Creativity, ingenuity, and innovation are the keys to success in the evolving global economy. To prepare young people for work and life in the 21st century, educators must cultivate students' creativity says a renowned educationalist Jennifer Henderson.
HOPE has always been supporting activities which bring about the best of its students. Such activities enhance the skills of the students and they feel confident about what they do. This in turn plays an important role in increasing the confidence level of the students and they work hard to hone their skills to compete in this ever evolving world.
Recently students of HOPE took part in a poster making contest. This contest was held by Pakistan-Japan Cultural Association in collaboration with Consulate General of Japan, Karachi and Karachi Metropolitan Corporation at Hotel Avari Towers as part of the Japan Fest 2014. This initiative was held in order to deepen the understanding about Japan among the young generation of Pakistan and promote friendship between Pakistanis and Japanese further. This Poster Contest aimed at giving more exposure to the future leaders of Pakistan to demonstrate their talents and encourage them to express their thoughts clearly through artistic creation.
Students of HOPE, an educational NGO in Pakistan, thoroughly enjoyed taking part in this contest and hope that such events will be organized in future too so that they can show their talent to others around them.
Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla, child specialist in Karachi lauded the efforts of PJCA for arranging such an interactive event where children were able to show cast their creative skills. Dr Mubina Agboatwalla hopes that PJCA will continue to arrange such activities so as to provide learning opportunities to less fortunate children of HOPE schools. She is of the view that such activities enable students to learn new ways of communication with the masses and become innovative individuals of our country.