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School Library

Read Pakistan has developed/ designed this initiative of “100, 000 School Libraries” by affirming intellectual freedom and the rights of all children to access library services and resources on an equitable basis regardless of age, race, gender, religion, nationality, language, or social status. Quality books and reading material is provided for those who are unable to use mainstream library services and materials.

Libraries established in Sindh

Read Pakistan establishes 2 school libraries at Karachi -SEP 2016

Read Pakistan establishes two more school libraries at;

  1. Government Girls Primary School Nasir Colony No 4 UC 2 Korangi and
  2. Government Boys Primary School Korangi 3 1/2. The schools are run and managed by PEN Schools providing free education to the unprivileged

Miss Syeda Fatima Hasan Gilani, Senior Vice Chairperson of Read Pakistan said that the libraries are established under the umbrella of “100, 000 school libraries” initiative of Read Pakistan. She further said that it is the first phase of the project in which we will establish 34 libraries in different parts of Sindh in next two months.

Read Pakistan establishes School Library at Government Boys Primary School Haji Puno Chung, Thatha/Makli, Sindh – November, 2016

Read Pakistan Library at Government Boys Primary School Haji Puno Chung, Thatha/Makli, Sindh.

300 books of Oxford, Goodword, Paramount and other quality publishers are provided to the 87 students. School is run by Progressive Education Network where sons of the poor are given free education.

‘Read Pakistan Library’ at Government Girls Primary School “Noor Mohd Brohi Thatta/Makli, Sindh”

‘Read Pakistan Library’ at Government Girls Primary School “Noor Mohd Brohi Thatta/Makli, Sindh” is another step forward to bring the vision of 100’000 school libraries into a reality.

The school has 43 girl students. 300 books in Urdu and English are provided at the school

Read Pakistan Library’ at Government Girls Primary School” Natho Khuman Thatta/Makli, Sindh”

‘Read Pakistan Library’ at Government Girls Primary School” Natho Khuman Thatta/Makli, Sindh” is another step forward to bring the vision of 100’000 school libraries into a reality.

The school has 69 girl students. 300 books (Urdu English) are provided at the school.

Read Pakistan’s school libraries at Thatha- PEN Schools

Read Pakistan establishes three school libraries on dated 31.08.2016 at PEN schools situated at Thatha, Sindh province, Pakistan.

Under an agreement with the PEN schools, Read Pakistan will establish 34 school libraries in different schools situated in different parts of province. The libraries will impact the lives of 7, 000 students of 34 primary schools at sindh which are run by the PEN Schools.

Farrukh Dall, Chairman Read Pakistan said that these books will help the children to build their imagination and will help them to discover themselves and life. He said that we are establishing these libraries under the umbrella of “100, 000 school libraries” to be established by Read Pakistan. He expected that this initiative will enrich the minds of the nation.

Read Pakistan Library at Government Boys Primary School Makhdoom M Hashim/Pir hanif shah jilani Makli

Read Pakistan estalished Library at Government Boys Primary School Makhdoom M Hashim/Pir hanif shah jilani Makli is another step forward to achieve the goal and a milestone to achieve the foresight of our chairman to bring change through the power of books.

 

Read Pakistan Library” at Government primary School, Police Line Makli/Ththa, Sindh

We do believe in the transformative power of books.

Books and Education are cited as the catalyst for development, poverty reduction, nutrition improvement, health gains, gender equality and empowerment, water and energy sustainability, economic growth, inequality reduction, environmental protection and resilience, and promotion of peaceful, just and inclusive societies.

But across the globe, including even here in the United States, tens of millions of

children don’t have access to the most basic educational tool: books.

Alhamdolillah, we are providing high quality books with the help of our fastest growing network to the children who never had an opportunity to get access to quality literature. Our recently established “Read Pakistan Library” at Government primary School, Police Line Makli/Ththa, Sindh is manifestation of the dream to change the world around us and fight the terrorism.

Libraries established in Punjab

 

Launch of ‘The Project Of The City Of Libraries’:

 

“ISLAMABAD- THE CITY OF LIBRARIES”

“Going to the library builds a kid’s imagination. Books help them discover themselves and the world” (Baltimore Oriole).

In the school library field, there are numerous studies and seemingly increasing stupidity in just ignoring them. The study by Dr. Ken Haycock, Director of the SLIS at San Jose State University shows that students, who attend schools with well funded, properly-stocked libraries managed by qualified teacher-librarians, have higher achievement, improved literacy and greater success at the post-secondary level. “The evidence is there for all to see,” says Dr. Haycock. “That’s why governments in the U.S., Europe and Asia are aggressively investing in their school libraries.

By establishing 300 Libraries 120 School Libraries

100 Smart Libraries

50 Reading Rooms (in Rural Areas) 30 Hospital Libraries.

Read Pakistan is committed to make Islamabad a City of libraries- first city known for such identity.

Read Pakistan, in collaboration with Kainaat School System, establishes ‘school library ‘at I-10/1, Islamabad. Students celebrate “Library Day”.

Read Pakistan established two more school Libraries at Government Girls Schools Under the project Islamabad the City of Libraries. Members of civil society teachers, Chairman UC G 7 Mr Ahmad and a large number of G 7 attended the inauguration

More than 1,000 children will get benefit of quality reading material.

100 Libraries in schools particularly in deprived areas children of whom haven’t access

to quality books.

Read Pakistan School Library” was established at Margalla Valley School

 

Islamabad: “Read Pakistan School Library” was established at Margalla Valley School,

Mohalla Munshi Hayat, Mera Jafar, G-12, Islamabad.Syeda Fatima Hasan Gilani, Senior Vice Chairperson of the Trust inaugurated the library

Read Pakistan School Library” was established at Library at Jamal Uddin

 

Afghani School

Rawalpindi: “Read Pakistan School Library” was established

at Jamal Ud din Afghani

School run by PAGE at Fauji Colony, Rawalpindi.

The school is run by PAGE, a non-profit organization where children of the poor have been provided free education. It is one of the five libraries established by us in partnership with PAGE. 300 high quality books were provided in

each school. Syeda Fatima Hasan Gilani, Senior Vice Chairperson of the Trust inaugurated the library.

 

Read Pakistan School Library at Government Girls Primary School Imam Ali Brohi Chhotto Chand Thatta, Sindh

“Read Pakistan School Library” has been established at Government Girls Primary School Imam Ali Brohi Chhotto Chand Thatta, Sindh. Material including 300 books are available now and shaking the souls of 31 little girls.

 

Read Pakistan Collaboration with APS systems

RP signed MOU in 2019 with APS systems for establishment of 125 libraries. Under the agreement, Read Pakistan will establish libraries in 125 schools run by Pakistan Army (Army Public Schools). The project will benefit more than 110, 000 children all over Pakistan.

We strongly believe in the “power of reading ” and the fact that the habit of reading can change the life of an individual from ” ordinary to “extra ordinary”.

Read Pakistan Library APS Chinar

Read Pakistan successfully established library at Chinar campus APS Murree where 1, 000 quality books were provided to 494 children.

Read Pakistan Library APS Kuldana, Murree

Read Pakistan in its spirit to promote the habit of reading across Pakistan successfully established another library for the APS Kuldana, Murree campus.

Read Pakistan Library APS Upper Topa

Read Pakistan in its spirit to promote the habit of reading across Pakistan successfully established another library for the APS Upper Topa.

Read Pakistan Library APS Clifdden, Murree

Read Pakistan in its spirit to promote the habit of reading across Pakistan successfully established another library for the APS Clifdden, Murree.

Read Pakistan Collaboration with MOAWIN FOUNDATION

Read Pakistan and Moawin Foundation signed agreement to establish Libraries in all public schools adopted by Moawin Foundation across the country. The agreement was signed by the Chairman Read Pakistan and Ahmad Jawad Member Board of Trutsees and Member Board of Trustees of Moawin Foundation Zulfiqar Ahmad. Board Member of Moawin Foundation including Admiral (R) Asif Sandila and Vice Admiral (R) Shahid Iqbal were also present in this delightful event.

In first phase, Read Pakistan establishes Read Pakistan Libraries in 7 public primary schools adopted by Moawin Foundation in Sheikhupura. The Moawin Foundation is a registered non profit body committed to promoting education for children from the most vulnerable, marginalized communities in Pakistan, to help them achieve their potential, and become productive members of society

 

Nahid Sabir Libraries in Schools of Moawin Foundation

Sheikhupura: Seven Read Pakistan Libraries named “Nahid Sabir Libraries” were established in the primary schools of Moawin Foundation in Sheikhupura.

 

Read Pakistan Collaboration with MOAWIN FOUNDATION

Read Pakistan and Moawin Foundation signed agreement to establish Libraries in all public schools adopted by Moawin Foundation across the country. The agreement was signed by the Chairman Read Pakistan and Ahmad Jawad Member Board of Trutsees and Member Board of Trustees of Moawin Foundation Zulfiqar Ahmad. Board Member of Moawin Foundation including Admiral (R) Asif Sandila and Vice Admiral (R) Shahid Iqbal were also present in this delightful event.

In first phase, Read Pakistan establishes Read Pakistan Libraries in 7 public primary schools adopted by Moawin Foundation in Sheikhupura. The Moawin Foundation is a registered non profit body committed to promoting education for children from the most vulnerable, marginalized communities in Pakistan, to help them achieve their potential, and become productive members of society

 

Read Pakistan Collaboration with Pakistan Sweet Home

 

READ PAKISTAN & Pakistan Sweet Home Signed MOU-2019

READ PAKISTAN and Pakistan Sweet Homes signed MOU to establish Libraries in all 31 center of Pakistan Sweets Home across the country. The MOU was signed by the Patron In-Chief ZAMMURD KHAN (HILAL-E-IMTIAZ) and Executive Director/Board Member Read Pakistan Sher Afzal Khan. Team Member of Pakistan Sweet Home i.e. Dr Shazia Director Sweet Home, Mr Abdul Wahid Baber Admin Officer, Mr Umer Hussain, Mr Waleed Hussain, COO Read Pakistan Mr Qasir Mehmood and others official was present in this delightful event.

Read Pakistan will establish Libraries in all 31 center of Pakistan Sweets Home across the country. Pakistan Sweet Home is primarily a home for orphan children who have lost one or both their parents where they are being provided boarding, education, co- curricular and recreational facilities. Pakistan Sweet Home started with a single child and today with the support from the sponsors; they have been able to establish 31 centers in all the four provinces of Pakistan, Gilgit and Azad Jammu Kashmir. Still a large number of orphan children are on the waiting list who can be brought into these facilities with your help.