At a press conference held at Telenor Pakistan’s head office, the two winners shared details of their projects. Fariha Ambreen spoke about her project 'Recycle Paper to Provide Notebooks to Schools for Under Privileged Children' while Abdul Haq Mohiuddin gave details about his project 'Donate Rs100 from your Monthly Salary to Make Education Possible for Street Children'. The two will work with project consultants and auditors Earnest and Young.
Talking about the Karo Mumkin projects, Usman Javaid, Director Marketing Telenor Pakistan said:
“Telenor Pakistan is providing the funds, the means and the tools needed for the projects to reach completion with the confidence that they will benefit the people of Pakistan. It has been a fulfilling journey and I am sure the spirit will inspire others to launch similar initiatives.”Fariha Ambreen, one of the project owners, said:
“It has been a gratifying experience to work on the project with Telenor Pakistan. I am in talks with 50-plus organizations which will become collection points for waste paper; I have already spoken with a premium packaging company in Lahore to convert the waste paper into notebooks. I am now looking at schools where the notebooks will be provided. I am excited at being able to turn my idea in reality. Although we have not reached our destination yet but we are certainly on our way.”Abdul Haq Mohiuddin, the other project owner, said:
To implement their ideas, the two winners will establish NGO’s with the names ‘Sabz’ and ‘Edvolution’. The hope is that these eventually become self-sustaining. Telenor Pakistan representatives will act as advisory members on the Board of Trustees.
Telenor Pakistan's Karo Mumkin show began airing in July 2010 and was designed to enable people to turn a patriotic idea into reality. The Karo Mumkin show asked audiences to send in their ideas by responding to the question ‘Where Do You See Pakistan in the Future?’ Over 24,000 ideas were received of which two were selected by a jury panel.