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Formal School Network

Currently, HOPE is running five formal schools across Pakistan.



In Chowk Godar, Baseera, DG Khan Road, District Muzaffargarh a Formal school comprising from Class 1 to middle hosts 200 students. In the nearby vicinity there is no educational facility. These children travel daily approximately 5-7 km to reach to the school. Regular classes are held and parents are counseled to send in their children to school.



In the slum areas of Zia Colony, Korangi, Karachi HOPE runs a Formal School and holds morning and evening shift giving free of cost education to around 700 students. Classes from Nursery to Matric are conducted by trained teachers.



Around 400 students obtain free education in Thatta Formal School where classes are held from Nursery to Matric.

Muzaffarabad, AJK:


Presently, HOPE has 2 Formal and 28 Informal Schools in AJK. Some of the schools are till matric while others are Primary Schools. Altogether, there are 750 students enrolled and 36 teachers employed who are educated community girls.

Informal School Network


Informal School System is a rare new concept in Pakistan. HOPE has set up an informal school network in rural areas of Pakistan where young girls within the community are trained to impart education to the children of their community within their own homes.

  • Around 10,000 students enrolled
  • 200 informal schools running all across Pakistan
  • 200 community girls given employment as teachers
  • Free of cost text books, stationery and copies provided by HOPE