Malala Yousafzai addresses UN

Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai addressed the United Nations on Friday, July 12th, 2013 as part of her campaign to ensure free compulsory education for every child. Malala has been an advocate for women's education despite her struggle after being shot in the head by a Taliban gunman in Pakistan. Seeds of Learning continues to support an equal education for boys and girls in Pakistan at the Campus of Hope facility. "Malala has been able to amplify the spirit of self-sacrifice, patience and forgiveness," said Seeds of Learning Board President Azher Khan. "She spoke eloquently…continue reading →

Planting the Seeds of Learning: Part 1

Planting the Seeds of Learning: Part 1 Nearly 7 years after the tragic earthquake, Seeds of Learning is hosting its 7th Annual Fundraising Dinner in an effort to continue the momentum of hope and change that overpowers the destruction and devastation left behind. Follow the journey as we explore the mission, vision and history of Seeds of Learning in this 4-part blog series. On the morning of October 8th, 2005, a resounding 7.6 magnitude earthquake shook the core of northern Pakistan and activated the world into a frenzy of care, compassion and generosity.…continue reading →

Student of the Month Name:         Iqra Age:            9 Class:         5th Hobbies     Playing with dolls and Badmeton. Interest:      in study Talent :       She is good in Art Family Background:    She has one sister and one brother. Her father is disabled and mother is the Principal at a TCF school. She belongs to a family who is against the female education. Dream: she wants to become IPS  officer. She loves every one and she wants to work for her country.   Teacher of the Year Name:       Saima Gul Age:          34 She is MA, Bed.…continue reading →

Campus of Hope: March Update

Check out what is happening at the Campus of Hope. Ameen updates us on their “Seed of Hope” project and the “World Water Day.” Also, he talks about the sincere thanks from the students for their new supplies they received in October 2012. Assalam-o-Alikum. Hope you & all the supporters will be fine. These days we are working on “Seed of Hope ” all students and teachers are busy in planting new plants. After the long winter, all are waiting for the spring excitedly .  “Seed of Hope” is a project in which all…continue reading →

Seeds of Learning Condemns Recent Violence in Pakistan

Supporters of Seeds of Learning, We wholeheartedly condemn the recent spate of violence occurring in Pakistan. These types of actions must never be tolerated, and we as a people must band together to let people know that we won't allow this senseless violence. No one, regardless of age, race, creed, religion etc., should be subject to these types of actions. We stand with the Muslim Alliance of Indiana on this issue, their statement on the subject can be seen below. - The Seeds of Learning Team (Indianapolis-March 5, 2013) The Muslim Alliance of…continue reading →

Welcome to Seeds of Learning

There are over fifty-seven million school-aged children in Pakistan who don’t receive proper schooling.   Education for underprivileged children is the focus of SOL. There is a dire need for schools – built to high quality standards – especially in the earthquake-affected areas of Pakistan.   It is our belief that peace comes through education.   We have partnered with The Citizens Foundation to build and operate the Campus of Hope; it opened in 2007 and has been serving students and families in Bai Bala (Pakistan). Over 180 students are enrolled at Campus…continue reading →
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