Uniform Distribution

“Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.”
— Margaret Mead, cultural anthropologist
Our team is happy to have reached these beautiful girls with small gifts of uniform packages.
In the background (of the video posted), one can hear the lovely voices of girls learning......you will be glad to know that we will be starting winter camps for children shortly who are struggling at studies. It is understandable that with parents who have not had an opportunity to learn themselves it is especially hard for their children to do well at school.
We see this as an opportunity to get to know the children on a one-on-one basis while providing free tutoring. More importantly, they will have an opportunity to get to learn to use a computer and engage in some interactive learning that is also fun. This is to encourage exploration and discovery and satiate the inquiring nature of the self that is innate and God's gift to humankind alone.
We encourage other extended community in Pakistan to support these endeavors by donating books and toys.
Write with any questions or suggestions. We appreciate your involvement and encouragement.

Free computer lab for kids at ArdOSama'a Kutwal Rural Hub

This video captures kids learning through the typing tutor, as well as through educational videos that have been developed to teach the curriculum taught in various provinces, online. Kids absolutely love learning online! They have interactive videos to learn from as well, while having some fun. The natural curiosity and desire that every kid has, to explore and learn new things are often curbed in our traditional school settings. This setup provides for an alternative and complimentary environment that supports kids from lower income groups attending government schools to have a place to come to without any discrimation that lower income groups face, to explore and learn.


Small Kindnesses to Master Ayub's Open Air School

This informal Open Air School in an Islamabad park is run by a teacher philanthropist who himself has very limited resources, but this has not held him back from educating the less fortunat

For more information about this school see our earlier article here.

Lahaute Donors contributed towards providing these children:

50 Chairs with tables; 100 woolen sweaters; 100 shawls; 100 caps; 100 pairs of socks; Chitais (Floor mats).