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Originally published at Dawn.com Recent times have seen something momentous happen in the realm of social media in Pakistan. A game changer I suppose it can be called, as never before has such an opportunity been made available to the young and hopeful entrepreneurs of Pakistan. I am speaking of the launch of the P@sha… Read More »
“The scale of the flood disaster in Pakistan is staggering. One has to acknowledge that there is a significant gap between needs and the response that can be mounted, even by all humanitarian organisations taken together.” – ICRC. “Scale of Pakistan Flood Crisis is Unimaginable.” – UNICEF. Suggestion: Select 480p mode (after clicking play icon)… Read More »
Destination Pakistan Click the image (above) to launch a photo tour of Pakistan. Presentation Pakistan Click the image (above) to launch a slide-based presentation on Pakistan. People of Pakistan Suggestion: Select 480p mode (after clicking play icon) for an enhanced viewing experience.
If your applied sciences cannot make tangible contributions to the economy, you’re just dreaming about the benefits of higher education.
Dear all, I have come to know that some non-functional government schools in rural areas of Punjab are taken over by Punjab Education Foundation (PEF). Now PEF is allotting these schools to different NGOs (working in education sector) and persons (experienced educators). As a registered NGO and exactly matching to the requirement of PEF, I… Read More »
Last year more than 100 foreign delegations and governments visited Helsinki, hoping to learn the secret of their schools’ success. In 2006, Finland’s pupils scored the highest average results in science and reading in the whole of the developed world. In the OECD’s exams for 15 year-olds, known as PISA, they also came second in… Read More »
Educating the poor is more than just a numbers game, says Shukla Bose. She tells the story of her groundbreaking Parikrma Humanity Foundation, which brings hope to India’s slums by looking past the daunting statistics and focusing on treating each child as an individual.
Kiran Bir Sethi shows how her groundbreaking Riverside School in India teaches kids life’s most valuable lesson: “I can.” Watch her students take local issues into their own hands, lead other young people, even educate their parents.
Educating Pakistan’s Poorest from International Reporting Project on Vimeo. http://www.internationalreportingproject.org/stories/detail/1431/