Primary Education Project (DOH)
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The Primary Education Project (PEP) is transforming the lives of rural communities in Sindh through providing sustainable, quality education, especially for girls without discrimination, helping such communities to rise out of their marginalized state, and enabling them to have an educated, respectable and profitable future. PEP working in these 6 areas of rural Sindh which are, Khipro, Mirpurkhas, Khowaja Goth, Tando Allahyar, Tando Ghulam Ali, and Chamber. Women's Empowerment Programme is working to empower women in disparaged communities, in rural Sindh Pakistan. Most women in these communities have never seen a school due to cultural pressures that do not allow a girl to go out of their village, and due to a lack of local school makes it even harder to access education. Women's Empowerment Programme (WEP) is working to change that through reaching out to rural women, raising awareness about the importance of education, and providing them with opportunities for training, advocacy, and counseling that enables them to believe in themselves, believe in education, and makes them a role model of change in their communities. Aflatoun provides the basic social and financial skills that form the building blocks of life for children. The children participate in songs, games and play activities that boost their character and have started saving projects and financial enterprises that are constantly improving their lives and of their communities.