The Primary Education Project welcomes you to share its vision to promote peace and harmony through spreading the light of education in Pakistan's most ignored, impoverished, and marginalized communities. We have laid the foundation and invite you to share in this amazing work of changing peopleís lives.
The Primary Education Project (PEP) is the part of the education work of the Diocese of Hyderabad and it is working towards the quantitative and qualitative improvement of education facilities in marginalized communities of the rural Sindh. It seeks to address the international imperative to achieve Education for All and quality education targets, with focused planning for school sustainability. The project has opened 84 schools to provide quality primary education in the 5 areas of Rural Sindh, Pakistan which includes Khipro, MirpurKhas, Khawaja Goth, Tando Allahyar and Tando Ghulam Ali (South Sindh). PEP has been supporting these communities since 2002 and through its network of schools and it has already reached out to nearly 40,000 direct and indirect beneficiaries. PEP has developed a wide range of training programmes for teacher-training, whole school development, community capacity building, womenís empowerment and childrenís social and financial education and DRR. It also works in partnership with other organizations to broaden the curriculum and provide wider benefits to the communities. It provides training for other NGOs and schools, both private and government schools. It supports and facilitates families irrespective of caste, creed, gender or ethnicity. It seeks to promote social justice, especially gender equity, promoting peace and harmony through its inclusive approach and curriculum initiatives. PEP has also provided flood relief and rehabilitation assistance to its communities after the devastating floods of 2010 and 2011. It has also provided DRR training to teachers, children and communities to help them mitigate the effects of disasters and provide greater understanding of global warming trends and changes, assisting them to be better prepared to face future uncertainties of any natural disaster especially floods.
The mission of the Primary Education Project is to provide sustainable, quality education, especially for girls, without discrimination, in unreached marginalized communities, developing the skills of teachers and creating a network of effective leaders through wide-ranging training programmes.
Our vision is to establish a strong, sustainable framework of schools, modeling Christís life of service and applying his methods of training to empower marginalized communities in the Rural Sindh, Pakistan.
Our values are to nurture the potential of unreached children and teachers, sharing our skills and working in partnership with their communities, facilitating them to become self-reliant and purposeful members of society.