Tuesday, 19 December 2017


HOPE - an educational NGO in Pakistan, strives to eradicate illiteracy in Pakistan. HOPE diligently tries to provide education to all, especially the underprivileged masses. Thus most of HOPE’s programs are focused primarily on the rural and urban slum areas of Pakistan. HOPE extensively works to provide quality education, free of cost to the underprivileged. Under the leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla- child specialist in Karachi, HOPE has broaden its reach towards the masses lining in squalor, mainly focusing on girls to address the deplorable educational and social status of women in many cities of Pakistan.

Among other HOPE- an NGO in Pakistan, educational projects, one of its school located in Zia colony, Karachi, funded by Japanese embassy. The Japanese embassy and HOPE team have a very robust and everlasting bond. Recently the Japanese consulate hosted an exhibition at Pearl Continental Karachi. The Exhibition was designed to display Japan’s culture and lifestyle and thereby to further enhance the friendly relations between the peoples of Japan and Pakistan.
HOPE was invited to this auspicious event along with 30 students of HOPE school Zia colony. These students were accompanied by two representatives of HOPE alongside two teachers of HOPE school.

The event consisted of a number of activities including fancy dress show, documentaries, picture session and to conclude it all a variety of diverse Japanese eatables were offered to the guests which were relished by the elated students.

The event included a wide range of exhibitions to introduce traditional Japanese beauty such as ceramic art, craft and Japanese dolls to showcase the reality of modern Japan such as contemporary art, photography, architecture and designs. This gave an exposure to children to learn about cultures other than their own.