Fatima’s father didn’t believe in the need to educate girls. But after being persuaded to send his own daughter Fatima to school, he believes it is one of the best decisions he has made for his family.
Education is changing the lives of girls like Nadia, allowing them an opportunity to build their lives and break free from the bounds of poverty and despair engraved within their families and communities.
Watch a day in the lives of the students enrolled in the TCF Malou Arpels Campus. TCF is working to break down socio-economic barriers to help these students realize their potential and fulfill their dreams.
Meet Qurtualain, a dedicated Principal of the Dallas Ft.Worth Campus, in Matiari, Sindh. This school operates a morning and an afternoon shift, educating nearly 300 children. This video offers a sneak peak into the lives of these students, as improved by their access to education.
From the streets into school, TCF is transforming the lives of countless children residing in the economically challenged district of Punjab-Bahawalpur, by providing them access to a quality education and an opportunity to build their lives.
This is the Story of Yasmeen, a TCF Alumni and a mentor for the Aagahi Adult Literacy Program which provides illiterate women from rural areas and urban slums around TCF schools an opportunity to learn how to read and write Urdu and basic mathematics.
TCF’s Community Development Unit (CDU) is searching for ways to provide clean and safe drinking water to the communities around TCF schools. With the help of Community Advisory Welfare Services (CAWS) and So Safe Pakistan, CDU has set up 14 water filtration plants across various TCF schools.
“I was afraid of speaking to people from fear that I would offend someone because I could not speak the local urdu language, in fact my writing used to be like a child’s scribbling. But thanks to TCF, I can now read from books and newspapers on my own.”