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MIED ‘s Programmatic Activities (2003 to 2018)

MIED’s Programmatic Activities (2003 to 2018)

  • School Improvement Program (SIP) through Community Mobilization in KPK (Mansehra, Chitral, Abbottabad), AJ& K (Muzaffarabad), Gilgit-Baltistan (Ghizer), Punjab (Chakwal, Mianwali).
  • Community Based Early Childhood Care and Development in Mansehra, Chakwal, Chitral, Islamabad (slum Areas) and Ghizer.
  • NFE (Fast Track Education Program) in Chakwal and Islamabad
  • Social Cohesion and Peaceful Co-existence Programs in Afghan Refugee hosted Districts in Pakistan (KPK = Mansehra, Mardan, Peshawar, Punjab = Mianwali, Sindh = Karachi, Baluchistan = Pishin & Quetta) through provision of Inclusive Education.
  • Child Right Programs
  • Advocacy & Social Mobilization in Ghizer, Mianwali, Chitral, Battagram, Abbottabad and Chakwal
  • Research & Documentation
  • Lesson Plan Development for Govt. Schools based on National Curriculum 2006
  • Conducting Evaluation Studies and Baseline Surveys
  • Internship for Fresh Graduate
  • Community Physical Infrastructure (CPI) Development Program in Abbottabad through Funding support from PPAF (2014 to date) – formation of Cos, VOs WOs and their capacity building and panning with them for their small scale Infrastructure improvement work

MIIED’s Major Achievements (2003 to 2018):

 

  • MIED has been certified as non-for-profit (NPO) by Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy (PCP).
  • MIED has been a vigilant contributor to Rescue, Relief and Educational Rehabilitation processes in the unfortunate 2005 Earthquake calamity in the affected KPK and AJK regions and 2010 Flood. MIED implemented successfully many projects of education in emergency situation particularly with Education rehabilitation projects in District Mansehra and Battgarm of KPK and Muzafferabad of AJ7K in Partnership with Plan International Pakistan, UNICEF and Care International Pakistan. Our Educational projects for IDPs in the camps were very effective in engaging children and their communities and teachers in a systematic learning process
  • As an acknowledgement of MIED’s significant contribution with education response after earthquake in Mansehra and Battagram districts of KPK in 2005, MIED has been awarded with “Certificate of Appreciation’ by Pakistan Army.

 

 

  • MIED as an organizationis now registered in the UNICEF CSOs Database of potential future partners.
  • MIED has got the requisite expertise to design, plan and deliver Teachers Training, Leadership Training, Mentoring, ToT and in conducting Educational Researches. MIED has trained over 25000 Teachers and School Heads in activity based and child centered teaching methodology. It has also successfully engaged over 4800 PTCs/SMCs/SCs to participate in our programs and grasp their role in handling school problems by congenially arriving at workable solutions.
  • MIED has introduced the concept of SRCs (Students Representative Councils) in all SIP schools to bring about change through children participation in school activities. SRC is a structured body where students are involved in school development activities in a way that their voice is valued, their talent and skills are best utilized and their leadership potential is developed for their participation and contribution in school improvement program.

 

  • During 2009-2011 MIED in partnership with Plan Pakistan established community based ECCD centres in rural communities of Chakwal district. The centres were managed by the local communities. Looking at the success of the centres, government education department shifted most of the centres in government buildings and now the district education department is managing these centres.

 

  • MIED has been serving as a feeding unit in providing quality human resource support in education to NGOs nationally and internationally (AKF –Afghanistan, UNICEF, USAID, Plan International, Care International, EDC, IRC, World Learning, and many national NGOs).

 

  • During the flood 2010, MIED worked as Technical Partner of INGOs in their support to Education Rehabilitation in the affected districts in southern Punjab and Sindh and built capacity of local NGOs in implementing Educational services effectively in emergency situations.

 

  • MIED also provided with technical consultancy for the implementation of the DFID funded project “Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa Education Support Programme in Pakistan (KPESP)” to support the provincial Government of the KPK Pakistan. Under the consultancy MIED’s academic team and instructional designers worked with the subject specialists of the Directorate of Curriculum and teachers Education (DCTE) Abbottabad KPK and provided with technical support in developing Lesson Plans and Teachers Guide for 6 core subjects of class-6 under KESP’s priority of improving the curriculum, textbooks and learning materials.

 

  • Non Formal Education (NFE), Fast Track Secondary Education (FTSE) Programs and Girls Power Program (GPP) in District Chakwal and slum areas of Islamabad created opportunities and favourable conditions for around 2,200 out of school and dropped out girls in Islamabad. 1900 out of school and dropped out girls in District Chakwal who passed middle from AIOU and appeared in secondary level education from Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education Rawalpindi.