Tuesday, 10 October 2017

A DELIGHTFUL FIELD TRIP EXPERIENCE ORGANIZED FOR THE STUDENTS OF HOPE

Education has, at all times, been the forefront of Hope’s mission. Hope- an educational Ngo in Pakistan proves to be a “ray of light” that has lit up lives of many underprivileged masses of Pakistan. Emphasizing on the most important issue i.e. providing education and propagating welfare of the downtrodden in the society.

Recently 40 students from HOPE school belonging to classes 6, 7 and 8 embarked on a field trip to Maritime Museum under the supervision of four teachers and two representatives of HOPE.


Pakistan Maritime Museum is a naval museum, naval aptitude, and park established in naval land parcel in Karachi, Pakistan. The orientation lobby has been incorporated for the visitors to gather information about the Pakistan Navy by operating easy-to-use touch-activated state-of-the-art computerized Archive Retrieval System. Inside this museum exist numerous sections for instance light house, marine life gallery, maritime history gallery, museum lakes and the whale skeleton.











The students were amazed and ecstatic by the documentary shown to them in the planetarium regarding constellations, planets and the solar system. The field trip ended with distribution of lunch boxes to each of the students. They definitely went home with a treasure of knowledge of the mysteries of the unimaginable universe.

 

 

The whole field trip was sponsored by Target, an American chain, which has in the past collaborated and sponsored copious events.
 

HOPE- an NGO in Pakistan, regularly takes their students for field trips and exhibitions etc. in order to expose them to different experiences and aspects of the world around them as these trips and visits are recognized as important moments in learning.


Dr. Mubina- a child specialist in Karachi, an ardent philanthropist who initiated the HOPE Ngo for primarily imparting knowledge to the uneducated masses and has been extremely successful in this over the past years through the commencement of uncountable hope schools.