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FACES PAKISTAN – FORMATION, AWARENESS, AWARENESS, AND COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT SOCIETY – IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION STRIVING TO EMPOWER THE UNDERPRIVILEGED IN THE SOCIETY

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Peace School for Afghan Refugees and Host Communities
Funds Required to Sustain Peace School located in Manzoor Park, Lahore

Helping these children in building a future !

Funds required : Rs 500,000

Break up funds : Total students = 500, therefore Rs 1000/children annually which include a child’s education fees, books, uniform and all the necessary items.

Faces Pakistan is already operating 4 Peace School for Afghan Refugees in Lahore, Sialkot, and Gujarat since 2009. There is a total of 1026 students currently studying at these Peace School. Most of these children belong from impoverished localities inhabited by Afghan refugees. The funds that will be raised is primarily concerning Peace School situated in Manzoor Park, Lahore which is accommodating 500 students. With the funds collected, FACES Pakistan can improve and provide much better education to these refugees. The refugees that are living in these localities have been completely deprived of any state machinery and their children have opted for activities that include picking up garbage. With the initiative undertaken by FACES Pakistan and with the success FACES Pakistan has accomplished in this department, we would continue helping these refugees children. Your contribution can help these children to have a brighter future.

For further details please visit the link below:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zr7VTpDvmkQ

Upcoming Events

Teachers trainings

FACES Pakistan will be training teachers for the peace school project for afghan refugee’s children.

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