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Baacha Khan Trust Educational Foundation is an auxiliary of the Baacha Khan Trust, a registered non-profit Organization in Pakistan and Afghanistan that promotes peace, democracy, human rights, and development.The Trust was established in 2003.

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Political Leadership Training for Swabi, Shangla & Bannu
Thursday, 13 November 2014
BKTEF organizes Political Leadership Training for the youth of district Swabi, Shangla and Bannu Political Leadership Training for the youth of district Swabi, Shangla and Bannu concluded successfully on November 11, 2014. The training was held at the BKTEF Directorate from November 7, 2014 to November 11, 2014. Thirty participants attended the training. Resource Persons of the training were: 1. Dr. Khadim Hussain 2. Mr. Imran Khan 3. Ms. Gulalai Ismail 4. Ms. Samira Shams On the first day of the Training Mr. Imran Khan conducted a session on “Communication and Leadership skills”. The... Read more...
MD asks Principals to adopt KK model of Virtues & Values in school system
Wednesday, 29 October 2014
The virtues and value system of Khudai Khidmatgaar Movement must be reflected in the behavioral system of Baacha Khan Schools’ students and faculty”. MD BKTEF To assess academics, administration and community support of each Baacha Khan school, the Baacha Khan Trust Educational Foundation (BKTEF) holds principals’ meetings of all Baacha Khan Schools on monthly basis regularly. Meeting for the month of October was held on 29th October 2014 at BKTEF Directorate. The meeting was chaired by Dr. Khadim Hussain, Managing Director of BKTEF. Following participated in the meeting.... Read more...
Baacha Khan Schools Celebrate Malala Nobel Peace Prize
Saturday, 18 October 2014
Malala Nobel Peace Prize was celebrated in all Baacha Khan Schools with great zeal and enthusiasm on October 14 and 15, 2014 across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.All schools arranged special assembly to pay special tribute to the brave daughter of the soil, Malala Yousaf Zai. The celebration events started with recitation of the Holy Quran. Principals of Baacha Khan Schools delivered speeches on the occasion to highlight efforts and sacrifices of Malala Yousafzai for peace, education and human rights. Students of the Baacha Khan Schools narrated motivational stories and delivered speeches on various... Read more...
BKTEF Organized Provincial Youth Conference
Tuesday, 30 September 2014
The Baacha Khan Trust Educational Foundation organized Provincial Youth Conference at Peshawar on September 27, 2014. Ms Samira Shams and Gohar Nanghyal were the moderator of the conference. The Conference was formally started with recitation of Quran, and followed by introduction of the Participants. It was attended by 60 activists who had participated in the POLITICAL LEADERSHIP TRAININGS. The youth activists briefly shared their experiences regarding training and its impact on society. While discussing the feedback of the trainees Dr. Khadim Hussain emphasized the values of human... Read more...
Youth Traning for Mansehra & Batgram
Tuesday, 30 September 2014
Political Leadership Training for the youth of district Mansehra and Batagram Organized   Political Leadership Training for the youth of district Mansehra, D.I khan and Batagram concluded successfully on September 22, 2014. The training was held at the BKTEF Directorat from September 22, 2014 to September 26, 2014. Thirty participants attended the training. Resource Persons of the training were: 1. Dr. Khadim Hussain 2. Prof. Dr. Ijaz Khan 3. Prof. Dr. Sarfaraz Khan 4. Mr. Amjad Bhatti 5. Mr. Imran Khan 6. Ms. Samira Shams On the first day of the Training Mr. Imran Khan conducted a... Read more...
International Literacy Day Celebrated
Tuesday, 09 September 2014
World Literacy Day was celebrated at all Baacha Khan Schools with great zeal and enthusiasm on September 8, 2014. People from all walks of life including children, parent, school teachers, academia and elders of the society attended the events. The events started with the recitation of Quran. Students performed different skits to highlight the importance of literacy and speeches were delivered to throw light on the vision and mission of Baacha Khan. It was pointed out that Baacha Khan was the first person to draw attention of the pashtunes to education and created awareness about the role of... Read more...

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Vision

A social order that ensures individual liberties and collective well being is the vision that inspires us into action.

Mission

To empower the under-privileged people through quality education

Objectives

1. Provision of free subsidized quality educational services to the under-served communities in FATA/Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

2. Building a system of education that develops in students:

  • Critical and analytical thinking.
  • Problem solving and social skills.
  • Literary and artistic faculties.

3. Establishing a community based system of education through Community Education Committee (CEC) bodies.

4. Empowering women by educating and involving them in decision making processes at all levels.

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Our Inspiration

We take our inspiration from the Azad schools initiative of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (1890-1988), dearly called Baacha Khan by his people. He was the 20th century Pashtun reformer and non-violent freedom fighter of the Indian sub-continent against the British rule.

Achievements

We, in a short span of four years, have succeeded to establish fourteen Baacha Khan schools (Hyperlink Schools map)across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA, Pakistan; imparting free, liberal & quality education to 2487 male & female children. readmore


Aspirations

The BKTEF aspires to bring about Social Transformation through Critical Education, Youth Empowerment and Culture Revival. The BKTEF aspires to focus on female education in the future because of low female literacy rate in the target areas as well as threats readmore

The BKTEF aspires to bring about Social Transformation through Critical Education, Youth Empowerment and Culture Revival. The BKTEF aspires to focus on female education in the future because of low female literacy rate in the target areas as well as threats to female education. The BKTEF is also working on collaborating with development partners on youth & women development programs as well as regional peace initiatives.

Challenges

Religious extremism, precarious security situation, demand of the communities & non availability of adequate resources are some of the challenges in areas of operation for BKTEF; however, our work has not been hampered so far by these challenges readmore

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