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Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi exhibiting CSR activities at Children Literature Festival 2012 – Peshawar

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PESHAWAR, Nov 17: A two-day children’s literature festival held at Islamia Collegiate School was participated by hundreds of students and teachers from public and private schools from across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Fata. The festival, third in a series after Lahore and Quetta, was adorned with book stalls, cultural and educational goods, handmade clothes and traditional local dresses, and folklore instruments. ... Read More »

Knorr’s Healthy Snacking Program, Phase II Initiated

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After the successful completion of Phase I of Healthy Snacking Program 2012, Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi has now triggered the Phase II of the hygiene campaign across 7 districts of Pakistan. The pre summer phase benefited 550 schools in  Quetta, Charsadda, Mardan, Swat, Muzaffargarh, Hyderabad and Shikarpur. In Phase II of the campaign, 350 schools will be enrolled and trained in order to ... Read More »

Successful completion of Healthy Snacking Program, Phase I

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Knorr Foods joined hands with Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi this year in order to initiate their CSR Activity in the form of Knorr’s Healthy Snacking Programme coupled with the BigBook that would teach the children about the importance of communication and basic mathematics. The campaign took off by spreading its roots to 7 districts all over Pakistan including Hyderabad, Shiakrpur, Swat, Mardan, Charsadda, ... Read More »

Integration into DRR, Shikarpur

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ITA conducted various sessions of teachers trainings on various topics such as Disaster Risk Reduction, Early Childhood Development and Health and Hygiene in Shikarpur covering 90 schools in 3 clusters. Each cluster was trained for 2 days covering different aspects of health and wellbeing. The trainings were conducted in Shikarpur City, Ghari Yasin and Lakhi with 30 schools in each ... Read More »