograph the movement of ions, capturing the charged ions that create the honeycomb. While that might sound hell craziest like crazistan.
Business is Bommin’
E-commerce magnate band of brothers, Adnan Shaffi, 28, and Adeel Shaffi, 29, launched a platform of price comparison for electronics in second and third-tier cities in Pakistan like Faisalabad, Multan, Hyderabad, Abbottabad etc named PriceOye. The platform born in 2015.
In the meanwhile, PriceOye focused to provide the optimum price of electronics in Pakistan which is 20% more expensive than first-tier cities. Therefore, the platform uses data analytics to provide marketing information to retailers while finding the best deal for consumers.
Entrepreneur: We live in public
Imagine you are living in Oklahoma and craving for halal meat you have to take 5-6 hour journey to Texas for a stack of meat. Just like in Pakistan, you have to walk few hours a day in search of clean drinking water. These problems like water scarcity are facing everyone in Pakistan, especially villages.
Around 30 million people are drinking unclean water which spread various diseases. The entrepreneur Hamza Farrukh, founder of Bondh E Shams (Droplets of the Sun). His vision is to provide clean water through his Solar Water Project in the most poorly connected areas of Pakistan.
The project has set up two solar-powered wells — the first ever of its kind — to supply clean water to 1,500 residents of a small village in Pakistan. One pump can supply clean water to some 5,000 people every day. The 24-year-old is a graduate of Williams College and the University of Oxford. He works as a portfolio solutions strategist with Goldman Sachs in London.
Another gem Of Pakistan, Syed Faizan Hussain, a 23-year-old founder of a non-profit Perihelion Systems. Elon Musk of Pakistan, Faizan is operating a multitude of projects simultaneously. He is saying hello to the future with the integration of technology for the betterment of lives of many.
Some of Perihelion’s products include Edu-Aid, a sign language translating software; One Health, a disease surveillance and tracking system used to predict outbreaks and alert health institutions to expedite intervention; Glove Gauge, wearable technology to facilitate professional production processes such as measurements; POOL-IT, Resource sharing carpooling application; and CAM DRAW, 3D paintbrush enabled with computer vision to draw in 3D space using any physical object.
Eventually, someone considers us we are really proud of our youth. Nowadays, there is a wave of feminism in the whole world. So, I list them first in order to get safe from feminism instead of getting hashtags #MeriListMeriMarzi. Crazistan is really excited like Lieutenant Colonel Frank, in this achievement we say WOHA!!!
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