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By: Fatimah Rubi Does freedom mean feeding a bird with food and water while keeping it inside a cage? The answer from many women is a Yes. They have accepted being fed by society; the basic rights they should have known for themselves.  Hunza is a richly cultured and very welcoming place, one that is...
By: Misbah Baig A famous actress once said “I found that ultimately if you truly pour your heart into what you believe in , even if it makes you vulnerable , amazing things can and will happen.”  That actress is Emma Watson. From GenZ’s perspective, she is a feminist icon. Why? Because she freely discusses...
By: Urwa Noor (Saheli Circle Pilot Cohort Member) I am a young confused girl. I am afraid to talk, my plans seem blur. I don’t know where my life is taking me. I do not have my perspective about anything. I am afraid of people judging me. I have trust issues. I cannot live my...
Do you remember the first book you read? Or the exact moment you opened up a doorway into a completely different realm and your life instantly became just a tad bit more ethereal? When you read your first story and gained a new sense of confidence, individuality and imagination?  The significance of reading books can certainly...
Innovate Educate Inspire (IEI) along with AbadTak conducts its first ever Climate Educator Training as part of the World Wide Teach-In with Bard College, New York. Innovate Educate Inspire (IEI) Pakistan recently joined more than 300 universities, high schools and other organizations around the world to focus the world on a critical question. What can...
IEI Young Filmmakers: Children explore the art of expression through filmmaking By - Team / Volunteer Story In the summer of 2021, IEI Pakistan organised a summer camp for children in the Khyber village of Gojal, Hunza. The camp was focused on creating joyful learning experiences for children using storytelling, but the kids were given the...
IEI Spring Fundraiser: Coming together for quality education in Pakistan By - Team / Team Story Karachi; On June 9, 2022, IEI Pakistan hosted its first ever fundraiser event in Karachi in collaboration with District 19. Our friends, supporters, and the artist community in Karachi gathered on Thursday night to celebrate IEI Pakistan’s work at the...
Learning without Internet: A student’s experience By - Aliza Ahsan / Community Student Story “I just want to say that is it our fault that we are born in places where there is no internet access?”Hello everyone, I am Aliza from a mountain village in Hunza called Misgar. My parents are farmers and shepherds but...
Cyclical inaccessibility: COVID-19’s impact on girls’ education By - Asiya Jawad / Team Story Girls’ education has been neglected all around the world, and especially in developing countries by governments, schools, and households. About 132 million girls were out of school before the coronavirus outbreak. Due to COVID-19 around 1.5 billion students all around the world have...
Staying in touch with our students: Connectivity & Creativity during COVID-19 By - Asiya Jawad / Team Story Even though we are hundreds of miles away from our students living in Misgar and Shimshal, they have created a strong, sacred space in our hearts which motivates us to educate them through innovative means. The pandemic...
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