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Pakistan Army and Frontier Corps Launched a New Program, ‘Education for All’ in Tribal Areas

In a commendable joint initiative, the Pakistan Army and Frontier Corps (FC) have embarked on a transformative journey to bring education to the forefront in conflict-affected tribal areas. The newly launched program, “Taleem: Tolo Da Para” (Education for All), in collaboration with the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government, marks a significant stride towards ensuring that the light of education reaches the darkest corners of the region. This collaborative effort aims to empower the local population, particularly the youth, by providing access to quality education and skills development.

Reviving Education in Conflict-Affected Areas

The heart of this groundbreaking initiative lies in the revival of educational infrastructure in regions that have long been affected by conflicts. Nine pilot projects, including areas like Mohmand Tera and Dara Adam Khel, have been strategically chosen to make education more accessible. These projects are expected to benefit over 4,000 boys and girls, bringing hope and opportunities to those who have faced the brunt of instability.

As part of the comprehensive program, 24 dormant schools have been reactivated, breathing new life into educational institutions that had succumbed to the challenges posed by conflicts. This revival not only symbolizes a commitment to education but also lays the foundation for a brighter future for the children of these areas.


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Empowering Communities Through Education

One of the distinguishing features of the “Education for All” program is its holistic approach to community empowerment. Beyond the classroom, the initiative includes training sessions for 250 adults, aligning with the vision of not only educating the youth but also uplifting the entire community. By imparting valuable skills and knowledge to adults, the program seeks to create a sustainable impact, fostering self-sufficiency and resilience.

Commitment to Development in Conflict Zones

The collaborative effort between the Pakistan Army, Frontier Corps, and the provincial government underscores a deep commitment to addressing the educational needs of conflict-affected regions in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. By investing in education, the program aims to break the cycle of poverty, ignorance, and instability that often plagues such areas.


The “Taleem: Tolo Da Para” (Education for All) program is not merely a testament to the commitment of the Pakistan Army and Frontier Corps but a beacon of hope for the communities living in the shadows of conflict. Through the revival of schools and the provision of training opportunities, this initiative is poised to make a lasting impact on the lives of thousands, contributing to the overall development and well-being of the local population.

Sapphire Builders & Associates appreciates Pak Army for the launch of this program as the program unfolds, it will not only illuminate the minds of young learners but also illuminate the path towards a more prosperous and stable future for the tribal areas of Pakistan.

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