Thursday, June 13

United States Completes$159.2 Million Sindh Basic Education Program with 106 Climate-flexible seminaries erected

United States Completes$159.2 Million Sindh Basic Education Program with 106 Climate-flexible seminaries erected
United States Completes$159.2 Million Sindh Basic Education Program with 106 Climate-flexible seminaries erected
The United States, in cooperation with the Sindh Government, celebrated the successful completion of the Sindh Basic Education Program( SBEP) at a form at High School Damba Village, Karachi. SBEP, funded bytheU.S. Agency for International Development( USAID), invested$159.2 million to make 106 seminaries and strengthen the education sector throughout Sindh. Ambassador Donald Blome, former Minister for Sindh Education and knowledge Department Syed Sardar Ali Shah and Sindh Secretary School Education and knowledge DepartmentDr. Shereen Mustafa attended the ending form pressing the successes of themulti- faceted program. “ High quality introductory education positions every child for success, and we strongly believe that it’s one of the swish investments we can make in any country, ” Ambassador Blome said. “ Let’s continue to expand access to education, prioritize knowledge, and hand these reforms across Sindh and all of Pakistan so that all children can thrive. ” SBEP was developed in response to the ruinous cataracts of 2010- 11, which destroyed the academe structure in Sindh. Now, over 80,000 scholars from depressed communities have access to top- league education in modern, climate-flexible seminaries – equipping an entire generation with the chops and knowledge essential for 21st- century success. These new seminaries not only survived the disastrous 2022 cataracts, but also served as safe havens for skirting communities and as platforms for parent and community engagement. In addition to erecting seminaries, the program strengthened communities and introduced innovative academe operation models, paving the way for successful public-private alliances that are now replicated in other businesses.

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