Prolonged school closures have exacerbated the education crisis in Pakistan. For underprivileged children facing a stark digital divide, learning has been severely interrupted. Nearly a million children are expected to drop out of school due to the impact of COVID-19* – losing out on their dreams forever.

TCF is committed to bringing these children back into their classrooms where they can experience the joy of learning again. As TCF schools re-open with precautionary measures in place, our faculty is ensuring all children, particularly girls, return to school.

*The World Bank Report “Learning Losses in Pakistan due to COVID-19 School Closures”

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TCF is ensuring our children’s education is

BACK ON TRACK

  • Prioritizing Mental Health

    A dedicated time ‘Khair Maqdam’ (Welcome) is built in the day to help children engage in stress management activities and cope with potential mental health repercussions of the pandemic.

  • Addressing Learning Losses

    TCF has put in place a structured Remediation program based on global best practices to help children recover from learning loss caused by school closures.

  • Providing Teachers Support

    TCF is ensuring all TCF teachers and principals across Pakistan are vaccinated and have the necessary skills and tools available to support learning post COVID-19.

“I feel so happy and relaxed after the Khair Maqdam period. Our teacher asks us how we are doing and feeling and also makes us do fun exercises.”

Zainab | Class 4
TCF school Professor Yameen Muhammad, Machar Colony, Karachi.

Amid all challenges, TCF implements NEW Innovative Programs!

My teacher read us a story called Jhoola Jhoolti Makri (The Swinging Spider) which was about a spider who spun the web even though it kept breaking. It made me realize I shouldn’t give up and keep trying.”

Ahmad Umair | Class 5
TCF school Riaz Tata Campus, Korangi, Karachi.

This Season of Giving, help TCF reignite dreams of underprivileged children!