Weʼre raising £428,500 to Establish Malala Women College in Multan, Pakistan
- Multan, Punjab, Pakistan
- Schools and education
- Time left
- 68 days to go
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The recent economical unrest in Pakistan has made even more families to needy for the free education.
Young League Pakistan is now being established a Women Degree College to provide mentoring for at risk 3000 female students in Multan, Pakistan Establishing the Women College, education, training and jobs for young unemployed (training in the modern educational techniques, student’s behavior, parents’ contribution and quality education).
Malala College is committed to an educational philosophy which acknowledges student phases of development that aim to provide a balanced and diverse education. To inspire girls to become extraordinary women in three years. After first year we will get our enrollment target.
Project capital cost \ start-up expenses come to 1, 88,500 USD, which is mostly stationery, legal costs, furniture, fixture and other associated expenses. It will also need 80,000 USD to recurring finance for the first year of operations. Total three year need for this project is 428500 USD. Student’s enrollment target is three thousand in 3 years and per student annual donation need is 143 USD.
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Young League Paklstan
Multan, Punjab, Pakistan
Young League Pakistan is running 12 primary, elementary and high schools in Multan, Pakistan since 1985, now YLP plans to establish a degree girl’s College to provide free intermediate and graduate education for girls who hail from the poorest sections of the society in Pakistan,
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