Education is a neglected field in Pakistan and data shows that primary school enrollment is very low in Pakistan. In addition nearly 30% of children drop out from the 3rd class on-wards. Generally parents cannot afford to send their children to school. Parents with five to six children cannot afford school fees, books and uniforms.
HOPE- an educational NGO in Pakistan has been a precursor in providing free and quality education within its means to eradicate illiteracy in Pakistan, under the leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla- child specialist in Karachi. HOPE has 4 formal schools and 200 informal schools in different districts all over Pakistan serving underprivileged communities and people of remote areas.
As previously mentioned, that HOPE- an NGO in Pakistan has joined hands with Sindh Education Foundation in order to provide free and quality education to the underprivileged masses belonging to the remote areas of Sindh.
Adding to these efforts HOPE has setup a temporary school for the children of Badin to avoid gaps between children’s education. Meanwhile, HOPE has been trying hard to benefit as many children as possible from this program by enrolling them in this school. For such purpose HOPE has adopted many advertising methods to get attention from the locals. In addition, HOPE has initiated construction of Middle and High school at Khorwa Chok- Badin district.
The children that will be enrolled in HOPE Middle and High School will receive quality education at free of cost which will be equal to the urban education. This will help children to compete with confidence and meet the market demands. Eventually, by taking such initiative HOPE-a educational NGO in Pakistan in brightening the future of each children come across the way of HOPE’s efforts.