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For over 28 years. CARE has endeavoured to play a part in shaping Pakistan’s future through quality education, Starting with one school catering to 250 children in 1988, CARE currently operates 888 campuses all across the country.

We are educating over 285,000 students and providing scholarships to over 700 high achievers annually. Without the support of our generous donors and well-wishers, these achievements would have not been possible. We are immensely grateful for your unending patronage.

Although the road ahead is long and uncertain, we aim to spread our network of CARE till every child in the coun- try has access to quality education. Join us in this noble cause to eradicate illiteracy and fight poverty. Only then can we rally towards an enlightened future

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Educational Emergency

During the flood relief of 1988 our founder identified the lack of an educational system and proper schools in rural areas of Punjab.

CARE Foundation

During the flood relief of 1988 our founder identified the lack of an educational system and proper schools in rural areas of Punjab.

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Impact

Today CARE is providing quality education to 285,000 children with 888 schools under its wing nationwide. Our vision is to facilitate children in getting their right to good quality education.

Public Private Partnership

In 1998 CARE foundation was applauded by the government for our achievements. To improve educational standards on a larger scale the government asked us to take over the operations of public schools as well.

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Transforming Public Schools

CARE transformed the adopted schools by setting our tried and tested curriculum, building necessary structures such as libraries, labs, toilets etc. and assigning our own staff to the faculty.

Programs

We have managed to improve thousands of lives over the years by bringing good quality education to the underprivileged children.

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Care Purpose-built Schools

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Care Adopted Schools

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Purpose Built Schools

CARE foundation owns several schools across Pakistan, which are located in remote parts of the country. Our aim is to expand our network across the country and help every underprivileged child reach high-quality education. The schools are built on donated land, teachers are appointed on merit, and we actively participate in school’s day-to-day operations and management.

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CARE Adopted School

Adopting government schools, CARE implements high academic standards that are at par with other CARE Purpose Built Schools. We have achieved a 400% enrollment increase, a 10% decrease in dropouts, and double shifts in 100+ schools. We also pay expenses for urgent infrastructure needs: Boundary walls, computer labs, science labs, and libraries. We want our students to learn in an environment that enhances their academic experience.

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Our Programs

CARE Foundation is offering a number of programs that not just help our students but the teachers as well to improve their skills and creativity in the classroom and outside.

Slide Creativity, culture and education (CCE) Creativity, Culture and Education (CCE) was started in 2015 to encourage creativity and critical thinking in classrooms by integrating arts into different subjects that children study in schools. Currently the program is being run in 75 schools. Slide Access to English Language The Access to English Language Program was launched in 2004 with the objective of developing communication skills of children to provide them an opportunity to compete equally in the world. The program has grown exponentially over the years and is currently being run in 280 CARE schools, benefitting over 15,000 students across Pakistan. Slide STEM Program The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) program was launched in 2018 to give students a hands-on and interactive experience of the practical aspects of various STEM disciplines such as, Aerodynamics, Botany and Robotics. Slide Lead to Succeed - Mentorship Sessions The Lead to Succeed was started in 2017 to enable students to gain exposure and awareness about various career-paths. The program brings individuals from well-known local corporations and multinationals to the classroom, for interactive sessions and in-depth discussions. Slide CARE Scholarship Program CARE established a scholarship program in 2001 to provide financial assistance to the bright and deserving CARE students who wanted to pursue higher education. The program provides funds for tuition fees, books, stationery, examination fee and transport/ hostel expenses. CARE awards 1000 scholarships annually. Graduating from the some of the country’s most well-known universities, this program has been a life-changing initiative for countless families whose children have gone on to become doctors, engineers, bankers and so on. Slide Teacher Training Program CARE has its own teacher-training center that was established to ensure regular teacher training programs. The training enables teachers to follow high quality teaching and learning practices in their respective schools.

Success Stories

Know More Rabia Ashiq Hailing from a modest background, I attended the CARE adopted school. During one of my inter-board games, I was approached and selected by coaches from WAPDA. That brought me the opportunity to compete in national & international sports festivals. Know More Muhammad Ali Coming out of tough circumstances after my father’s death, I became part of the CARE foundation’s Access to English Language Program. As a result, I became a professional trainer & succeeded in teaching as many as fifty trainees almost twice as old as me! Know More Muaviya Zaki I completed my matriculation from CARE Adopted Government Girls High School. During my days as a student, I was exposed to a learning environment that played a pivotal role in my personality development and this exposure lead my way to secure a job in a multinational company. Dr Farah Azam Know More After acing my matric exams, I was lucky enough to be able to receive full scholarships from CARE to complete my intermediate and later, enrolled into a 5-year MBBS program at Fatima Jinnah Medical University. I just knew that I wanted to be a doctor for the rest of my life.
Hashim Malik As a graduate of CARE adopted Govt. School I was among 5 outstanding students from CARE who visited Japan. In our tour we participated in the Sakura High School Exchange Program which was focused on Science and Technology based activities. Know More Fatima Mehmood I graduated from CARE Adopted CDG Girls High School, Singhpura. Later, I joined Nespak in 2013, where I got to work as a Junior Expert in the Geotechnical Engineering Division. Currently, I am serving University of Engineering & Technology as a lecturer.
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Dr. Muhammad Azam I completed my matriculation from CARE-I High School in Iqbal Town, District Sheikhupura in 1998. I went on to pursue my MBBS from King Edward Medical College, Lahore on a CARE scholarship. Later, I joined Mayo Hospital as a doctor and rose to the position of Registrar. Know More Mubashir Rashid My father was forced to get me admitted in a government school, because of tough financial circumstances. CARE scholarship paved my way for admission in the BS.IT program at Punjab University, landing me a job as a software engineer. Know More Siddique Akbar Things were hand-to-mouth for me for a long time. I didn’t have money for course books, taught private tuitions, walked eight miles to get to my academy. CARE provided me with a scholarship, which enabled me to complete my final year of Engineering and go on to a job and career. Know More Kamal Ahmed I did my matriculation from CARE -1 High School in Iqbal Town, District Sheikhupura. With the help of CARE’s Scholarship Program, I completed my M.Sc. in Chemistry from GCU. I have worked at DESCON, Servis, and Unilever as a Quality Assurance Officer and have recently launched my own firm by the name of Hygiene Professionals. Know More

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We aim to create opportunities for more children and remove illiteracy by building more schools all over Pakistan; but we cannot do this without your help.

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News & Events

Dive into the latest national news in which we’re featured and the events we’ve participated in.

Bayer Partnership

Announcing the partnership between CARE Foundation and Bayer Pakistan! Bayer’s core competencies are in health care, nutrition and high

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Harvard Panel Selection

CARE Access program graduate, Hamza Ibrahim, has been selected to attend the Asian International Relations conference at Harvard University

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CARE Students at #YLES2017

This week, our students from CARE adopted Charrar & Qainchi participated in the 2017 Young Entrepreneurial Summit organized by

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