CARE Pakistan is the UK chapter of CARE Foundation, one of Pakistan’s leading education foundations. Today CARE is educating over 205,000 children in more than 500 schools nationwide.
CARE provides education to over 205,000 underprivileged children in 526 schools across Pakistan. CARE schools and CARE-adopted government schools achieve exceptional academic performance and comparable results to high cost, elite private education institutions in Pakistan. CARE students go on to become doctors, lawyers, engineers, teachers, entrepreneurs and leaders in their communities. In the spirit of "giving back" many of our teachers are also former CARE students, nurturing the rapidly expanding CARE family. Help us get to one million!
Fahad is a Class 4 student from Nishat CARE High School in Sheikhupura. His father is a folding manager at the neighbouring Nishat Mills. Eleven-year-old Fahad’s favourite subject is mathematics all because his favourite teacher, Sir Shabaz, makes it so enjoyable for him. With a sombre expression, Fahad clarifies that he is very serious about pursuing Maths through university because he would like to be an engineer that specialises in fixing planes for the Air Force. He has already decided … read more
Rabia Ashiq has made history, not only as a CARE student but as a Pakistani female athlete too by participating in the Summer Olympics 2012 in London. Hailing from a modest background, Rabia attended a CARE-adopted school in the village of CharrarPind in Lahore. As a student at school, she always excelled at sports and especially in running. With the support of her teacher Ms. Ghazala she competed in several inter-city and inter-school events. Although she initially received a lot … read more
Azam completed his matriculation from CARE-I High School in Iqbal Town, District Sheikhupura in 1998. He went on to pursue his MBBS from King Edward Medical College, Lahore on a CARE scholarship. He later joined Mayo Hospital as a doctor, and rose to the position of Registrar. Dr. Azam is currently in the final year of his FCPS, a five-year training program run by the Punjab Institute of Cardiology. After completing the program, he hopes to work at PIC as … read more
Prior to joining the CARE Foundation, Ali was just an average disillusioned dreamer. Someone who had a lot of hopes and aspirations but no reassurance of turning them into a reality. CARE Foundation gave him a solid education and enough confidence to guide his way through all academic and professional situations. He owes a huge part of his success to the ‘Access to English’ programme, which made a government school student as proficient in English as a native speaker. Astonishing … read more