Nabeela, now 17, is the fruit of endless efforts and hard work of Fatima Memorial Hospital’s Community Outreach Schools for Underprivileged.
Entering the School at Lakhoder as a young student herself, she successfully completed her matriculation from this school with the support of Fatima Memorial Hospital and Donors like you.
Currently she is teaching the students of Class 1 and 2, while pursuing higher education.
She recently underwent a Training of Trainers in a workshop titled, ‘Creating A Happy Classroom’. She was one of the top three Trainers chosen after a presentation in front of a panel of senior academicians.
Her single biggest achievement as she puts it is, ‘Being on the giving end of the rope’.
She knows what it is like to be at the receiving end. She wants to make that experience as memorable, long-lasting and life-altering for her students as it was for her.
She loves the shape of a star, which means so much for a student. Nabeela says, ‘ I remember how earnestly I used to wait for a star on my hand or my notebook. For me it is, to-date, the biggest applaud a teacher can bestow upon her student.’
She further added, ‘Of this workshop, my favourite part was use of star as an incentive. I want to give a star to every student of mine. But I want them to work hard too. I will use different stages of a completed star to tell each student how hard he or she needs to work, to improve and to be awarded a completely formed star.’
‘I am a winner’, she said.
You can help us create more of these stars. Each star like Nabeela will lighten up the sky for hundreds of other Nabeelas, making a change in their lives for better, for good.
In this month of giving, let us all renew our pledge, and help brighten up this world.
We would like to thank you for your continuing support and confidence in our work! Your valuable donations have been crucial in helping us make a great difference in over 1700 children’s lives by sharing happiness, light and tranquility.
Your donations helped us arrange following activities for our children:
Your contribution will help in sustaining the education of outreach children of Pakistan. We look forward to fostering this relationship in the future.
“A teacher affects eternity: he can never tell where his influence stops” … Henry Adams
Adopt a student program had been initiated by FMH with the aim and hope of brightening the future of children through education. Education will not only provide a stable future for these children but will also contribute to the overall development of our country in the long run. Only an educated community can guarantee a prosperous state. The program is running quite successfully. The upcoming activity of the program involve the refresher trainings of the teachers who are part of this educational program.
Students are enjoying the summer vacations and it’s time for their teachers to have a refresher. Free from the hectic class routines, Anjuman-e-Behbood-e-Niswan Itfal (ABNI), the sister concern of the Fatima Memorial System, taking care of all the educational and medical community services has arranged a refresher course of 4 days for the teachers of ABNI schools located in Malikpur, Lakhodair and Nainsukh, the rural communities around Lahore.
During the course, teachers will be trained for the English reading, writing and speaking skills along with the basic training of IT (computer course). For this purpose, special trainers who have hands on experience in their relevant fields have been arranged.
Such session will enable the teachers to polish their skills set which will be reflected to the students. The aim is to prepare the rural communities to abreast the new upcoming challenges. This is all possible because of the generous support of all the donors and supporters as together we can support the education of underprivileged.
“We cannot hold a torch to light another's path without brightening our own” ... Ben Sweetland
Education is a fundamental human right and widespread poverty in Pakistan has deprived thousands of children from this valuable gift. NUR Foundation has been actively involved in providing education to underprivileged children through formal as well as non-formal schools. The focus of this program has not only been on academic education but also on developing students’ mental and physical capacities.
For this reason, we organized funfairs for the students of Malikpur and Lakhodair on November 19 and 26, 2011.Students were given an opportunity to show their talents in a variety of ways, they delivered speeches, sang songs, presented tableaus on national issues and performed different skits.
Similarly, a recreational trip to Sky Land Lahore was arranged on January 7, 2012 .A total of 1550 students were provided transport, food and tickets on discounted rates by the Nur Foundation. Students were extremely excited about this trip. Lunch was served at one o clock.This trip was not just arranged for recreational purposes, students learnt how to move about in a group as a team member, they learnt discipline and on top of it all, they got a chance to experience new things around them. This type of opportunity is not less than a blessing for those who can not afford.
It would not have been possible without the generous donations of our supporters. These schools have now been expanded and are catering to an increasing number of needy children. Thank you for giving the gift of Education to children who could only dream of being educated due to financial limitations.
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