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January 10, 2018

Evaluation Visit of Japan Embassy’s Official

Mr. Shiotsuka Kun (delegate from Embassy of Japan) visited different Government Schools reconstructed by Friends Pakistan / KnK Japan during first phase (2010-2013) in last week […]
January 10, 2018

IMPOSSIBLE-Take A Child to School project has been started

Friends Pakistan with the financial support of British Council and strategic partners “FREE AND FAIR ELECTION NETWORK” (FAFEN), School of Leadership Foundation (SOLF) and Children’s Global […]
January 10, 2018

Meeting with Edu Dept KP

Friends Pakistan meeting with the official of Education Department KP held on 19/12/17 at Education Secretariat Peshawar. ED Mr. Javed Iqbal along with other official of […]
January 10, 2018

Reconstruction of Four Government Schools is in Progress in Dist Mansehra

Since March 2010, Friends Pakistan and KnK Japan with the collaboration of ERRA & Education Dept KP have been implementing Schools Reconstruction Program in KP & […]
January 10, 2018

Construction of the Girls High Secondary School Jabargali has been initiated

Union Council Jabber Devli is located in hilly terrain of District Mansehra. As this area is located in very difficult hilly terrain, there is a scarcity […]
January 3, 2018

School Reconstruction Program – District Mansehra & AJK

Earthquake of 2005 caused massive damage to education sector in District Mansehra & AJK. Sixty seven percent (67%) of educational infrastructure was severely affected in term […]
January 3, 2018

Support in Access to Girls Education

Girls’ educational attainment in Pakistan lags behind the level of attainment of boys. This is seen in literacy levels and school enrolment figures, which reveal that […]
January 3, 2018

Take A Child to School

Pakistan faces educational crises of unprecedented proportions with nearly twenty five million children are out of school according to report of AlifAilan. Amongst this population of […]
December 21, 2017

Support in Access to Girls Education

Girls’ educational attainment in Pakistan lags behind the level of attainment of boys. This is seen in literacy levels and school enrolment figures, which reveal that […]