Zindagi Trust

Our mission is two-part: 1) To provide non-formal primary education through a creative, well-designed curriculum to Pakistan's underprivileged working children, thus empowering them to become responsible citizens as well as readying them for vocational or secondary education. 2) To assist the Government of Pakistan in reforming state schools and curricula so as to bring them at par with the challenges of present time, so that the majority of the country's youth that studies in them can get an equal opportunity at a bright future.

A volunteer visits a Paid to Learn school

A volunteer visits a Paid to Learn school
Photo from Progress Report 'Success Story: Meet Sanaullah' (view small | med | large | orig)

Instant noodles and milk for breakfast!

Instant noodles and milk for breakfast!
Photo from Progress Report 'Updates from the Breakfast Program!' (view small | med | large | orig)

Teachers preparing and serving breakfast

Teachers preparing and serving breakfast
Photo from Progress Report 'Updates from the Breakfast Program!' (view small | med | large | orig)

Tayyaba's academic report card

Tayyaba's academic report card
Photo from Progress Report 'From picking rags to coming first in class!' (view small | med | large | orig)

Tayyaba in class

Tayyaba in class
Photo from Progress Report 'From picking rags to coming first in class!' (view small | med | large | orig)

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