Sindh Education Foundation start a school for street children

KARACHI:06 May: As part of its efforts to improve accessibility of education in the province, the Sindh Education Foundation (SEF) will reopen 168 closed schools.

Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah said this while presiding over the SEF board of governors meeting at CM House. Education was one of the top priorities of his government, the CM said, adding that he was expecting that the foundation would start a school for street children at the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan.

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The board meeting was attended by Education Minister Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar, Chief Secretary Rizwan Memon, Planning and Development Board Chairperson Mohammad Waseem, Principal Secretary to CM Sohail Rajput, SEF Managing Director (MD) Naheed Shah, Dr Qazi Masood, Dr Muhammad Memon, Hussain Qamar Shah and SEF representatives among others.

Briefing the meeting, the SEF MD said the foundation had been helping the education department during the last few years. Naheed said the SEF had expanded its outreach to 555,943 students through a network of 2,314 schools, adding that many reforms had also been introduced in the foundation’s schools, including information technology-based teaching.Express news.