Partnership with UNWomen on assessment of economic, social and living conditions of Women Home Based Workers (WHBWs) in Gujranwala Division, along with potential of their integration into the formal economy.
Craft Sector Trainings In Kalasha Valleys with UNESCO – objective to enhance skills, aesthetics, and introduce market linkages to Kalasha artisans.
The Department for International Development is a United Kingdom government department financially aids Kaarvan’s social projects in mobilizing, training and empowering rural communities located in remote villages of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy is a non-profit organization partnered with Kaarvan for social development in Pakistan.
Kaarvan has formed a strategic partnership with Punjab Skills Development Fund (PSDF), a semi-governmental organization that is working towards the Punjab Growth Strategy by providing skills training services all over the province. As an implementation partner Kaarvan contributes to policy formation regarding field practices of community building and skill services.
Mennonite Economic Development Association (MEDA), an international development agency, partnered with Kaarvan in 2008 to run a project in Punjab and KPK, whereby women from low-income, under privileged areas would be capacitated to become economic actors.
HomeNet South Asia, an organization working for home-based workers partnered with Kaarvan in 2012 to train 200 women as micro-entrepreneurs in a yearlong project.
Crescent Textile Mills (Crestex) is a vertically integrated composite textile unit, and engaged in supreme quality manufacturing of yarn, greige/processed fabrics, home textile, and institutional garments. Being one of the largest exporters of home textiles in Pakistan, Crestex partner with Kaarvan to extend its reach to the rural villages. And also further develop hand embroidery designs with the local female artisans.
Consulting with Crescent Bahuman on interventions required for the professional & personal development of female workforce so that they are able to advance in their careers.
Center for Economic Research Pakistan (CERP) is an impact evaluation-focused research center that informs development policy and practice through rigorous socio-economic research. In 2015 Kaarvan partnered with CERP to develop a pioneering market linkages model for rural women.
The British Asian Trust, a premier development organization in the UK, identified Kaarvan Crafts Foundation as a ‘High Impact Organization’ in 2014. Since then a strategic partnership has been established to build Kaarvan’s institutional capacity and create sustainable change together.
Strategic partnership with Samsung for digital literacy training and taking the latest technology to the grassroots level.