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Educational complex built in the capital of Khurram tribal district, Parachinar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

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Locals drop their children off to school for the first day.

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High quality infrastructure, whoever did this seems to have put in effort. Let's hope the quality of teaching matches the same standard.

We need this nation-wide and increase our literacy rate. And focus on higher education STEM as well!
 
High quality infrastructure, whoever did this seems to have put in effort. Let's hope the quality of teaching matches the same standard.

We need this nation-wide and increase our literacy rate. And focus on higher education STEM as well!
Built by the army...

DHA experience is paying off recently, their infrastructure is meeting international standards.
 
there's an NGO operating in AJK, Gilgit, Potohar,(all high literacy regions of PK, NGO's played an important role in Bangladesh's women's empowerment programs, educational, vocational training, increasing its literacy rate) and parts of KPK providing education till 12th grade, free of charge for underprivileged kids
https://www.readfoundation.org/donate_now/
You can even donate and sponsor, families, orphans etc

This is a much better option than what the army's is doing in Khurram- more bang for your buck as A- it's affordable for 15,000,000 PKR, you can build a whole new school, B- through a mix of donations, people from every socioeconomic background can attend a school

sure this school looks good but how financially sustainable is it for a poor country like ours?, I doubt most in Khuram agency can afford such a school so it's probably subsidized
This is not a sustainable model for eradicating illiteracy
 
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there's an NGO operating in AJK, Gilgit, Potohar,(all high literacy regions of PK, NGO's played an important role in Bangladesh's women's empowerment programs, educational, vocational training, increasing its literacy rate) and parts of KPK providing education till 12th grade, free of charge for underprivileged kids
https://www.readfoundation.org/donate_now/
You can even donate and sponsor, families, orphans etc

This is a much better option than what's the army's doing in Khurram- more bang for your buck, quality education reaching far-off areas of Pakistan
Is that owned by an overseas Pakistani?

Anyway I'd let the army do their thing parallel to this, they are likely using their own government funding anyway and reaching more cornered areas.
 
The army should focus on building educational institutes like this in the capitals of all the tribal districts in KP. We can get the children from all surrounding areas into this.

Then the NGO's which are run by overseas Pakistanis and verified not to be nefarious can also participate where they can. But army has government funding so their work is separate.
 
sure this school looks good but how financially sustainable is it for a poor country like ours?, I doubt most in Khuram agency can afford such a school so it's probably subsidized
This is not a sustainable model for eradicating illiteracy
It's public school so I don't think locals pay anything.

Once the school is built, funding mostly just goes towards paying employees and upkeep like cleaners and equipment
 

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