Islamabad: To support the needy families who are unable to provide quality education to their children because of limited resources and poverty, Begum Mehmooda Welfare Trust (BMWT) is running an ‘Education Support Program’.
Under this program, BMWT ensures providing quality education to the children of rural areas of the federal capital. The trust provides school uniforms, bags, stationery and bears all the educational fees of more than 100 students.
On Saturday, the trust paid school fee and distributed school bags, books and stationery to the students newly enrolled student in affiliated schools in Barakahu village in Islamabad.The trust has also donated Computer Labs to two private schools of the area to ensure computer education mandatory in their syllabus. With the help of Begum Mehmooda Welfare Trust, we provide computer education to the students of all levels. Education through computers develops students interest in getting education and understanding of concepts, said Raees Khan Principal, Hira Public School while addressing the participants.
Along with other syllabus, the addition of computer education is appreciative by these schools which have changed the mind-set of children towards education, said Aurangzed Khan, a parent.
Hina Fysal, Chief Executive and Co-Founder, Begum Mehmooda Welfare Trust has announced that, the trust is in process to start its chain of schools in neglected areas to provide quality education to the children to promote level of literacy in the county. The trust has also launched team survey to expand its Education Support Program which aimed quality education. Both of the schools provides best education to the students through qualified teachers which encouraged BMWT to start Computer Labs and financially support the students to get education, she added. At present, the trust is working on five major programs such as health improvement and medical, education, food, wedding composition and income support program in Harripur, Sangra, Desra valley of KPK and in some urban parts of Islamabad. To-date, the trust has changed the lives of more than 500 families.