HOPE-An NGO in Pakistan, tries to dismantle the deep roots of illiteracy which accounts for around half of the problems our country is facing today. The underprivileged masses have unfairly succumbed to poverty which doesn’t allow them to get accustomed to education. HOPE plans to establish a network of schools which provide free and quality education and helps students build an armor of confidence which allows them to hang onto their dreams and pursue it. Thus, most of HOPE’s programs are focused primarily on the rural and urban slum areas of Pakistan.
HOPE School Zia Colony accommodates approximately 610 students who constantly prove their potential by their outstanding academic performances throughout the year and also secure brilliant results in their board examinations. HOPE-An Educational NGO in Pakistan arranges annual functions to celebrate their success which encourages them to increase their potentials. HOPE School Zia Colony students not only excel in the sports competitions but also at the academic competitions like Olympiads of all subjects, essay writing competitions, debate competitions and many more.
Annual Day is a celebration of the achievements of our students whole year round. The awards were presented to the outstanding students in academics. There is nothing more encouraging than an award or a trophy that one can carry back home. It is a reminder to a person of the efforts he or she had put in consistently to win it.
HOPE School Zia Colony students participated to put together an extraordinary show for the audience to enjoy. The children performed on various activities like a musical drama based on the life of army men, folk dance, as well as other popular songs and HOPE anthem. The children showcased their talents and ability to confidently perform on stage. Their performance set the stage on fire. Especially the musical drama based on the life of a soldier melted the hearts of audience igniting the spirit of patriotism. Their performances proved if given a chance to be creative and to channelize their energies constructively they are ready to do better than anyone. Not only HOPE School Zia Colony students showcased their talents but special performances were also made by HOPE School Thatta students which doubled the fun and enjoyment. These students came all the way from Thatta to participate in the event. Sulaiman Agboatwalla who likes to spend time with these students and participate with them, also mesmerized the audience with a melodious tune he played on piano.
Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla-A Child Specialist in Karachi ended the fun filled evening with adding a vote of thanks to the principal and teachers who have burnt the candle at both the ends and brought this fabulous event together. She thanked the chief guests, Mr. & Mrs. Amjad and Dr. & Mrs. Jamil who have been kind on HOPE, to have taken out their precious time to grace this occasion. Their interest in the function throughout the evening was commendable.