Rupani Foundation participated in the 2nd National Conference on Early Childhood Care & Education, as a co-organizer.
Al Noor community in Karachi is a migrant population with 130 households and 780 individuals. Majority of the population is associated with low income professions or relies on daily wage laborious tasks. Resultantly, they fail to suffice economic grievances of the people.
Rupani Foundation Gilgit organized a month long training course for Family Supports Motivators (FSMs) of Agah Walidain new Replications 2018. Participants from 4 districts of GB, Gilgit, Ghizer, Hunza and Nagar were selected for this training course.
Rupani Foundation has been working in close collaboration with the Government of Sindh to supplement its efforts in mainstreaming Early Childhood Care and Education. Funded by the Open Society Foundation, Rupani Foundation is piloting Agah-Walidain Approach in 10 government primary schools of district Badin.
Program Manager Rupani Foundation, Sindh, after returning from a training in USA on Child Rights and Child Protection, organized a session in Community Based School Tando Muhammad Khan, Sindh, on the same theme.
Early Learning Model (ELM) students’ final assessment day was celebration with parents at ELM center Gilgit. In this event, the everyday assessment and activity booklet of all students were shared with their parents. In addition to this, ELM team granted awards to the children under various categories including: music smart, language smart, art and craft smart, and more. The event took place on December 15, 2015.