Educating the Future: SRSP’s Commitment to Quality Education

Bridging the Gap: Access for All

Since 1997, SRSP has enhanced education access for out-of-school children, especially girls, in areas with inadequate government services. Our innovative models improve education delivery in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and the merged districts, adhering to Leave No One Behind (LNOB) principles and advancing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our main goal is to provide quality education for all, focusing on girls and boys in remote rural areas of KP and the seven merged districts.

Our Impact in Education

Schools build/Rehabilitated

Children Enrolled in Rural Areas

Adult Literacy Centers

Women Teacher Trained Professionally

PTC Trained

Transforming Learning Spaces

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Building and Rebuilding: SRSP has constructed or rehabilitated nearly 1,800 schools across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, enabling enrollment for over 80,000 students in remote areas.

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Enhanced Infrastructure: We provide major and minor repairs, rehabilitation, and construct concrete buildings. In crisis zones, SRSP utilizes innovative, quick-turnaround models using lightweight steel structures.

Stronger Schools, Stronger Communities: Partnering with Parents

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Trained 219,600 members across 27,060 PTCs in settled districts and 450 TIJs in merged districts.

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Launched a province-wide initiative with PKR 1.5 billion funding in partnership with the Government of KP.

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Organized and trained PTCs.

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Provided technical assistance for School Improvement Plans (SIPs).

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Facilitated access to public funds for school improvements.

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Extended the model to merged districts in 2018.

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Established 60 inclusive PTCs, integrating 120 Afghan parents for the first time.

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Endorsed by the department, marking significant progress in promoting inclusivity and community engagement.

Empowering Education: Expert Support for Success

Technical Assistance to the Department of Education

UKaid Budgetary Support Programme

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Partnered with Adam Smith International to provide technical assistance in 13 districts.

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Embedded resources to enhance education planning, budgeting, management, and monitoring.

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Supported the development and implementation of District Education Plans in Shangla, Upper Dir, and Torghar.

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Facilitated similar plans in Peshawar, Haripur, and Nowshera.

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Developed 3 Inclusive District Education Plans with annual targets for inclusive education as outlined in the Education Sector Plan 2020-25.

Building Brighter Futures: Scholarships, Skills, and Second Chances

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Empowering Women: SRSP's 264 adult literacy centers equip over 6,636 women with numeracy, literacy, and life skills, fostering economic opportunities and community development.

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Scholarships for the Future: We've awarded over 800 scholarships, including support for girls pursuing law, to help youth overcome challenges and continue their education.

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Reaching Out-of-School Children: 50 Accelerated Education Centers, in collaboration with UNICEF, provide condensed courses for 1,769 children (including Afghan refugees) who wouldn't otherwise have access to education.

Restoring Education Post-Floods: Swift Action for a Brighter Future

In response to the devastating 2022 floods in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, SRSP launched several urgent education projects with support from Save the Children International, UNICEF, FCDO, GIZ, and the British Council. These initiatives ensured education continuity and safe learning environments for children in flood-impacted areas. Key achievements include:
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Temporary Learning Centers: Established 27 centers and conducted 40 psychosocial support sessions.

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Educational Kits Distribution: Provided 2,061 learning kits and 406 teacher education kits.

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Child-Friendly Spaces (CFS): Created six spaces, managed 31 referral cases for specialized care, and distributed 172 recreational kits.

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School Frame Tents: Supplied 31 tents for learning and recreation.

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Hygiene Awareness: Conducted sessions and distributed 872 dignity kits.

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School Rehabilitation: Rehabilitated 13 schools, restored two healthcare facilities, and improved eight school drinking water supply schemes.

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Child Protection Training: Trained 17 teachers and formed six child protection committees.