Muslim Care has been endeavouring to promote quality education for the deprived communities in Pakistan since 2004.
Muslim Care has been involved in the promotion of quality education for the deprived communities In Punjab and KPK provinces, Pakistan. We helped to create 30 Self Sustainable Community based Primary Schools for 1500 children of deprived communities in villages of northern Punjab and KPK provinces, with the most valuable help of an Islamabad based NGO named CHIP.
To improve the standard of Education in Pakistan, Muslim Care was involved in providing teacher training in Tehsil Sohawa of District Jhelum, Pakistan. We helped eight local teachers to complete a 13 month post-graduation teacher training diploma course.
In developing and maintaining self-sufficiency and financial independence for women in local communities, Muslim Care has supported the provision of vocational training for 40 ladies in rural Pakistan in addition to providing them with Sewing Machines.
Working with the local community in Dalhar Durgamal, Sohawa Jehlum, Pakistan, Muslim Care built a brand new school, named as Sir Syed Community Based School, after the great Muslim pioneer educationist Sir Syed, the founder of Aligarh Muslim University in Pak-Indo subcontinent. This is a real Community Project as Local community provided land. Valuable support from our local partner CHIP ensured the project was successfully completed.