Tuesday, 6 February 2018

CITY SCHOOL VISITS HOPE ZIA COLONY FORMAL SCHOOL

HOPE- a charity in Pakistan, works for the betterment of the society by providing high quality education. HOPE strives to achieve best possible ways to cater the health and educational requirements of the deprived community in Pakistan. The organization has rendered services to poor masses by giving access to their basic rights.

HOPE- an educational NGO in Pakistan 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.

One of HOPE’s successfully running schools is the HOPE Zia Colony Formal School which is providing world class education to over 500 students. 15 students of City School visited Hope School - Zia Colony along with one of the teachers and distributed 100 books to Montessori students and 100 boxes to the students of grade I and II.













The students of City school were amused to see the charitable work which is being carried out on a daily basis under the supervision of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla- a child specialist in Karachi. Question and answer session was also held where the students of City school got rid of all their queries regarding how HOPE works and how satisfied and privileged the students of Zia colony were to gain free of cost education.


HOPE is an ardent believer in eliminating illiteracy to whatever extent possible and in doing so HOPE diligently tries to provide education to all, especially the underprivileged masses.