on the system 

Our hope for the system change rests with our Alumni.

 

The two years of teaching and working with key stakeholders of the education and related systems, the Fellowship prepares our Alumni to attain positions of leadership in and beyond education, working collectively to build a movement for educational equity across Pakistan. 

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Alumni are lifelong champions for every child’s right to an excellent education
of our Alumni continue to pursue careers to end educational inequity in Pakistan
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of our Alumni continue to pursue careers to end educational inequity in Pakistan
of our Alumni continue to pursue careers to end educational inequity in Pakistan
of our Alumni continue to pursue careers to end educational inequity in Pakistan
of our Alumni continue to pursue careers to end educational inequity in Pakistan
Since the graduation of Teach For Pakistan’s first Fellowship cohort, our Alumni have been working on a number of different areas within and outside the domain of education to lead change and transform the system. 
Since the graduation of Teach For Pakistan’s first Fellowship cohort, our Alumni have been working on a number of different areas within and outside the domain of education to lead change and transform the system. 
Rewriting government textbooks, leading and supporting teacher recruitment reform, leading thriving schools, advising provincial policies and developing EdTech solutions are some of the key areas our Alumni have been focusing on.
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Ahmad’s pursuit to reform teacher recruitment in  Sindh

Ahmad Jawad Asghar was part of Teach For Pakistan’s first cohort in 2011. After finishing the Fellowship, in his work with the World Bank, Ahmad took upon the challenge to work on the issue that remains at the heart of the educational crisis in Pakistan: teacher recruitment.

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Zain Maken: Reforming learning in Punjab’s 40,000 schools through the AEO Leadership Program

Feedback and support are extremely important for teachers to perform at their best.

 

Working as the Teaching & Learning Advisor at Mott Macdonald on the Third Punjab Education Sector Reform Project, Zain’s team has trained 3200 Assistant Education Officers (AEOs) to emerge as effective mentors and leaders for primary school teachers in 40,000 schools in Punjab. 

A number of Alumni are leading transformational initiatives at The Citizens Foundation and designing and implementing programs benefiting children across the country.

Hina Mesiya:
Leading the Out of School Children Program in Sindh

With 20+ million out of school children in Pakistan, our Alumni continues to work on programmes addressing one of the core crises of education in Pakistan. 

 

Working as the Head of Literacy and Lifeskills program at The Citizens Foundation, Hina is working on addressing the problem of out of school children in Sindh through an extensive, tailor-made literacy and lifeskills program.

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Azma Humayun:
Leading academics at the TCF schools across Pakistan

2011 Alumna Azma is making her way in the education system to reduce inequity by helping The Citizens Foundation create research-driven, bespoke and contextualized academic resources for their 1,331 Flagship schools across Pakistan.

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Our Alumni take leadership positions at international organizations and work with provinvial governments to bring about the change that our system needs.
2012 Alumna Amna Akhtar works as Senior Associate with the UNDP and  provides assistance to the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in implementing governance reforms in the Newly Merged Areas
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Mehjabeen Zameer:
Leading Education Reforms in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Mehjabeen was part of Teach For Pakistan's first Fellowship cohort in 2011 in Karachi.

After leading the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) programme supporting education provision for 55,000 marginalized children in urban slums and remote rural areas in the province of Sindh, currently, Mehjabeen is currently working as an Education Advisor with the FCDO to lead the education sector reforms in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Our Alumni shape the national discourse through their voice

Why are the markers of a good education so closely tied with proficiency in English?

Read this poignant piece by 2014 Alumna Komal Waqar

The SNC has become a matter of heated debate across drawing rooms in our country. But why?

Read the opinion article by 2018 Alumna Arooj Naveed,

Want to make an impact on the system?