CHILDREN’S GLOBAL NETWORK, PAKISTAN (GUARANTEE LIMITED)

 

  • 2002
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    Establishment of Children’s Global Network Pakistan

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    Our Aim: To enhance the exposure of modern technologies to the children of marginalized communities.

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    Implementation of a unique CRI Methodology

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    Inspired from George Soross Foundation

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    Step by Step program Launched : Teachers, students and Mentors, Government authorities: Trained using this methodology

  • 2003
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    Parents and Teacher Training Conducted In Rawalpindi, Karachi and Islamabad

     

  • 2004
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    Pakistan’s Intelligentsia, Master Teacher Trainer, Educationists from Pakistan sent to U.S.A for Training

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    Name of the Training: ‘Creating Democratic Classrooms’

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    Impact: Learning new methodology and novel techniques of education

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    Family Literacy Program Introduced: Provided literacy to the parents and siblings and then transferred to the children as well as homes.

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    40 Universities educational faculty trained (all over Pakistan)

  • 2005
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    Due to the effects of devastating earthquake, Child Friendly spaces and Disaster Prone Tent Schools were created in Kashmir and Balakot. The beneficiaries of this project were 700 people.

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    In the same year the Project of Interactive Teaching and Learning Program targeting 105 schools was launched.

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    Mentors from government training department

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    This project was launched in 400 schools in FDE Schools

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    Teacher’s Resource Center were established where they were equipped with resources

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    Training is ongoing till Present

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    The greatest impact of this program was that this methodology was implemented in all rural and urban schools. Mentor skills were polished and this methodology became a permanent aspect of FDE.

  • 2006
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    U.S President George W. Bush Visit

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    CRI Expansion Training 2006

  • 2007
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    All schools KG-5 classrooms equipped with this methodology

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    Program ED-LINKS Links to learning was launched

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    Student exchange program, Teacher exchange program Launched in KP, Baluchistan, Sindh sent to United States for Training.

  • 2008
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    Methodology amended where child friendly schools and interactive teaching methodology were merged

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    School Development plan was launched involving school councils

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    Implemented in 98 schools

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    M.s Mehnaz with First Lady Laura Bush (White House Symposium)

     

  • 2009
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    School improvement plan in conflict Areas in Buner

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    30 Early Childhood centers established

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    Establishment of Centers for IDP’s in Peshawer: To reduce the impact of conflict

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    Meeting with U.S Secretary state Hilary Clinton

     

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    UNICEF Child Friendly School International Course 23-28 November 2009

  • 2010
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    Flood in 2010

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    In collaboration with UNOCHA , 208 schools in Muzaffargarh were refurbished involving school councils. Furthermore, Teachers were trained and learning materials were provided.

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    Methodology of Creating child friendly schools launched

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    In collaboration with Punjab Education Foundation, Capacity buildings of teachers in South Punjab on interactive teaching methodology

  • 2011
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    Established Post Primary Education Centers/ Non-Formal Education Centers for girls between ages 13 – 19 years and enhanced Access to Post Primary (elementary & secondary) schools and Life Skills Based Education (LSBE) for Girls.

  • 2012
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    CGN-P conducted 9 divisional level meetings in Sargodha, Gujranwala, Bahawalpur, Faisalabad, Sahiwal, Multan, Dera Ghazi Khan, Rawalpindi and Lahore.

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    Various stakeholders from different professions were invited to actively engage and give feedback on the clauses of the law.

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    The Recommendations were on Governance of the Education Sector, Teachers/Human Resources, Infrastructure, Inclusion, Incentives, Awareness and Curriculum

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    Parent teacher councils ownership and training

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    Skills For Employability Program Implemented: Training the youth of Pakistan to tackle education emergency by initiating their educational enterprise.

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    In 2012 CGN-P in collaboration with Punjab Skills Development Fund in South Punjab in 2012, trained 400 young aspiring entrepreneurs (75 percent females) from Southern Punjab (Bahwalpur, Bahawalnagar, Lodhran and Muzaffargarh).

  • 2013
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    Skills for Employability Launched in Swabi and Mardan

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    During 2013-14 CGN-P trained 300 youth in district Swabi and Mardan. Approximately, 2400 children are the beneficiaries of this program and 60% of the trained persons take initiative towards educational reform in their area

  • 2014
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    ILM-Possible

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    Youth skills

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    Parwaan

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    Civic Education

  • 2015
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    Vision to Continue Providing skills and opportunities to the children, youth and adults of Pakistan and enhance their access to quality education.