The partnering organization included the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX), Women on Board, International Finance Corporation, UN Women, and the Pakistan Institute of Corporate Governance (PICG).
foodpanda encourages and supports females across all channels
Muntaqa Peracha, interim CEO, members from the HomeChef team, and foodpanda’s HomeChef Atiqa Zaeem from Mrs. Zaeem’s Kitchen was also present at the ceremony promote gender equality for a sustainable tomorrow.
Sharing his views on how foodpanda is working towards empowering women, Muntaqa Peracha said, “food pandas vision is to enable economic empowerment in the country, and our HomeChef vertical is the first step towards making this happen. foodpanda encourages and supports females across all channels, and Atiqa Zaeem, one of our HomeChefs, is a prime example of how females can earn from home and achieve financial stability. We envision to celebrate many such examples in the future.”
Through its movements catering to women empowerment, including the first female rider, Rubab Jumani, foodpanda has created various economic opportunities for home-based chefs. Food pandas collaboration with PSX highlighted the company’s objective to make society a place where a woman can sustain herself financially by switching her dreams to a mode of earning.