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In future, children won’t perceive the stars as mere twinkling points of light: they’ll learn that each is a ‘Sun’, orbited by planets fully as interesting as those in our Solar system.”- Martin Rees

On October,7, 2013  HOPE Zia Colony students were invited at PIA  Planetarium  to celebrate World Space week.  HOPE an educational NGO in Pakistan which is run under the leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla , the child specialist in Karachi and the Chairperson of HOPE NGO in Pakistan.

There were one hundred and fifty student s from HOPE Zia Colony School and twelve teachers to supervise them. These students were given presentations on stars, planets and celestial objects and it was sponsored by Suparco. The students were given refreshments and they  enjoyed this knowledgeable and awareness activity.

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In future, children won’t perceive the stars as mere twinkling points of light: they’ll learn that each is a ‘Sun’, orbited by planets fully as interesting as those in our Solar system.”- Martin Rees

On October,7, 2013  HOPE Zia Colony students were invited at PIA  Planetarium  to celebrate World Space week.  HOPE an educational NGO in Pakistan which is run under the leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla , the child specialist in Karachi and the Chairperson of HOPE NGO in Pakistan.

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There were one hundred and fifty student s from HOPE Zia Colony School and twelve teachers to supervise them. These students were given presentations on stars, planets and celestial objects and it was sponsored by Suparco. The students were given refreshments and  they  enjoyed this knowledgeable and awareness activity

HOPE NGO in Pakistan always encourages its students to participate in different activities. These students belong to the improvised communities whose families cannot afford to send them to good private schools.

Thus, HOPE an educational NGO in Pakistan, which is run under the leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla, the child specialist  in Karachi and the Chairperson of HOPE not only provides them free quality education but also takes care of their mental and physical health and helps them excel in life. Dr Adnan took a mind sciences session with HOPE school kids & made them aware of the concept of Mind sciences which was a good learning experience for them. School teachers & Headmistress also attended this knowledgeable session.

(Health Oriented Preventive Education) is an NGO which is  run under the leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla the child specialist in Karachi and the chairperson of HOPE NGO in Pakistan is providing services of health and education for the poor and needy in Pakistan. The major activities of HOPE includes provision of health care through hospitals and maternal and child health centers. In addition education for children is provided through formal and informal schools. Vocational centers provide computers and vocational training for youth.

Recently, a team of six members from HOPE traveled to the Maldives to aquire training from CDC Atlanta; Ms. Heather Joseph. A  five day training was conducted in which various topics about qualitative research were covered by the trainer.A study was later conducted in different parts of Karachi about the evaluation of diarrhea-related beliefs, attitudes and practices among adults and health care workers who treat diarrhea patients in Karachi. The training and research has helped better understand the root cause of diarrhea and its related problems.

HOPE an  educational NGO has always seek out ways to join hands with all  the individual to  spread the ray of HOPE in all  over Pakistan.(Health Oriented Preventive Education) is an NGO providing services of health and education for the poor and needy in Pakistan which is  run under the leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla the child specialist in Karachi and the chairperson of HOPE.The major activities of HOPE includes provision of health care through hospitals and maternal and child health centers. In addition education for children is provided through formal and informal schools. Vocational centers provide computers and vocational training for youth.

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The Art of Neill Bultman has donated two charity pieces of his Art to Hope-USA for charity auction.His images are the product of personal experience, mood, and interaction with my environment. He engage in a conversation with color, lines and composition  and through his art he is spreading HOPE in Pakistan.

May 29, 2013ALL OVER, Pakistan“Champions aren’t made in the gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them — a desire, a dream, a vision.”                                                                                                                                Muhammad Ali

The importance of sports in the life of a young student is invaluable and goes much further than the basic answer that “it keeps kids off the streets.” It does in fact keep kids off the streets, but it also instills lessons that are essential in the life of a student athlete. Sports play a pivotal role in the makeup of a young athlete, especially school days where student athletes are much more mature and mentally developed. Where else can a young, impressionable youth learn values like discipline, responsibility, self confidence, sacrifice, and accountability. It is up to the parents, teachers, sports teams, clubs, and after school programs to help mold, develop, and instill these qualities into the lives of student athletes.

HOPE NGO in Pakistan is providing services of health and education for the poor and needy in Pakistan. This is run under the leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla, the child specialist in Karachi and the Chairperson of HOPE NGO in Pakistan. HOPE has built school nationwide and these schools are providing quality education for underprivileged children of the society. In order to build confidence and to create healthy body and healthy mind HOPE arranged its first inter school sports competition between the students of HOPE Zia Colony School Karachi and HOPE Informal School Image
 
 
students of Mujjahid Colony. There were many games which had proper composition of leadership, balancing, awareness, alertness, and trust on team members etc. It included Race, Relay Race, Needle & Thread Race, Book Race, Cart Race, Spoon and ball race, Frog Race, Long jump, Rope Game, Race amongst teachers and staff of HOPE Schools

To motivate the students Mr. Riaz Contractor-the manager of Aga Khan Sports Board was invited, in his speech he laid an immense importance of sports and said that healthy body creates a healthy mind, to appreciate the efforts of all sportsman he said that it is obvious that a person will either win or loose a game but what is important is that one should never loose HOPE.

HOPE school students showed the great sense of sportsmanship and was thankful to the Dr.Mubina Agboatwalla and the organizers of this event for arranging this healthy competition for  them.

“Pressure must continue on donor and recipient governments, but we also need to encourage bottom-up solutions. If service providers are not held to account, the poor and the socially excluded will never achieve their water and sanitation rights. The groundwork has been laid. Citizens’ action needs to become a movement.” Barbara Fro

According to WHO , World Health Organisation an estimated 97,900 people die every year due to poor water and sanitation in Pakistan. World Health Organization and Unicef estimated that every year, 54,000 children under age five in Pakistan die from diarrhea caused by poor water and sanitation.Dr Mubina Agboatwalla  ,the child specialist in Karachi and the Chairperson of HOPE NGO inPakistan  in her presentation at The The Educators School ,Shara e Faisal, Karachi highlighted the importance of  hygiene, Vaccination & Sanitation to the students and parents.

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This was an initiative to create awareness by the Chairperson of HOPE health NGO and the management of the Educators School. To spread the importance of health ,sanitation and vaccination more programs like this should be arranged.

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HOPE team is thankful to their stakeholders for the immense support and huge contribution in HOPE’s projects which are spread all over Pakistan. From the interiors of Sindh to the hard, rocky mountainous region of AJK and Muzaffarabad. Amongst these supporters of HOPE, MGYW name is worth mentioning. MGYW (Pakistani American Forum – Merit Grants for Young Women) is a global charity founded in 2000 to promote higher education (beyond basic literacy) among under-served young girls of Pakistan (regardless of ethnicity, race, province, or religion).MGYW has adopted twenty students of HOPE  Zia Colony, ten students of HOPE  Gadap Home School and ten students of AJK-Muzzaffarabad
HOPE, an educational NGO, which is run under the leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla, the child specialist in Karachi and chairperson of HOPE cherishes a long lasting relationship with all its stakeholders and holds its supporters and donors in high esteem. 

HOPE NGO in Pakistan look forward to a long lasting trustworthy relationship with MGYW as HOPE truly value the support MGYW has provided to this NGO.

HOPE team monitory visit to Thatta

NGOs are working towards the betterment of society, however for this  purpose different non profit organizations performs different tasks which provide them satisfaction. This is not easy at all; a regular and continuous supervision is required to make sure that each job is done at its best level. Sometimes, it is because of this supervision that the field workers of NGOS have to travel in the scorching beam of heat, under the thunderstorms, in the valleys which are spread over mountains however; it’s their job satisfaction which make them overlooked these environmental factors.

For this purpose, every week HOPE NGO in Pakistan team visited Thatta… HOPE an educational NGO in Pakistan which is run under the leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla, the child specialist in Karachi and the chairperson of HOPE has set up a formal School and Hospital in Thatta. HOPE Community Center has been constructed in Thatta, Sindh with assistance from the Japanese Embassy Grass Root Assistance (GRA) Program. Thatta – Hospital. The hospital in Thatta provides secondary care facilities to the poor and rural area in Thatta districts. There is no other blood bank in there, except the one in the HOPE Thatta Hospital. HOPE strive to provide the best of medical care in the rural setting of Thatta by providing laboratory technicians, X-Ray technicians as well as some paramedical staff from Karachi. Consultants including gynecologists, surgeons, and child specialist weekly provide consultation visits from Karachi. Annually 52,000 patients are seen, 1781surgeries conducted and 448 neonates treated in NICU. Similarly HOPE Thatta School  is providing quality education at low costs to the community children. This school was previously built in HOPE hospital building but In 2010, a new building for the school was opened. The school currently has 500 students and ten teachers. There is a science lab, computer room and library and regular supervisions has made these organizations to reach to an outstanding level.

This supervision is a positive way of building   the effectiveness of this organization through staff, which are the greatest asset for HOPE, there are trained supervisors and build culture that values supervision. Here, a Regular and planned supervision is the norm. Best practices are reflected in systems from job postings through performance reviews. The organizational culture values supervision and provides the tools which  supervisors and staff need, in order to make the most of their organizational relationship, which can help everyone to be more effective and efficient.

“Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities, because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which, fulfilled, can be translated into benefit for everyone and greater strength for our nation.” John F. Kennedy

HOPE   an education   based NGO, which is being run under the leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla, the child specialist in Karachi and the Chairperson of HOPE NGO in Pakistan. Currently, there are five formal schools of HOPE in Karachi, Thatta, Muzzafargarh and Muzzafarabad and several informal schools in Sindh and AJK. These informal schools are not only providing quality education to the poor and needy people but also have become a source of income for the teachers who are living in the vicinity of these  schools.

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In 2012, the third year students of   Rana Liaquat Ali Khan, Government degree college of Home Economics Voluntarily worked for HOPE , through which HOPE Informal School students of Mujahid Colony learned painting Vases and mathematics exercises. As their major activity project they taught students different arts and crafts skills such as handmade bags, baskets made from plastic bags and paper flowers. They shed importance upon learning of science and general knowledge. Health and hygiene related program was also arranged to increase awareness about Malaria

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More and more students should spend some time in voluntary work so that the knowledge and wisdom could be shared and volunteers could enjoy self satisfaction. This  will increase the sense of social responsibility among youth and such activities will help in removing status symbol from our society.