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THE CITIZENS FOUNDATION. Education is a right Not a privilege

Mar 26, 2015



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THE CITIZENS FOUNDATION Slide 2 Education is a right Not a privilege Slide 3 Misery Index Population of Pakistan 160,970,000 56% of Pakistanis have never been to school =90,143,200 78% of the rural women havent seen =40,680,300 the inside of a school Pakistan Statistical Yearbook 2008 1998 Population Census of Pakistan Slide 4 64,388,000 children in Pakistan need education Pakistan Statistical Yearbook 2008, 16.1 Population of Pakistan Slide 5 4,000,000 children are added to the population annually Pakistan Statistical Yearbook 2008, 16.2 Population Birth Rate Slide 6 the problem continues to grow Slide 7 Distressed by the dismal state of society in Pakistan in 1995, a group of concerned citizens ventured into the formation of a non- profit company Slide 8 In August 1995, The Citizens Foundation was formed as a company Limited by Guarantee and registered with the Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan Slide 9 Seeing too many small children in the streets of less privileged areas, the directors chose a formal schooling model for TCF Slide 10 Which meant Slide 11 An Academic Block Primary School: 6 to 7 classrooms Secondary School: 10 classrooms + labs Slide 12 Spacious Classrooms Slide 13 Art Rooms Slide 14 Computer Labs (Secondary) Slide 15 Science Laboratories (Secondary) Slide 16 And Play Areas Slide 17 From the first 5 schools in 1996, TCF has now progressed to Slide 18 From the first 5 schools in 1996 has progressed to...... 660 school units nationwide 92,000 students enrolled 50% female enrolment 5,000 all female teachers 7,000+ employment Slide 19 Teacher Training Centres under construction in Karachi & Mansehra Slide 20 TCF Presence Slide 21 TCF Growth Slide 22 TCF Vision Removing barriers of class and privilege to ensure that the citizens of Pakistan may become agents of positive change Slide 23 TCF Mission To bring about an enduring positive change for communities with greatest need through: The power of quality education, enabling moral, spiritual, and intellectual enlightenment and Creating opportunities to improve quality of life Slide 24 TCF Operations Slide 25 TCF has a subsidized monthly school fee*charged to students to instill value in education PKR 200 for primary schools On scholarship, as little as PKR 10 can be paid PKR 300 for secondary schools On scholarship, as little as PKR 20 can be paid *The actual operational costs incurred are PKR 950 per child per month Tuition Fee Slide 26 Operational costs comprise of: Teacher salaries and training Door to door faculty transport Management expenses of the school Central monitoring and evaluation Curriculum planning School utilities Text books and uniforms Slide 27 TCF Teachers Slide 28 TCF Teachers are well qualified, dedicated resources All teachers go through a 120-hours pre-service and 80-hours annual developmental training All teachers are provided door-to-door transport via a school van Slide 29 Faiza Alumni and Teacher Fehmida, born and educated in the extremely rural area of Turbat, Baluchistan, is an exemplary 23 year- old woman, who at this very young age has assumed the position of Principal of TCF Primary Schools in Gwadar. After her parents passed away, she took a decision to move to Gwadar-it wasnt an easy decision but one that has strengthened her. Today she radiates the same strength and resolve which energizes everyone around her! Slide 30 Shumaila & Parveen 37 TCF students have returned to teach at TCF schools Slide 31 Students who have now returned to teach at TCF Schools TCF Awards 2007 Slide 32 TCF Students Slide 33 TCF Matriculation Results 98% of students matriculated successfully Slide 34 TCF Students are. Confident Slide 35 And o Only Participants in Holistic Development Slide 36 Scholarship Winners Standard Chartered Bank Country Manager awarding scholarship to TCF student 1,000 scholarships available to TCF matriculates pursuing higher education with the help of Standard Chartered Slide 37 Achieving Dreams Durdana Rehman, enrolled in one of the leading medical colleges (Fatima Jinnah Medical College) in Lahore, Pakistan Slide 38 Saba Hameed, daughter of a maid and a farmer, secured third position in the Intermediate (grade XI) Exams in all of Lahore Board 2007 Achieving Dreams Slide 39 Anum Fatima, daughter of the maid in her TCF school, is the new entrant to top business school IoBM in Karachi, successfully completed her first year Achieving Dreams Slide 40 TCFs Future Plan.. Slide 41 How you can help Schemes (2009-10)PKR$ Textbooks for one Classroom10,000120 Uniforms for one Classroom10,000120 Support education for one child10,000120 Support a child K.G to grade X110,0001,375 Support a Primary School1,100,00013,750 Support a Secondary School1,900,00023,750 Support a Classroom for ten years2,500,00031,000 Establish a TCF School Unit + 3 Year Support (10-11) 13,500,000169,000 * Detailed proposal will be provided on request Slide 42 Visit us