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Name: Shabbir Ahmed
Category: Flood
Country: Pakistan
Class: Fsc
Province: Sindh
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Education Support Program (ESP)

    Education is essential in breaking the cycle of hunger and poverty. It lays the foundation for sustained economic growth.

    These initiatives encourage and empower the minds and hearts of the future teachers, doctors, engineers and others, who will go on to influence their communities, nations, and ultimately, the world.

    HHRD Education Support Program (ESP) promotes literacy rate, improves standard of education and strengthens the education system through diminishing problems in access to quality education.

    Particularly, ESP focuses on densely populated countries with significantly low literacy rates; Bangladesh, Kenya, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan. Please help HHRD fulfill its vision by Donating generously.


HESP: Higher Education Scholarship Program
($3/Day-$90/month-$1,000/Year Per Student)

There are many students who despite their highest academic honors are unable to attend higher education because of the high tuition costs of many higher education institutions. These scholarships are talented but needy students.

HESP: through Alfalah Scholarship Scheme benefitting professional students in:
    Medical profession: MBBS, BDS, DVM
    Engineering and Technology
    Management and Information Technology: MBA, BBA, MIT, MCS, Mcom, MSc
    Accountancy/Audit/Finance: CA, ACCA, ICMA


EESP: Elementary Education Scholarship Program
($0.50/Day-$15/month-$182/year Per Student)

We have established partnerships with following esteemed educational partners to help educate poor and needy students.
    Ghazali Educational Trust (Click here to support)
    Green Crescent Trust (Click here to support)
    READ Foundation (Click here to support)
    Baithak Schools (Click here to support)


IESP: Intermediate Educational Scholarship Program
($1/Day-$30/month-$365/year Per Student)

Our Orphan Sponsorship Program (OSP) helps orphan students until they complete 10th grade. We have started Intermediate Educational Scholarship Program to provide scholarships to these same students for completing grade 11th and 12th. (Click here to support)


  Building Educational Infrastructure:
 
    HHRD adopted 5 schools in Sialkot. HHRD established 19 schools in villages of the following districts: Mianwali (5), Bhakkar (3), Faisalbad (2), Rahim Yar Khan (2) , Jhang, Sialkot, T.T Singh, Vehari, Bahawalpur , D.G Khan, and Sargodha (Punjab). The program benefitted 4,500 student.

    Construction of Baithak School in Nawabshah (Sindh): HHRD has helped purchase the land for Baithak School and has constructed two rooms and boundary wall in year 2011 benefitting over 140 students.

    Construction of Al-Huda Public School in JaffarAbad (Baluchistan): In flood affected district of JaffarAbad, HHRD has rebuilt Al-Huda Public school to benefit 615 children.

    Youth Complex: In Chitral (KP) Pakistan, HHRD constructed Youth complex (under Infrastructure Development Program) in 2009. HHRD renovated the youth complex in 2010 and benfitted 200 students in 2010

    Doabba School's (Mianwali) primary section block was constructed by HHRD in 2008 and benfitted 200 students in 2010

    Girls High School Chowki Bhimber (AJ & K) construction was completed in October 2010 and benfitted 450 female students.
 
 
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