We owe our education program’s success to our generous supporters and well-wishers. Today we are educating almost 400 students in our two schools. To provide quality education, we come up with curriculum enhancements, updating and upscaling our education program. Our teacher trainings address the specific needs of underserved students by using innovative teaching methods. In August, the teachers participated in ongoing professional development sessions, enhancing their teaching skills and pedagogical approaches. This has resulted in improved classroom instruction and student engagement. Our first term exams in September show positive trends in student performance, with a 15% increase in the number of students achieving grade-level proficiency in core subjects.
Community engagement and awareness campaigns are used to encourage parents to send their children to school and support their education. Increased participation in parent-teacher meetings has strengthened the bond between the schools and the community. Though these schools, we aim to uplift communities by providing an inclusive education.
Moqah Foundation is grateful to its partners, donors and the local community for their unwavering support. Together we remain committed to our mission of fostering educational opportunities for all children in these underserved areas.
Recognizing the fact that Digital marketing is one of the most sought after industries right now as it offers a wide range of possibilities to everyone and anyone and as the economy is turning more on the digital side, it is one of the best career options, with many job opportunities available.
We are excited to announce that Moqah Foundation with the support of group of donors will be educating students in marketing products through digital media
This course is being designed as part of summer camp and is open to teachers, students and girls/ women from the local community. We are incredibly grateful to our donors for their partnership in creating a brighter future for all.
The school area, Bhara Kahu is one of the worst affected by water shortages. Incorporating climate action in the curriculum and educating school children about the importance of saving water is crucial in fostering a sustainable mindset. As a part of the campaign, the teachers helped children understand the concept of global crisis and emphasized that every individual has a role to play in water preservation. Having created posters showcasing the importance of saving water, the students are now spreading awareness in their communities, campaigning for water conservation in the face of water scarcity.
Thank you, everyone for your trust and commitment to Moqah Foundation. We consider donors like you as an essential part of our organization. Together we can create meaningful change and improve the lives of countless individuals
We believe that the start of new year is the best time to help children focus on exploring interests and develop a sense of purpose. As the schools reopened in January after the winter break, children started the first school day by making New Year resolutions. It was great to see them creating and promising to attain goals! From promising to brush their teeth twice a day, to reading books every day, to performing one act of kindness every week, to learning new vocabulary word daily and so on, it was a fun and bonding activity.
This school session also marks the final academic quarter with revisions and preparations for Final Exams in March.
We are grateful to all those who are part of our community and generously donated to our Winter Warmth Appeal in November, since temperatures go down to nearly freezing point in December and January, and vulnerable children are most affected in our schools, we collect sweaters or donations for the school children. Thank you so much, your donations in response to our appeal give hope and warmth to these children.
Many thanks to our generous donor too for sending loads of books to school!
As students came back for the new academic session after the summer break in August, the country was hit by catastrophic floods, killing approximately 1400 people- one third of them children - and impacted at least 33 million people leaving nearly 220,000 destroyed houses and half a million more badly damaged. Apart from other losses, the education infrastructure has been damaged badly. The massive floods have fully or partially destroyed over 23,000 schools, hampering the education of at least 3.5 million students.
On September 15, Moqah Foundation brought together students, teachers and guest speakers on how climate-informed education can positively transform communities. The speakers illuminated solutions on how to control climate change in Pakistan and shared solutions for climate change's impact on the region. The students pledged to play their part to control pollution to help control climate change.
As always, Teachers Day was celebrated with enthusiasm. Students acknowledged the contribution of their teachers. Students also show their affection to their favourite teachers in the form of cards, and speeches.
All your donations to Moqah Foundation go towards educating the most deserving children. Our students hail from disadvantaged communities where we serve. Thank you for giving them the gift of education!
The annual result day, June 6 2022 marked the end of academic year (2021-2022). It was a comparatively longer session this year as the children were given an extra two months for revision and to make up for the missed time in the previous session due to school closures because of Covid-19. The children were awarded according to their performance, a day of happiness and joy for them and also a day of pride for the parents of students. A number of activities and events were organized for students and the session was concluded by a memorable result day.
The occasion was lit up by an amazing decoration, done by teachers. The students’ excitement was unmatched receiving shields, gifts, certificates and goody bags.
All the students were congratulated for their hard earned result, while parents appreciated the teachers for their tireless efforts and expert guidance, who in return thanked the parents for their trust and support.
With the Education Department announcing the annual summer vacation, the school will remain closed till August 22, 2022.
We thank our donors for their support and for helping us create a better life for the children through education.
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