HOPE- a charity in Pakistan, has been active in Pakistan since 1997, working in the health sector of Pakistan. The organization is spearheaded by the dynamic leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla – a child specialist inKarachi and continuously strives to improve the health and educational disparity of the deprived community in the country.
Most parents in rural and slum areas are not able to afford school fee, books and uniform for their children. 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. MubinaAgboatwalla - Child Specialist in Karachi. HOPE has 4 formal schools and 200 informal schools in different districts all over Pakistan, serving the underprivileged communities and people of remote areas.
The HOPE schools not only provide free education but extra-curricular activities are also carried out in the school. The students are also taken to field trips and exhibition to increase their exposure to the world and build confidence in them to compete with the children studying in expensive private schools.
In this regard, Dr Mubina Agboatwalla, chairperson of HOPE, accepted an invitation to a seminar on “Community Services” by “DADABHOY INSTITUTE OF HIGHER EDUCATION”. The seminar was held on World Literacy Day, 8th September, 2017 and an MoU was signed with HOPE. According to the MoU, the students of the institute will interact with the underprivileged children studying at HOPE schools. They will hold different interactive sessions with them. This will help the children to communicate with different people and increase their confidence and knowledge.
HOPE always appreciated such initiatives which help the underprivileged children excel in their lives. It is gratifying to know such people still exist in this world who are willing to help the people in need and organizations that are working for the betterment of society.