Hashoo Foundation has established 13 primary schools throughout Pakistan that offer quality education to 1,563 enrolled students (66% male and 34% female) in very poor areas. These schools are a viable alternative in the absence of public schools in these remote areas.
More than 300 girls and boys with special needs are enrolled in Umeed-e-Noor. Our Youth Development Centers host 347 youth females and males who are getting access to quality education and learning soft skills, and our Human Development Centers provide vocational and professional training to over 8,000 young men and women.
Bahadur Shah, Parent of a Hashoo Foundation’s student in Reyonti, Murree, said, “It is hard to believe that there is still no Government school close to our village. The Hashoo Foundation School is a true blessing for our family, as we watch our kids blossom in this remote area which is still probably, unknown by many.”