Our education program is designed to deliver superior learning outcomes
Volunteer & Alumni Programs
Our volunteer and alumni programs aim for holistic development of our students
FRIENDS WITH BOOKS
Inculcation of reading habits in students, is SEW's top priority. In order to achieve this objective, SEW establish libraries in schools. Library period provides reading opportunity to the students. Review and change of library books is annual feature. Some schools also have digital libraries.
Since 1996, SEW educated more than 200,000 children till now. These students called "Baithak Sitaray". After completion of primary education at Baithak School, we bridge between Baithak Sitara and nearby secondary school for his / her further education. SEW organize small and large gathering for Baithak Sitaray, time-to-time.
To connect privileged and underprivileged segments of society, SEW is running this program. Students from universities, colleges and other professional institutions come at Baithak School and interact with BSN students. Learning occur and passion develop vise versa. Feelings, care, exchange of ideas are occur in these session. Such sessions built the true understanding of the society among privileged students while BSN students get information and motivation about different course of life.
Health and hygiene are challenges at surrounding of Baithak Schools. Awareness about diseases, preventive measures and medical checkups are built in school activities. We engaged professional individuals and institutions for it and by running curricular and co-curricular activities for awareness and learning of the students. We try and promote both theoretical and practical guidelines to ensure students have the basic knowledge of how to look after themselves and make the environment healthy.
Our Community Programs
Our community programmes are focused on developing thriving communities around our schools
SEW has taken the responsibility of providing educational awareness to the future generation of Pakistan. It has taken this enormous step by establishing schools with Informal Education in rural, politically instable and disaster struck areas.Informal education gives all children a platform to showcase their potential in the least available resources and space. These include camps for internally displaced people, or tent schools for regions hit by Nature
The program offers free counselling to mothers of students at Baithak on monthly basis Cleanliness, health and hygiene and importance of education are focal topics and have evident marks of improved family life. This year S.E.W. conducted 300 programs in different regions to build better and prosperous community.
S.E.W vocational centres offer 3-6 months courses where girls from lower middle / middle class can develop essential skills such as sewing. It helps acquiring skills to utilize as their source of income.