The Sindh Basic Education Program in collaboration with Sindh Education Department and USAID, are to be set up a total of 106 schools in 10 districts of Sindh province of Pakistan at a cost of $159 million. In this regard school building was inaugurated at Sindhi Jamat Muslim Cooperative Society located at Bin Qasim town, Malir district.On the occasion Education Minister Sindh Syed Sardar Ali Shah, United States Consul General Mark Stroh is the chief guest.Education Minister Sindh, Syed Sardar Ali Shah has said that inauguration is a testament to the fact that Sindh Education Department is lighting candles for the promotion of education in the province with full commitment.
US Consul General Mark Stroh expressed his happiness over the establishment of schools and modern Education especially for girls under USAID with the Government of Sindh.
The American people pledged to continue to support the people of Pakistan and Sindh for Girls Modern education and health sector in the future as well. Stroh added.
Under Sindh Basic Education Program, 106 schools will provide modern quality education to more than 80,000 students of under privileged remote areas.
To run these schools, 10 private educational management organizations will manage 171 public schools under a public-private partnership out of these 81 schools will receive USAID support.