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For this purpose, it provides pre-school and early primary education in the remote areas of Gilgit-Baltistan, Chitral and in some parts of Sindh.
More recently, it has launched a 100-hour Certificate Programme for the capacity development of early childhood classroom practitioners.
The evaluation of the Balochistan ECD Programme has determined the effectiveness of the programme in respect to stated project goals and objectives.
Achievements include: The first school of the Aga Khan Education Services, Pakistan (AKES, P) was established in 1905 in Gwadar, Balochistan.
With over 2,500 employees, of whom over 1,600 are teachers, AKES, P also gets support from over 2,000 volunteers.
Each day children are guided to develop skills in: The AKF(Pak) has made substantive contributions in the ECD sector while supporting the government’s efforts to improve access to and quality of early childhood development.
Over the past year, its comprehensive programmes, the ‘Releasing, Confidence and Creativity’ and ‘Balochistan Early Childhood Development’, have positioned AKF as a knowledge broker and leader in the development of ECD programmes.
Over a century later, it operates 160 schools and 4 hostels in Gilgit-Baltistan, Chitral, Punjab and Sindh, mostly in the rural areas.
With a diverse student population, these schools range from rural schools with less than a 100 students to large urban schools.
Today, the education activities of AKDN extend from early childhood development to operating the country's leading medical university.