A Girl's Education. A Community's Future.
A Global Effect.

The Urgency of Girls' Education in Pakistan

Girls' Education and the Global Effect

Iqra Fund Impact To-Date:

27

partnering school communities in 3 districts of the remote, tribal north.

4,439

total girls enrolled and supported in primary through secondary school.

74

teachers hired and 94 teachers trained.

2020 Results:

86%

of 5th grade girls passed annual national exams.

92%

of girls in participating villages are enrolled in school (from 0% pre-Iqra Fund).

100%

of 6th-8th grade girls passed annual national exams.

46%

Within 3 years of partnering with Iqra Fund, communities invest in at least 25% of girls’ and 90% of boys’ school costs.

85%

of village leaders regularly participate in Iqra Fund capacity building workshops so they can better support their children’s education.

40

hours on average are invested in each teacher’s professional development each year.

Iqra Fund's Process

Iqra Fund establishes high quality self-sustaining school systems in the remote, mountainous regions of northern Pakistan.

We partner with local governments, community leaders, parents, and teachers to invest in long term student success, improving generational prosperity.

As the only INGO in this socially- and culturally-conservative war-torn region, we are dedicated to empowering all students, especially girls.