Pakistan Education Statistics
Hope for the Future
HOPE's Education Network

HOPE has been implementing innovative solutions to the educational crisis facing Pakistan through its network of formal and informal (home) schools.  HOPE’s educational system consists of three formal schools and 180 informal schools scattered throughout Pakistan.  Combined there are almost 10,000 students enrolled, 80 percent of whom are girls who otherwise face many barriers to attaining an education.

 3 Formal Schools

HOPE has established three formal schools throughout Pakistan which provide 1,270 students a quality education to high school levels:

  • Free or nominal cost tuition

  • Free or nominal cost books and supplies

  • Free or nominal cost uniforms

  • Qualified and certified teachers

  • State-approved curriculum

 180 Informal (home) Schools

HOPE has implemented the novel approach of informal, or home schools in rural and remote areas of Pakistan.  Currently, HOPE’s informal school network consists of 35 home schools dotted throughout Azad Kashmir (mountainous terrain) and 145 home schools in rural Karachi, interior Sindh, Thatta, Badin, and Sanghar (rural areas).  Altogether, 8,380 students are enrolled in HOPE’s home schools and 80 percent of those are girls who otherwise face many challenges to obtaining an education.

  • Home schooling serves as a practical and cost-effective solution to the educational barriers in remote and impoverished areas in Pakistan.

  • Free or nominal cost tuition

  • Free or nominal cost books and supplies

  • Free or nominal cost uniforms

  • Qualified and certified teachers

  • State-approved curriculum

 

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