PEP Coordinator's Christmas Message 2019
Christmas is a time of Jesus birth, wonder, sharing, and prayer. I am writing this message and I know many of us, are already busy preparing for the Festive Season. I would like to thank all our employees for a fruitful and successful year at Primary Education Project.
I thank you all for your continued dedication and great work throughout the year. Your expertise, creativity, and initiative allow PEP to continually improve on how we meet the needs of marginalized communities and make a difference in their lives. Congratulations on a job well done!
I would like to extend a special thank you to each of the PEP social committee members across our villages in Rural Sindh who dedicate their own time. We’re very proud of the contributions made across all the villages.
A special thanks to our Bishop Rev. Kaleem John; your guidance, governance and vision have enabled Primary Education Project to respond to opportunities and challenges, and to determine PEP’s future direction.
Thank you also to our Supervisor Mr. Ashley Farooq, for your contributions and feedback.
I wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a prosperous and happy new year. Enjoy the Christmas holidays and time spent with your loved ones.
Best wishes, Mitchell Watto, PEP Coordinator DoH
PEP is all about transforming peoples lives
The Primary Education Project (PEP) is transforming the lives of rural communities in Sindh through providing sustainable, quality education, especially for girls without discrimination, helping such communities to rise out of their marginalized state, and enabling them to have an educated, respectable and profitable future. We currently have 94 Pirmary Schools, 19 Pre-Primary Schools , 1 Elementary School and 1 High School with 3996 boys and 2082 girls 6078 total students schools in the 6 areas of rural Sindh which are, Khipro, Mirpurkhas, Khowaja Goth, Tando Allahyar, Tando Ghullam Ali, Chamber and Hyderabad
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