Activities of Ujala Education Foundation

  • Ujala Education Foundation

Ujala Education Foundation (UEF) is registered as a non-profit organization under Companies Ordinance 1984.

The principal aim of Ujala Education Foundation is to provide the best quality of education to the less privileged segment of rural society, at an affordable cost. Presently, UEF is working in Tehsil Sohawa of District Jehlum and Tehsil Mankera of District Bhakkar.

Work done so far in these tehsils is as follows:

Activities in tehsil Sohawa of district Jehlum

  • A purpose built school (named Ujala School) has been established having 16 class rooms, a computer lab, auditorium and an administrative block.
  • Staffing: Head Teacher; Nine female teachers; four administrative & support staff.
  • Seven classes are in operation with 168 student enrolment.
  • A ‘Teachers’ Development Center’, which caters for regular teachers’ trainings, has been set up within the Ujala School premises.
  • Seven (7) Community Based Schools (CBSs) in seven different villages established.
  • 260 students (153 girls and 107 boys) enrolled.
  • Eleven (11) female teachers are engaged in these schools.
  • Each school has a 5 member School Management Committee.
  • Six (6) Early Childhood Development Centres (ECDCs) established in different villages having six (6) female teachers and enrolment of 128 toddlers.

Work done so far in tehsil Mankera, District Bhakkar

  • A small field office, headed by a field co-ordinator, three Trainers cum Social Organizers and one support staff, has been established in Mankera.
  • Ten (10) Community Based Schools (CBSs) established with a total of 473 students.
  • 17 teachers (6M+11F) engaged in these ten schools.
  • Each school has 5 member School Management Committee.

UEF Activity Summary

  • One purpose built model school (middle) established.
  • Seventeen (17) Community Based Schools (CBSs) established.
  • Six (6) Early Childhood Development Centers (ECDCs) established.
  • Total of 901 children (513 girls + 388 boys) are being provided with education.
  • 43 teachers (6M+37F) engaged.
  • 17 School Management Committees (SMCs) formed at village level.
  • One (1) Teachers’ Development Center (TDC) established.