SEW is a non-profitable, non-sectarian educational welfare society.
It was established in 1996 and registered under "The Societies Act of 1860". SEW was developed to unfetter the less privileged population from the hold of illiteracy and polish and develop their values by means of education through theoretical understandings and practice of Islam.
Our aim is to work for the future of Pakistan and play our role in the prosperous times to come. A country does not evolve until effort is made by the citizens and they are not literate enough to build themselves a blossoming future.
SEW wishes to bring a revolutionary change in the lives of impoverish civilians of Pakistan. We plan on doing this via proper education and polishing that will bring long term advantages to the people.
"To promote education and to induct Islamic values for the betterment of individuals and to flourish a healthy society.
We thrive to provide standard education in order to empower moral, spiritual and conceptual morals. We promise a bright future full of opportunities.Our goal is to remove divisions of class and encourage equality. People living in remote areas cannot attain education due to fundamental expenses and also the lack of schools. This can be overcome if we join hands together and work towards educating as many illiterates as possible.
Delivering knowledge and skills to needy people in order to make them self-reliant and independent of others is what BSS thrives for, along with providing religious education to make children understand the society.
It is our mission to reach out to the communities and make the need of education felt and have people value its importance. To conquer such task, SEW provides its teachers and staff at all levels with effective training.
1996 - 2016
Journey Of Baithak
Towards the end of 20th century political volatility and deception along with poverty were the major factors that left a sense of turmoil in Pakistan. Civilians were underprivileged and basic human rights including education were being taken away from them. In such times, a group of youthful Pakistani girls decided to work for their homeland and 20 years later The Society for Educational Welfare was established.
The Society for Educational Welfare has completed twenty-three chapters of its life. During this period the founder women of this organization have faced many tumultuous opinions of Pakistan’s society.
With untiring efforts of its dedicated members and workers, the organization has started to bloom.
The network of schools which comprised of a few ‘Baithak Schools’ in 1996 in Karachi now is spread all over Pakistan.
1996 Year of EstablishmentEstablished in 1996. SEW was developed to unfetter the less privileged population from the hold of illiteracy and polish and develop their values by means of education through theoretical understandings and practice of Islam.
Registered in 2000Register In 2000 under "The Societies Act of 1860"
Started from 6 Baithak Schools
Head office established
Quality Improvement Program
Revamping of Head Office2017