About Us


At Bin Anwer our mission is to contribute to the economic development of the country through empowering men, women and disable

BIN ANWER’S Business Model

Our business model revolves around our belief to be a leading service provider in delivery of cost effective services in livelihoods, TVET and Engineering solutions


At Bin Anwer, the company derives its strengths from its staff and consultants who have extensive experience in the designing and implementing development programs in areas of
1. Entrepreneurship and Livelihoods;
2. TVET;
3. Engineering Solutions;
4. Material Development and Printing Services;


The staff and consultants pool through which we operate is very diverse in expertise and geographic presence across Pakistan. The scale and scope of its assignments are spread across the country with a particular edge of strong resource base in KPK and Sindh.


Trocaire, Team Leader, July 2016 – July 2017: Training Interpreter and Facilitator’ to transform training material in local language and support the SASA Training process, livelihoods opportunities for disabled and Strengthening Enterprise and Vocational Trainings’ Service for GBV Survivors Challenging GBV Program.

Trocaire, Team Leader, Mar 2015 – June 2016:
Completed several assignments with Trocaire Pakistan on issues such as strengthening Vocational and Enterprise Trainings’ Service for GBV Survivors Challenging GBV Program.

Save the Children France, March 2015: SIF is implementing a sustainable nutritional component helping the slum inhabitants of district Islamabad with the objective being to improve the livelihood of the most vulnerable families. We conducted poultry and enterprise training for 400 entrepreneurs of Save the Children France to become more productive, more profitable and more responsive to changing conditions in the field of poultry farming.

Concern Worldwide, Mapping of TVET services in Baluchistan: Market Survey, Mapping and capacity assessment of service providers: The study focused on understanding the skills needs in 3-4 employment sectors with sub- sectors in three districts of Baluchistan to identify the potential partners and collaborators from 20 service providers, and determine the capacities in relation to curriculum, duration, certification, training facilities, output etc.

World Bank- AREDP Afghanistan, Dec 2011- October 2012, Process improvement and technology development trainings: AREDP, funded by the World Bank in Afghanistan. Consultant provided services as TVET Consultant to develop technology based process improvement system for those SMEs and producers who are facing quality, production capacity and technology issues in the field of potato chips production, poultry farming and marble processing.

Empowerment for Creative Integration (ECI), Consultant Enterprise Development, Apr 2005-May 2006: Assisted in designing and implementation of three years Enterprise Activist Program for local pool of Enterprise Activists. Conducted Business Development Training for POs of ECI.
Conducted exhibitions for the promotion of Small and Medium Enterprises, designed and conducted skills training with assistance of Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) providers.

The Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF), Aug 2001 to Mar 2005 (HID) TVET: Supported in determining the needs and advising partners in business development including marketing, finance, management, credit and enterprise creation through research and experiences. Assist the partner organizations (POs) in designing and running specific management and technical training programs (TVET). Linkages with business departments. Conducted two 30-days Enterprise Development program (EDP) training to trainers for POs to trickle down to communities.

Pak Swiss SSEP Program ,1994 to 2001, Pakistan: SME Development including TVET, Working in Rawalpindi, Mingora and Peshawar to alleviate poverty through development of MSEs on sustainable basis, performed several duties including: supported and supervised assessing and analyzing needs of partners and strengthen them for the effective delivery of BDS to micro level.