Thanks to the Al-Malik Foundation, Un-interrupted Electricity is now provided to the HDF Model Secondary School Adam Hingoro
WHY WAS A SCHOOL STARTED?
The villagers of Adam Hingoro Goth, Malir Khokhra Par asked HDF to open a one-room school since the other two primary government schools were not functioning. HDF Management started a non-formal school in Adam Hingoro in one room donated by Ms. Zaib-U-Nisa. She also agreed to teach in this school. A total of 7 students were initially enrolled in the non-formal school in 2001.
In 2008, locals of Adam Hingoro asked HDF to start an Elementary and Secondary School for girls in the community. With the help of MFF, HDF purchased a building and is now offering Elementary and Secondary Education up to Matric Exams for girls in the community
WHAT IS THE LITERACY RATE FOR THE SURROUNDING AREA?
Currently the Literacy rate in this area is 48% for Males and 40% for Females
WHAT ARE THE CHALLENGES THIS AREA FACES IN EDUCATION?
Finding quality teachers at HDF’s pay rate is difficult, and space for the school’s morning assembly is not available.
- 3 Formal Schools
- 3 Total Schools
- 695 Students
- 55% Boys / 45% Girls in Formal Schools
- 22 Teachers