The YAD-Pakistan’s response to SDG: 4: Quality Education for All
We are committed for ensuring quality and inclusive education for all and promoting lifelong learning. We not only need to know how many boys and girls are in primary and secondary school based on enrollment figures, we need to understand how good their education is, their level of attainment, and the number of teachers in their schools. A good education gives us all the chance to build the life we want, and for children born into poverty, it is an essential part of their escape route. Obtaining a quality education is the foundation to creating sustainable development. In addition to improving quality of life, access to inclusive education can help equip locals with the tools required to develop innovative solutions to the Pakistan’s greatest problems
  • Advocating for formulating equality, quality, quantity, accessibility, acceptability, diverse and inclusive education policies, strategies and action plan to promote inclusive quality education and achieve 100% literacy rate by 2030 in Pakistan
  • Increasing literacy and enrolment & decreasing dropout rate of children in Pakistan
  • Innovation in education creating voices and accountability in education sector to allocate more human and financial resources and tracing, tracking & monitoring of the proper utilization of allocate resources in Pakistan
  • Providing and investment schools shelter, boundaries walls, educational scholarships, teacher training workshops, school building, improvement of water, hygiene, sanitation and electricity access to schools and strengthening community ownership through parents and teachers schools management committees in Pakistan
  • Strengthen education and learning programmes in all corners of Pakistan
  • To greet the schools children and schools with an SDG-branded toolkit with pens, pencils, copybooks, stationery and everything they needed to unleash their creativity in Pakistan
  • Improving realizing credibility and confidence, child development & pedagogy skills in Pakistan
  • Initiating schools accelerated programs to outreach to the outgoing schools and enrolled them with schools to decrease highest dropout rate and increased enrolment and literacy rate in Pakistan
  • Removing hate materials from syllabus, text books and curriculums and replacing human rights education, peace education, environmental education, echo system education, SRHR education, STIs education, communicable and non-communicable diseases education, disasters preparedness education, gender education, vocational education, technical education, citizenship education & civic education in Pakistan
  • Promoting digital education to better use information technologies to advance SDG4 through affordable, reliable and context-sensitive digital education to promote equal opportunities for girls and boys and reduce inequalities by ensuring every child has access to high quality content in Pakistan
  • Improves fundamental skills such as collaboration, problem solving and global awareness to connect boys and girls from different with the possibility of sharing their content with peers living away with learning technology can open future job opportunities in Pakistan
  • Promote gender equality, improve nutrition and create livelihoods opportunities within schools in Pakistan
  • Establishing public private schools that provide quality education in Pakistan
  • To build societies’ resilience through formal and informal education, including, public awareness and training for promoting sustainable development and improving the capacity of the schools, teachers, parents, people and communities to address environmental and development issues and to create green and decent jobs in Pakistan
  • Ensure that all learners acquire the knowledge and skills needed to promote sustainable development, including, among others, through education for sustainable development and sustainable lifestyles, human rights, gender equality, promotion of a culture of peace and non-violence, global citizenship and appreciation of cultural diversity and of culture’s contribution to sustainable development in Pakistan
  • To ensure preprimary, primary and secondary education, early childhood development, equal access to technical/vocational and higher education, relevant skills for decent work, gender equality and inclusion, effective learning environments, providing scholarships and quality teachers and educators in Pakistan