Edkasa meticulously recruit top-quality teaching talent and train them in best practices for online teaching Aurat Raaj is a chatbot that uses human expertise and artificial intelligence to answer questions girls and women have about their health, hygiene and safety. Orenda is an ed-tech startup that aims to make education addictive and relevant for young children. Their award winning curriculum is taught through cartoons, reinforced through play-based learning, and tested by assessments. Roamer is an on-demand car rental community where travelers can rent any car they want, whenever, wherever and for any duration, from a vibrant community of local car owners. Roamer is an on-demand car rental community where travelers can rent any car they want, whenever, wherever and for any duration, from a vibrant community of local car owners. The Madhatters is a female-led travel company in Pakistan that aims to make adventure & travel accessible, safe & easy Milk’Op is a for-profit social enterprise that organizes, finances, and supports small dairy farmers in Pakistan. Milk’Op aims to both provide income generation opportunities for these small farmers and create a fully integrated modern dairy value chain in the country. The Reading Room Project (RRP) curates education technology content to supplement education in low-income classrooms in Pakistan. RRP is recently completed their pilot with primary and secondary school students in a slum in Karachi, Pakistan, curating content and facilitating learning in an innovative environment Queno is an educational platform that aims to build an e-communication bond between schools and parents. Through the platform, parents can keep an eye on their children’s progress and watch for updates in real time on their mobile phones. Blue Saint aims to preserve, modernize and showcase Pakistan’s cultural crafts to an international audience via an e-shop and focus on our female artisans. NutriNysa launched Raise D’Bar, Pakistan’s first locally-sourced all-natural organic nutrition bars. Ingredients for Raise D’Bars are sourced from low-income farmers in Pakistan’s northern areas (Gilgit-Baltisan).