The Citizens Foundation (TCF) is implementing tech-enabled learning throughout 1,800 TCF schools with the help of Jazz, Pakistan’s top digital operator and a member of the VEON Group, delivering a superior educational experience for more than 250,000 children nationally.
23 computer labs have already undergone renovations as part of this programme, and all TCF schools now have a school administration tool that provides efficient, transparent, and accurate data gathering and management for all students, professors, and non-faculty staff.
While the computer curriculum under the DLP (Digital Literacy Program) for grades 6–8 is specifically created to equip students with digital-age skills, the blended learning solution for primary students is an innovative approach that combines online and offline education to provide a more interactive and engaging learning experience.
The digitalization project also made it possible to translate textbooks and educational resources for grades 6 and 7 into Urdu, resulting in the creation of a bilingual curriculum and a scripted bilingual lesson plan. In addition, 700 Android phones were delivered to schools across the entire TCF network, which aided in implementation of blended learning program.
Aamir Ibrahim, CEO of Jazz, commented on the effort, “We are pleased to have worked with TCF on this significant project to digitally transform schools and give children access to the most recent technology. Jazz continues to pool its resources and expertise in order to develop long-term, sustainable solutions and partnerships that benefit both individuals and the larger community. Jazz is motivated by the desire to digitally empower youth and to help the Government of Pakistan realise its vision for Digital Pakistan.”
The female teacher training programme is also an essential component of the funding since it will digitally empower women to assume more leadership roles and maximise their performance, which has been a significant priority area for Jazz in order to create an inclusive and equal society.
This cooperation with TCF is another significant step in Jazz’s history of leading youth and women empowerment initiatives. Jazz satisfies the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 4 – Quality Education; 5 – Gender Equality; 9 – Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure; and 10 – Reduced Inequality – through this programme.
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