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Introducing myself and my journal: to develop or not to develop..that is the question.....


About Me:
I am The CEO of R Vision media solutions pakistan.WE are a one stop shop for media design stratergies and programming.
i am media professional/master trainer/teacher, actor and passion is my work i would like to believe i am a visionary and an out of the box thinker. issues concerning women are closest to my heat and my work is designed around creative ways of resolving issues that hinder societies from developing through media and education.

My Passions:

My Challenges:
existing development stratergies , dence people

My Vision for the Future:
healthy ethical peacefull and balanced world

My Areas of Expertise:
gender health human rights and media and leadership

This story was written for World Pulse’s Girls Transform the World Digital Action Campaign.

World Pulse believes that women's stories, recommendations, and collective rising leadership can—and will—bring girls greater access to education which will transform their lives, their families, and communities. The Girls Transform Campaign elicits insightful content from young women on the ground, strengthens their confidence as women, and ensures that influencers and powerful institutions hear their stories.
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philo Ikonya Gacheri's picture

outside the box...

Simi Raheal,

It feels like I have met that profile somewhere. I think similarities. I would like you to be my friend and also to try and find solutions for women and other outside the box... so, let's share ?


"Communication is the real work of leadership" Nitin Nohria

Corine Milano's picture


Simi, it's so wonderful to see an influx of women and men from Pakistan on PulseWire! It's truly a joy to connect with so many working in the areas of gender and human rights.

I would like to invite you to join two group discussions that are taking place on PulseWire right now. One is called the Pakistan Cafe, for men and women to discuss Pakistan specifically—your hopes, your dreams, your work, your visions for the future. You can find that group here:

The other is a group focused specifically on the Kashmir region. World Pulse is bringing together Pakistani, Indian, and Kashmiri women and men to share their stories and hopes for the future of one of the longest running conflicts in world history. I hope you will consider sharing your story and dialoguing across borders. That group is here:

I have also added you to my community—I hope you will accept my request!

Thanks so much, and again, lovely to meet you!

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