Working with Leaders in Pakistan


Pakistani news site Dawn.com has an article praising the work of community leaders and activists in Pakistani towns in keeping communities together and strong:
“Our real leaders are the thousands of community activists in our midst – not necessarily well-known. They are heroes in their own right. They deserve our gratitude.”
We would like to thank the […]


Pakistani news site Dawn.com has an article praising the work of community leaders and activists in Pakistani towns in keeping communities together and strong:

“Our real leaders are the thousands of community activists in our midst – not necessarily well-known. They are heroes in their own right. They deserve our gratitude.”

We would like to thank the wonderful people we work with in Pakistani communities; they are eminently committed to enabling access to education for children in their communities, benefiting not only these children but the community as a whole.

Agha Imram Ali Khan is our Director of Operations in Pakistan. Liaqat Ali manages the Islamabad/Rawalpindi region, where Amna Irfan is the Headmistress of our Barakahu School; Asma Rasheed, Nazia Kamran, Nalia Baber, Samia Maqbaoi, and Mubeen Akher teach at Barakahu, where Rami Babi is the Maid/Cook, and Abdul Resheed provides security. Agha Ali Raza is the Project Manager in the Lahore/Sheikhupura region, where Iman Fatima is the Headmistress of the Sheikhupura Schoool; Sidra Shamsi, Tahira Siddique, Nageena Siddique, Tasmiya Kanwai, and Amara Safdra teach at Sheikhupura, where Kausar Mansha is the Maid/Cook, and Muhammed Rizwan Khan provides security.

We thank all of these wonderful individuals for their work! In their honor, we are asking for donations – see here for more information.

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