impact on school and communities 

Fellows work closely in partnership with their schools and communities and it enables them to create an impact beyond their classroom. 


This includes working on the skill-development in their schools through workshops etc., increasing access to technology in the communities, improving schools' access to resources e.g. fundraising for library books, science lab equipment etc., and Mobilizing school staff/ community members by working with them towards shared outcomes; creating support structures for students etc. 



of the partner-school principals believe that Fellows positively impact the whole school culture.


of the principals where Fellows are placed, recommend other schools to hire Teach For Pakistan Fellows. 
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Aunil equipping his school in Bhara Kahu with a media room.

As a science teacher in Bhara Kahu, 2019 Fellow Aunil greatly felt the need to help his students learn through videos and animations. However, the school did not have a computer lab and having 85 students crowd around his laptop was not working.

Farah's quest to build a Science Lab in her school in Sihala

When 2021 Fellow Farah started her Fellowship in a government school in Sihala, Science was not being taught anymore there and students who wanted to opt for Science had already moved to other schools. Even if she wanted to teach Science, the school couldn’t afford to set up a lab and without a science lab, the school couldn’t get affiliated with the Federal Board. 

Anum and Purneema's resolve to equip their school with sports facilities.

2011 Fellows Anum and Purneema were part of the first Teach For Pakistan’s Fellowship cohort placed in Karachi. During their time at the school, they had noticed that the students in the school didn’t have any activities to do beyond studies. There were no sport facilities in the school for students to engage in.


Iman, Sahar and Javeria's collaboration with their school staff

Multiple rounds of school closure and social isolation during the pandemic had resulted in amplifying the disruptive behavioural patterns in the students. It had posed several challenges for teachers to rethink instructional design and teaching methodologies in a way that caters for the needs of the students.

Watch 2019 Alum Ayesha Butt share about building partnering with the community and building a Learning Center amidst of the pandemic

Watch how 2019 Alum Rida Rizvi shifted the culture of corporal punishment in her school.


Dr. Ehsan Mahmood
Area Education Officer, Tarnol

Teach For Pakistan Fellows are not only well-trained and qualified but are also really committed and dedicated to the work they do. The work they have done during school closures is remarkable. They made sure their students' learning doesn't stop. They made WhatsApp groups to stay in touch with their students and put in every effort to reach all of their students.


Ms, Musarat Majeed
Principal, IMCG Rajwal

Teach For Pakistan's impact on students, teachers, and the community is unprecedented. The amount of dedicated effort that these Fellows put in their students has never been seen before. While parents previously only used to show up to school on necessary parent-teacher meetings, now they are actively involved in the school and their children's learning as Fellows constantly find new touchpoints with them. The community impact  For Pakistan is exemplary

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