AMENA


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AMENAAddress Mark Enable after Synchronization
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Amena Humayun Mian, Mutawallia, Hamdard (Waqf) Pakistan.
Amena said to further promote and encourage freelancing in Pakistan, the Ministry of IT and Telecom through Ignite has launched the Digiskills.pk programme which is designed to build a talent and skill pool of Pakistanis to become global employees.
Amena Baig is the CEO and Partner of Legacy Smart Employment Services.
The Asia, Middle East and North Africa (AMENA) zone reported an increase of 17 per cent in profit and 7 per cent in volume growth in the food/snacks and 2 per cent in beverages, PepsiCo said in its third quarter report for 2018.
Leader of PTI and former member of GB legislative Assembly, Amena Ansari while talking to this scribe said 'I extend my special thanks to the people of Pakistan who showed their confidence in PTI'.
Amena Khan made headlines earlier this year when she stepped down from a L'Oreal campaign due to tweets she posted in 2014.
Beauty and lifestyle blogger Amena Khan - Photo courtesy of Amena's official Instagram account CAIRO - 25 January 2018: Amena Khan, British beauty blogger and L'Oreal's first hijab-wearing model, has stepped down from the new L'Oreal ad campaign amid criticism and backlash regarding some of her old tweets from 2014.
But what has been called the "hounding out" of hijabi model Amena Khan is precisely a sign that the game has not changed.
British model Amena Khan, who had been chosen by L'Oreal to appear in an advertising campaign in Britain, has pulled out over accusations she made anti-Israeli comments in a series of old tweets.
Amena Khan, who started wearing a headscarf when she was in her twenties, (http://www.vogue.co.uk/article/loreal-paris-elvive-campaign-amena-khan) said in an interview with (http://www.vogue.co.uk/article/loreal-paris-elvive-campaign-amena-khan) Vogue (http://www.vogue.co.uk/article/loreal-paris-elvive-campaign-amena-khan) United Kingdom that this new campaign shows that L'OrAaAaAeA@al is valui the women in the campaign for their voices. 
Signers include pastors, professors, heads of parachurch organizations, and popular authors and speakers such as Jen Hatmaker, Rachel Held Evans, Ann Voskamp, Amena Brown and Helen Lee.