CARE Club is an extracurricular program that gives our students a chance to hone their skills in creative specialties outside of the classroom. CARE Club is only open to CARE students. Program activities include:
- Public speaking
The UK based Creativity, Culture and Education (CCE) foundation uses art and culture to improve the quality of education in schools. CCE has been collaborating with CARE since 2015. Artists in Pakistan work with teachers to bring a unique form of teaching to the classroom. Together, we aim to inspire confidence and nurture creativity. The program is currently running in 75 schools!
In 1991, CARE set up an industrial home to generate employment opportunities for women affected by the devastating floods in Sheikhupura, Lahore. This turned into a full-fledged enterprise development program. Today, CARE Crafts continues to employ men and women who create a wide range of handicrafts. In addition to generating economic opportunities, proceeds are also invested back into CARE schools.
CARE's Vocational Training Institute began operating in 2012. It is located in Model Village Miran Mulan Muzaffargarh. The program is designed to empower women living in this remote area so they can build an economically stable future for themselves. The courses last for six months with 25 trainees and a stipend of PKR 1500. Courses include:
- Dress Making/ Tailoring
- Handing Embroidery and Adda Work