Khazeena (means treasure in Urdu). Education is one of the program areas of SACHET committed to its mission of promotion of human development in neglected areas, with an aim to provide equal and improved opportunities of education to the disadvantaged.
SACHET’s education program focuses on the provision of functional and vocational education to under-served and disadvantaged student communities in Rawalpindi and Islamabad districts.
SACHET Computer Training Project (Learn to Earn)
SACHET initiated the establishment of Computer Training Centers in rural communities (Shahdra, Banigala, Pinyali, Chakwal and Attock district) with the aim to equip the youngsters (girls and boys) with IT skills while offering least cost solution to unemployed youth through Learn to Earn Project.
The reason behind establishing the computer centers was to provide an easy access of computer education to the disadvantaged students of these areas as there was no computer training center in the surrounding areas.
Till June 2015 a total number of 4,987 students (girls and Boys) have learnt IT skills through our training centers.
Dr. A. Q. Khan Scholarship” is one of the Projects of SACHET’s Education Program. SACHET is running this project with the aim to provide equal opportunities of education to the needy but brilliant students. The beneficiaries of the project can be as many as can be easily adjusted within our limited budget. The scholarships granted encourage the beneficiaries to develop their hidden potentials and to help the Govt efforts to enhance the literacy rates by giving either full or partial tuition fees to the deserving candidates. Thus, these candidates are thus at no disadvantage as compared to students who can afford to pay the expenses from their own resources.
Dr. A.Q. Khan Scholarship project is only offered for the students residing within the vicinities of SACHET Community Development Program Areas located in Attock, Rawalpindi and rural Islamabad.
Priority is given to orphans and girls.
Till June 2015, a total number of 237 Students have received educational scholarships.
Dr. A. Q. Khan Documentation Centre – Khazeena Library
SACHET encourages and Supports research on the development issues. In the year 2002, SACHET established a documentation center at Head Office in Islamabad with an aim to provide comprehensive research facility with an offline and online (Internet) presence, to knowledge seekers on socio-economic development sector in Pakistan.
The center is facilitating students and researchers in conducting meaningful research on the issues of socio-economic importance, serving as a capacity building resource for SACHET’s own staff besides collecting, sorting and making available the research work done in the development sector in Pakistan.
The documentation centre is well equipped with books, manuals, research studies and reports from the other organizations and is used as a reference material for the academia, development professionals, journalists and students.