This approach aims to support the young participants in developing personal and professional skills and knowledge to successfully manage their independent life beyond the social care institution.
The program combines extra-curricular clubs conducted by our volunteers with educational support for the students through providing tools for success.
The purpose of education reforms globally is to improve early childhood education for vulnerable and underprivileged children and to ensure access to high-quality education. ‘The Bridge’ workbook was created to provide a solution for children with limited resources who are struggling to keep up with their peers during the COVID-19 crisis.
The workbook is aimed at enhancing soft skills such as communication and collaboration, which are crucial in the modern workplace. The author is passionate about optimizing education systems and identifying gaps to benefit the majority in their country. The author believes that instilling soft skills in early education is essential for building character and enhancing competence beyond the learning environment.
This is geared towards providing disadvantaged students with the tools and environment necessary to obtain a wholesome education.
We believe education is key towards a successful future and thus believe investing in providing students with the tools to be successful gives them a better chance at a better life for themselves and their families.
These extracurricular clubs are geared towards harnessing the inner potential of children and youth from disadvantaged backgrounds by starting Business & Entrepreneurship, Creative Arts and Sports clubs within target schools.
These clubs will be coordinated and run by PAK volunteers who will also identify promising members to be nurtured further by pairing them with mentors who are in line with their talents or skills.
The Somesha program is a platform to provide promising and gifted students from less fortunate backgrounds with a chance to further their studies. The program will help selected students who meet the criteria to apply and enroll in an institution of higher education and provide them with a full scholarship for the 2-year or 4-year program.
The program will also develop partnerships with educational institutions and other stakeholders to further build the scholarship.