Pakistan and Tajikistan
Zamila and Ramzan Karimi Family, USA
55 Students, 4 Teachers, 2 Schools
The mission of Worldwide Education Fund of The Dallas Foundation (WEF) is to establish and promote Early Childhood Development Programs in the marginalized communities around the South and Central Asian countries where the educational systems have been unable to nurture such developmental needs of the children under the ages of 6 years.
Under Global ECD, WEF has established ECD centres by leveraging relationships with Government and Non-Government Organizations in the areas of intervention.
The Global ECD offers a platform where the 3-5 year olds meet in a specially prepared environment containing equipment, furniture, ideas and information geared toward stimulating he children’s optimal development. A fully equipped prepared environment coupled with trained Montessori Teachers allow to promote the child’s Physical, Socio-Emotional and Intellectual developments during his/her formative years. This includes the refinement of senses.
ECD Centre Booni, Pakistan is currently impacting 25 children, 3-5 years, by developing their physical, socio-emotional and intellectual developments. The Centre is run by 2 Montessori Certified teachers hired and certified by WEF/FES.
This model operates in collaboration with a low-income private school in Chitral Northern Pakistan. The selected school provided a space to WEF/FES for creating an ECD Centre. WEF created fully equipped ECD Centre, first of its kind in the region. The centre was created following the Montessori Method with the help of advisors from USA including Ms. Mali Dhanidina, Ms. Shamim Esmail and Ms. Fariyal Ross-sheriff. Despite the physical distance the team of advisors managed to be present with Team WEF, guiding throughout this process.
ECD Play Spaces Bartang, Tajikistan is currently impacting 30 children, 3-5 year, by providing them with an ideal environment and certified teachers.
Global ECD Play Spaces Program in Bartang Tajikistan operates in collaboration with Aga Khan Education Board (AKEB) for Tajikistan and Pamir Innovation Hub (PIH). The selected school provide WEF room equipped with the right resources: Toys, teaching aids and technology
ABOUT OUR SPONSOR
ZAMILA AND KARIMI FAMILY
Zamila and Ramzan Karimi Family is Georgia based successful family. They own several businesses spread across USA. They have a great sense of responsibility towards the communities in need and are loyal donors for many development missions across the world.
ABOUT OUR PARTNERS
PAMIR INNOVATION HUB (PIH), TAJIKISTAN
Pamir Innovation Hub is a non-government and non-profit organisation based in Khorog, Tajikistan. It is the first platform to develop and promote innovative solutions and information technology in the Pamir region of Tajikistan.
AGA KHAN EDUCATION BOARD (AKEB) FOR TAJIKISTAN
Aga Khan Education Board (AKEB) Tajikistan is a Shia Imami Ismaili Jamati Institution. The objective of this institution is to ensure quality and access to education across Tajikistan. This institution has been focused on providing career guidance, soft skills training, quality English language education, subject based support and introduce a student tracking database
FOUNDATION TO EMPOWER STUDENTS (FES), PAKISTAN
Foundation to Empower Students (FES), Pakistan is a public limited company under the Companies Act. 2017, with the primary objective to provide scholarship to students and grant aid including supply of books, stipends, medals, prizes, grants, awards, medicines, educational career support, bursaries and other incentives to needy and deserving students for advancement of knowledge, education and literacy.