Tuesday, 30 December 2014
Tuesday, 23 December 2014
HOPE’s Muzaffarabad Schools : Gifts of Books & Stationery And Pouches of Sweets for Students of HOPE’s Muzaffarabad Schools.
As in the past, Fahim’s Schooling System, finding out about the forthcoming visit of the Chairperson and accompanying staff to all HOPE’s Schools in Azad Jammu & Kashmir, once again very magnanimously stepped forward with a welcome helping hand by donating books, stationery in the form of coloring books and coloring pencils and also with pouches containing candy and sweets for the children of HOPE’s AJK schools.
HOPE, an educational NGO in Pakistanhttp://hope-ngo.com/Education/NorthernPakistanHomeSchools.aspx , in an effort to eradicate illiteracy has set up formal, semi formal and home schools to regions as diverse and far flung as Muzaffargarh, southern Punjab and to the very far northern reaches of Pakistan, the mountains of Azad Jammu & Kashmir. And each year HOPE’s related workers and Chairperson make a visit to the farthest schools to evaluate the functioning, quality and efficiency of each individual school.
HOPE, an educational NGO in Pakistan , has a strong and last bond with Fahim’s Schooling Systems and as always appreciates the support and assistance provided by them.
As always Dr Mubina Agboatwalla, Chairperson of HOPE and child specialist inKarachi has been the driving force in setting up these schools and in ensuring they are successfully and efficiently run - which is why these schools have been so popular in the areas where they have been established and enrollment of students have been increasing constantly.
Dr Mubina Agboatwalla, Chairperson of HOPE and child specialist inKarachi has always maintained that the education provided to the children of HOPE’s home schools should be of excellent quality and all reading materials, such as books etc are all free of cost.
Tuesday, 16 December 2014
Monday, 8 December 2014
Tuesday, 2 December 2014
HOPE’s Zia Colony Hospital & School: Visited By Students Of Liaquat College Of Medicine And Dentistry.
Students of Liaquat College Of Medicine & Dentistry visted HOPE’s Zia Colony Hospital to get a feel of how an NGO manages and runs a Hospital with such efficiency. HOPE is a health oriented NGO in Pakistan and has several hospitals in the slum, underprivileged areas of Karachi and HOPE’s Zia Colony Hospital is one of them. Though small in size, this hospital has a very substantial turnover of patients annually – specifically catering to the urgent needs of maternal and child health care covering a very large area where such facilities are otherwise nonexistent. Other larger, distant facilities are not accessible to the low-income residents of such areas.
For the students this visit was an eye-opener as they witnessed the full functioning of a very busy hospital. They visited all the departments and met admitted patients and OPD patients and interviewed them for their records. Dr Abida , the administrator, made all arrangements including appraising them of HOPE’s history as a Health oriented NGO in Pakistan and showed them visuals of HOPE’s other establishments.
The students also visited HOPE’s Secondary School located in the same vicinity where Mrs Ayesha, the school principal and administrator greeted them and showed them around all the classes including the computer and chemistry laboratories. HOPE is also an education oriented NGO in Pakistan and runs several secondary schools not just in Karachi but also in Thatta and Muzaffargarh, Southern Punjab. Hope an education oriented NGO in Pakistan, also runs as many as 200 home schools spread over many areas of Karachi’s slums, mostly on the very outskirts of the city where schools virtually don’t exist. HOPE’s schools do not just exist in Karachi or Sindh but a network of such schools are spread right into the very north of Pakistan - into Azad Jammu & Kashmir.
As always Dr Mubina Agboatwalla, Chairperson of HOPE and child specialist in Karachi has been the driving force in setting up these schools and in ensuring they are successfully and efficiently run - which is why these schools have been so popular in the areas where they have been established and enrollment of students have been increasing constantly.
At the same time very much In keeping with HOPE’s traditions , Dr Mubina Agboatwalla, Chairperson of HOPE and child specialist in Karachi, strives harder with the passing of time to provide as much quality health assistance to the general masses as possible.