Project information

Sponsor a Child

Securing funding to send 1,000 children to school in the remote areas of north West Pakistan

April 2017 - August 2025

Charity information: Abaseen Foundation

Abaseen Foundation
  • Need

    Need

    Improve the current literacy rate of 3% for girls and 16% for boys.
    Increase the life expectancy from 38 years.

    Solution

    Provision of quality education.
    Some of the children are born in bonded labour on brick kilns and work in extremely dangerous conditions, though education we hope they will have more career options than labouring on a brick kiln.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    Educate illiterate children

    Activities

    » Provision of education in our two schools

    Children graduating with good grades


  • Impact

    Impact

    Move from poverty through education and employment to a better life
    Monitor the achievements f the children through school and afterwards

    Risk

    The security situation. We have been operating for 20 years in this area and have risk management in place which has been successful so far.

    Reporting

    We provide reports 6 monthly to donors about the individual children that they sponsor.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £32,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £32,000 School fee for 1000 children Includes school fee and capital for such things as furniture and transport

    Current Funding / Pledges

    Source Amount
    H Bingley £4,000 Guaranteed
    A Mister £4,000 Guaranteed
    I Munshi £4,000 Guaranteed
    A Hussain £4,000 Guaranteed
  • Background

    Location

    The rural areas of North West Pakistan, extremely deprived area, literacy rates are as low as 3%

    Beneficiaries

    1000 children and their families at any on time

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    We have been working successfully in the area with these people for 20 years

    Read more about the Charity running this project.

    People

    Helen Bingley

    CEO UK

    Professor Mukhtiar Zaman

    CEO Pakistan