31 Mar

USAID Highlights DIL Mobile Learning Project in Pakistan!

In rural Pakistan, most teachers cannot attend continuing education training due to their class schedules, household responsibilities, and ... more

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19 Feb
DIL 8th-grader selected in business school talent hunt

DIL 8th-grader selected in business school talent hunt

Eighth-grader Nabeela Ramzan, from the village of Gambat, Khuhra, was selected through a talent hunt program for Sukkur IBA, a school that ... more


No child in Pakistan, no matter how poor or underprivileged should be denied access to quality education. All children should have equal opportunity to reach their full potential and contribute toward the socio-economic betterment of their communities.


  • 99%  Complete Primary School
  • 88%  Go On to High School
  • 21 to 1  Student Teacher Ratio
  • 120  Campuses
  • 51  Computer Labs
  • 0.57%  Drop Out


Farzana Sial: A Story of Change

Being a teacher in the underprivileged communities of Pakistan can bring ...

Meet Akash, an 8 year old DIL student...

Meet Akash, an 8 year old DIL student who also serves as head of his househol...

First-time Prosperity: Farzana Habib

Farzana Habib was married at twelve to a man three times her age. “I knew he ...
Deedar Ali

Meet Deedar, 7-year-old head of household

As the sole provider in his household, Deedar Ali’s biggest challenge is ...