Educating 2300 child workers in Pakistan

 
$50,785
$49,215
Raised
Remaining
Jun 9, 2010

Project update and interventions

Zindagi Trust having provided primary education to working children in the last 8 years has now expanded the scope where the successful graduates have joined mainstream secondary education.

In this regard Zindagi Trust with the support of donors has developed a program to meet secondary education expenses of those children who have shown good academic performance during their primary education at Trust's I-Am-Paid-To-Learn Schools across Pakistan.

An average total number of 100 PTL schools graduates across Pakistan have started their journey of secondary education in private and government schools at their doorstep.

We are also braced up for our next batch of primary education that starts in July 2010 for which we intend to induct more than 300 working children across Pakistan.

These intentions of making a valuable difference in the lives of working children couldn’t be possible without your kind support and patronage.

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Project Leader

Abdul Haque

CEO
Karachi, Pakistan

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