WHO WE ARE?
Education is the fundamental source for positive change in any society and in an individual. We can emerge as nation and produce best individuals by one mean that is education. Unfortunately Pakistan is from amongst the countries that do not possess an impressive rate of literacy. Because of this reason, large number of population is either under-privileged or living even below the subsistence level.
So, people residing in these far-flung areas can’t even imagine to acquire education not just because of inherent expenses like high fees, cost of books and stationery, uniforms etc.Read more
To promote education and to induct Islamic values for the betterment of individuals and to flourish a healthy society.
Educational Awareness in the less privileged urban, rural, politically instable and disaster struck areas through formal structured age-wise educational setups and informally in camps and tents for internally displaced persons.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?
Academic research through assessment at ground level formulates our
unified syllabus, centralized assessment
teacher’s capacity building program and other supportive publications
Started from a few “Baithak” schools in Pakistan became 138 schools nationwide, each providing a service to local less-privileged areas through full time primary education, teachers training and community events. All our schools are connected through the “Baithak School Network” and managed from SEW Head office in Karachi
people residing in these far-flung areas can’t even imagine to acquire education not just because of inherent expenses like high fees, cost of books and stationery, uniforms etc. but also due to non-existence of schools in their localities. If there are any schools, they are miles away from their residential areas.
ALL FEMALE FACULTY
Society for Educational Welfare (SEW) is feminine dominant organization. Female volunteers are heading the organization. Paid female staff is serving at schools. Male staff is running the business at Head Office. SEW has feminine volunteers across country. All our schools are connected with their respective Cluster Coordinator. Cluster Coordinator is bridging the school with head office. There are 24 female Cluster Coordinators currently serving in the field and supervising schools.
Baithak's Purpose-built Schools
SEW embeds purpose-built Baithak School to provide quality learning environment