Watch: Pakistani-Canadian business tycoon Aziz Rakla launches his own business education platform for youth

Rakla recently made headlines after he donated Rs. 10 million to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s special COVID-19 fund.

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Aziz Rakla, a successful businessman and a philanthropist, strongly believes in giving back to the community. He has been supporting education for underprivileged children in Pakistan and sponsors several TCF schools. He also supports a hospital in a low-income area of Karachi which provides free healthcare to those who cannot afford it.

Additionally, Mr. Rakla has come up with rules for success in employment and business based on his extensive and successful job and business experiences in three countries. He formed a social organization: Uplift All.

Its aim is to inform people regarding the rules for success in business and employment, to achieve success in life. These rules are based on the 3H Principles – Honesty, Hard work, Humanity.

He has developed videos, as a public service message, to convey the rules for success in business and employment. Here, have a look:


Introductory Video:


Rules for Employers:


Rules for Employees:


Who is Aziz Rakla?

Mr. Aziz Rakla is known for his affiliation with The Citizens Foundation (TCF), Canada. The foundation, to which he served as president to as well, works to empower underprivileged children in Pakistan.

While voluntarily serving as the president of the TCF, Rakla successfully built a network of volunteers across Canada and achieved special charity status in the country.

Rakla recently made headlines after he donated Rs. 10 million to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s special COVID-19 fund. PM established the fund and requested people, especially the overseas Pakistanis, to donate.

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  • Hats off and salute to this kind of people wel deserve to have fame and everything,wonderful gesture to have heart for people’s deprived and well below poverty


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