KPS teachers line up for an interactive activity. An interactive balloon activity to promote empathy KPS teachers intently listening to the counsellor. Teachers from SMB attending the workshop.

Zindagi Trust

Org #1540
Vetted since 2009 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
2002
year founded
$217,032
raised on GlobalGiving
11
years fundraising
2
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

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.

Project Leaders
Sana Kazmi
Sana Kazmi
Faiq Ahmed
Faiq Ahmed
Manish Kazmi
Manish Kazmi
Ali Aftab Ghias
Ali Aftab Ghias
Team
Abdul Haque, Muhammad Asif, Zara Hasnain, Haroon Burney, Sana Kazmi
Organization Information
94C Haji Abdul Razzak Janu St. Faran Housing Society
Karachi, Sindh 74800
Pakistan
92-21-34125614-6
Organization Information
94C Haji Abdul Razzak Janu St. Faran Housing Society
Karachi, Sindh 74800
Pakistan
92-21-34125614-6

Project Reports

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Feb 19, 2021
Encouraging social and emotional mindfulness
After an initial reopening in October, November 2020 saw our schools being closed down again, with our teachers still coming to school (as per government directives) and students coming in small...
Jan 15, 2021
Art in the time of COVID 19
Since our last update, the COVID 19 pandemic has continued to make life uncertain for the children in our adopted government girls schools of SMB Fatima Jinnah Government Girls School (SMB) and...
Dec 28, 2020
Our Caretakers in the New Normal
“The children come and tell me they miss coming to school and breakfast meals, and I miss feeding them.” Jamna. You may remember Jamna from our last email about her, her daughter and the...
 
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