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Education
  • Building up of schools for the poor and marginalized segments of rural Southern Punjab, including the orphaned, abandoned and homeless children (girls and boys)
    1. Preparatory
    2. Primary
    3. Elementary (optional at this time)
    4. Secondary (optional at this time)
    5. Area selection for school construction
    6. School construction
  • Fundraising for the schools establishment and management
    1. Sponsor a school
    2. Sponsor a child
    3. Donations from local philanthropists
    4. Others
  • Hiring of teachers (female and male) and Principal
  • Enrollment of poor and marginalized girl and boy children
  • Starting running the school
  • Forming the parents-teachers’ association or school management committee
  • others

All academic education institutions are the responsibility of the provincial governments. The federal government mostly assists in curriculum development, accreditation and some financing of research.

The literacy rate ranges from 72.38% in Islamabad to 10.37% in the Musakhel District. Between 2000—2004, Pakistanis in the age group 55–64 had a literacy rate of almost 30%, those aged between 45–54 had a literacy rate of nearly 40%, those between 25–34 had a literacy rate of 50%, and those aged 15–24 had a literacy rate of more than 60%. These data indicate that, with every passing generation, the literacy rate in Pakistan is rising by around 10%.A significant contribution to education is made by the hundreds of schools operated by the Catholic Board of Education, the education arm of the Roman Catholic Church in Pakistan, which is disproportionate to the size of the Christian community
As a percentage of GDP, Pakistan spends only 2.9% of it on Education. However, the government recently approved the new national education policy, which would result in education being allocated 7% of the GDP. An idea, first suggested by the Punjab government. The government plans to raise the literacy rate to 85% by 2015. In accordance with the target set by the Millennium Development Goals for Pakistan.

1951 Census: One who can read a clear print in any language. 16.4%
b) 1961 Census: One who is able to read with understanding a simple letter in any language. 16.3%
c) 1972 Census: One who is able to read and write in some language with understanding. 21.7%
d) 1981 Census: One who can read newspaper and write a simple letter 26.2% According to UNESCO report the literacy rate in Pakistan was 8 percent in 1984
e) 1998 Census: One who can read a newspaper and write a simple letter, in any language. 43.9%
The present (2008) projected literacy rate for Pakistan is 56% (male 69% : female 44%

Local Govt depends upon the fund which are being provided by provincial govt in the regions.Here according to analysis US and UK Aid spending a lot of funds to improve the litracy rate in the country.Pakistan is islamic country and other source of funding in islamic education in pakistan is Arabic countries.About more than 56 % Religious instituation are opertin with support of such funding position.

Due to underdeveloped country in the world, here poors community are living the life with out basic needs and education learning vision is so far from them.In south Punjab region,the economic situation is so bad as compare to other regions in punjab.In this area there are lot of opportunities to improve the education in concerns community,Local Govt now made a plan regarding Free Education in villages , towns till primary level.Current PPP govt stopped the scholarship policy by HEC.

In Pakistan mostly NGO,s are working in this sector ,but for last three years NGO,s trends are going to NWFP and Quetta Province.Hasaan Foundation in south punjab,pakistan support the poors children in Education phase and will sustain the spirit in the mission of public / community service.

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