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Most parents encourage their children to dream big. And why shouldn’t they? Life is full of endless possibilities, and every parent believes their child has a right to be happy and successful.

Yet, all around us are other children – ones with little opportunity to even dream of a better life. Poverty deprives them of their childhood, their right to a good education, and a fair opportunity to pursue their hopes and dreams.

Every child deserves a good education and a fair chance to pursue their dreams. For over 24 years, The Citizens Foundation has been committed to empowering the dreams of such children through quality education, transforming them into agents of positive change.

Join us in this movement as we continue to brighten the future of millions of children through the power of education and enable them to achieve their dreams.

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Providing Education across the Nation

In more than 700 sites across Pakistan, we are on-the-ground providing quality education where it is needed the most.

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Our Stories

Join us in this movement as we continue to brighten the future of millions of children through the power of education and enable them to achieve their dreams.

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A brave mother suffering from cancer maintains her emotional resilience while her daughter is beginning to find her path to becoming a doctor.

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A young boy decides to become a nurse after witnessing his loved ones struggle to get emergency care at hospitals.

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A boy in the scorching heat of Naushahro Feroze is shaping pots to make some money off his sweat and clay.


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Shaheen, married at age of 10 in Jhangesar, Sindh, pleaded with her parents not to send her to her husband’s house before she completed her matriculation.

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Daughters of a rickshaw driver from a broken neighbourhood of Korangi are on their path to success through education.