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.