ENCOURAGE    EDUCATE    ENABLE

Changing the dynamics of a society is a hard call, but we’re doing it anyway.

Our Big Idea

Founded by a fiercely determined woman in the year 2009, Women’s Digital League is a leading social enterprise that aims to address complex economic challenges faced by the women of Pakistan. Starting from a trend-setting platform connecting a global clientele to an agency of talented and competent women offering digital services, today, we train literate Pakistani women who are unemployed or ...

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Though women constitute 49% of Pakistan's population, they constitute only 24% of the labour force!

Women Empowered

Trainings and Workshops Conducted

Cities Impacted

Our Projects

At Women’s Digital League, we truly believe that women deserve to have access to resources for gaining financial independence. We understand the power of collaboration and are open to working together with other social enterprises, organizations and foundations with a similar vision for more gender equity. We have previously worked with other social organizations to plan and deliver a wide range of projects which make a difference to the lives of women.

Women’s Digital League has broadened my horizons by opening a virtual door to a world of limitless opportunities.

Darakshan - Certified Chartered Account

Ever since I joined WDL, I have been able to work on Adobe Photoshop, blog development and Google analytics. Thanks to WDL, I was appointed as a content writer on the Facebook group “Pakistan Freelancers”. Currently I’m hired on UpWork as an Urdu Translator

Tahra Imtiaz - MBA Islamic Banking

I joined the WDL training program, which was really informative and helpful. I learnt many new things, such as how to learn money online, and it also improved my computer skills. I have earned my first $20 dollars in my online work and that is very motivating for me and my fellow trainees. It was a great experience with WDL. They are doing a great job and I’m thankful to them!

Nimra Asif - Bsc Computer Science

I am a social activist and a social entrepreneur. I decided to attend WDL’s training because I am an international student and due to the language barrier (Austria), I wasn’t able to do any job over there. I was aware of all the topics in the training, but I wanted to polish my skills. I am now motivated to start working as a freelancer!

Sapna Hayat - Social Entrepreneur

Our Approach

Our approach is imperative to making the best version of women. It all starts with providing them with the right skills, and they are out conquering the world on their own:

Tailor-Made Curriculum

Plan according to participant need

Review

Test post-knowledge

Training

Conduct skill building

Mentorship

Give guidance for achieving goals

Iterate

Refine training with feedback

Guide Opportunities

Help discover new work