EMPOWERING THROUGH EDUCATION
The Primary Education Project (PEP) is a part of the education work of Diocese of Hyderabad that is working to provide sustainable quality education to the poorest children of Rural Sindh, Pakistan. PEP has been involved in the work of education since 2002 and currently has 85 schools in the five district areas of rural Sindh, which are Badin, Sanghar, Mirpurkhas, Tando Allahyar and Umerkot.
Known for having a population of over 25 million people, Sindh can be called the most populated province of Pakistan. Sindh from the four provinces has the lowest rates for the percentage of students completing primary school at about 43%. Only a few urban cities have reasonable literacy rates. On the whole, many children are deprived of education due to which a greater percentage of child labor can also be witnessed.
- Primary Education Project has opened 85 SCHOOLS in rural Sindh.
- Through strong base of PEP TEACHER TRAINING, the local teachers are enabled to become qualified to teach students effectively.
- The various PEP projects have enabled communities to create a sustainable lifestyle through starting livelihood, working with different organizations, and creating positive links with the Government.