INNOVATE EDUCATE INSPIRE PAKISTAN

Innovate Educate & Inspire (IEI) Pakistan is a Non-Profit Volunteer Organization with a vision to promote sustainable development and a culture of peace and tolerance for diversity, through Quality Education & Creative Art.

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Storytellers of the Karakoram - An Illustrated Stories Project.

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Arts in Education

Our Art Programs are carefully designed by Fine Artists to develop Imagination & Creativity in young children thus creating inclusion, appreciation for diversity & a desire for discovery. Each activity is designed to develop Imagination & Creativity, skills essential for a child's healthy development, using mixed mediums including painting, music, writing or conceptual installation art.

All Inclusive Spaces

With an architect & artist duo we are creating spaces that are safe, creative and nurturing. Willow Tree IEI Libraries are not just equipped with books but also with science inspired art installations and multimedia units. A lot of hard work goes into creating these spaces that promote Environmental Art by using recycled wood available in the environment and transforming it into colorful inspiring designs and spaces.

Innovative Activity Based Education

At IEI we believe in asking our students What do you want to create instead of What do you want to be!
By combining Science, Technology, Language Arts & Humanities we are taking innovation to our classrooms to promote Maker Culture and equip our students to meet Global Challenges. We want our students to become lost in the possibilities of what can be, to create, discover and explore!

Volunteer Programs

We believe Volunteerism helps in creating bridges across the diverse cultures and regions of the country is imperative for long term Peace. It is only by building bridges, Integrating & Interacting that we can understand each other, grow to respect one another and appreciate what makes us beautiful: our diversity.

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Marvi Soomro

I started ‘Innovate. Educate. Inspire Pakistan’ (IEI Pakistan) in June 2016. I've a degree in Software Engineering & worked in the IT Sector for quite a while before I found my true calling, packed up, gathered volunteers & began work in the remote Misgar Community in Hunza. I'm on the field during our programs and can be found sitting in an open field, reading a book with children, working with them on creative writing or even cooking a hearty meal for our Volunteers!

I truly believe that understanding each other is at the heart of achieving long term peace and Innovative Education & Creative Self Expression are the perfect mediums to get there. With IEI Pakistan We hope to create a platform that helps us bridge our distances and teach us to appreciate the diversity that makes Pakistan what it truly is.

Karimie Hunzai

I am the Co-Founder & Director Art & Spaces, I'm a sculptor Artist by Profession and I've been working in the Hunza Region since 2013 for Inclusion through Art. We are working to create cultural bridges between the like minded youth in the big cities & the people of our remote communities. The idea is to create a sense of inclusion that leads to long term peace building and I am looking at devising plans & nurturing ideas to use art to nurture the young minds & work in collaboration with Volunteer Artists.
I'm on the field and can often be seen working with children on a canvas, creating community environmental art installations or disassembling junk furniture for our All Inclusive Libraries.
The idea is simple - Art & Spaces for Community, Art & Spaces for Public!

Minal Wyne

The idea of the activity was to introduce the children of Kirmin to abstract art in a fun way. It started off with learning color mixing and introducing them to different emotions that each color represents. For example we told them how blue represents calmness, and red represents warmth and when you mix the two you get purple, which in turn carries the properties of both blue and red.
For the Annual Parents Day Program, students of grade II, III, Sir Aziz-ur-Rahman and I did a collaboration of English and Wakhi and represented Pakistan through faces and language of Kirmin. The students dressed up as Sindhi, Balochi, Punjabi and Pathan in pairs. I dressed up as a Gojali.

ZAINAB MAJEED

The idea of the activity was to introduce the children of Kirmin to abstract art in a fun way. It started off with learning color mixing and introducing them to different emotions that each color represents. For example we told them how blue represents calmness, and red represents warmth and when you mix the two you get purple, which in turn carries the properties of both blue and red.

Aliza - Student CBS School, Misgar

Spitfire Spelling Rounds with Aliza, a student of Grade 2 at the Community Based School Misgar during an English Class with Syed Misbah Uddin, volunteer from Lahore.

IEI in Collab with TajarbaGah: Introducing Maker Culture

We at IEI believe innovation in education is imperative to ensure we have a future generation who are the leaders & creators of tomorrow. With regular curriculum advancement still a thing of the future for us at policy level we need to look for other sources and means of bringing that innovation to our classrooms. For this reason during our Fall'17 program in Misgar we collaborated with a Maker Organization called TajarbaGah (https://www.facebook.com/tajarbagah/). An organization with a vision to bring technological and digital literacy to the children in Pakistan.

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