Mera Maan is committed to “Building Capacities to Build Capacity” of people and organizations. Its birth was inspired in 2005 when the founder and CEO, Shahnaz Kapadia Rahat, lost her 17-year-old son Salman in an earthquake; through a personal tragedy that led to a search for purpose and vision, and ignited the passion to contribute to building a more caring, peaceful and happier world.
Mera Maan offers a range of services to government, private sector and civil society organizations through highly experienced staff and a network of qualified associates, individual and organizations. We provide an end-to-end solution for capacity development programs in over 190 mobilized districts of Pakistan and in certain areas of Afghanistan, Nepal and Bangladesh.
We specialize in designing pilot projects and programs and assisting in their scale-up, developing training curriculum and programs for literate, semi-literate and low-literate target groups, senior and mid-level professionals, as well as grass-roots community members through competency training needs assessment, designing sustainable capacity development interventions, curriculum design, training of trainers, implementing training and monitoring & evaluation.