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Head Office
TF Basement, State Life Building #05, Nazimuddin Road, F-6/4, Islamabad, Pakistan
+92 51 2827797/98
Liaison Office
2nd Floor Firdousi Building, Rustum G-Lane Jinnah Road, Quetta, Pakistan
+92 81 2822481

Regional Office
ARC Building, 88-A, Chaman Housing Scheme, Airport Road, Quetta.
+92 300 8388945

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Project Portfolio

Taaleem Foundation promotes educational and research activities by establishing high quality schools and learning centers; and encouraging female participation in mainstream education in the tribal areas. Gender awareness, participatory & consultative culture, public-private partnership and self-sustenance are the hallmarks of this organization. Quality schooling, modern curriculum, co-education and all-female faculty are few of the success factors of this schooling system. The project portfolio of consultancy related works done over the years is given as follows:

  • Need Assessment of formal education for boys and girls in the tribal districts of Balochistan: Government of Balochistan – 1991
  • Need Assessment for replicating the qualitative education model developed by Taaleem Foundation in Kohlu – Balochistan): Government of Balochistan – 1991
  • Situational Analysis of examination system in Balochistan with a view to introduce testing reforms: BEF – 1995
  • Benchmark Setting for improving quality education in public sector primary education system: Balochistan Education Foundation – 1996
  • Training Need Assessment of the teaching staff at Taaleem Foundation Grammar School System in Balochistan: BEF – 1997
  • Need Assessment of the Situation for enhancing access to girls education in Balochistan: World Bank - 1998
  • Situational Analysis of curriculum revision needs for Primary Education in Balochistan: World Bank - 1998
  • Urban Fellowship Girls School Project (Enhancing of girls enrollment in Urban Areas of Balochistan): World Bank – 1998;
  • Situational Analysis of rural economy of Malakand Region (Swat, Buner, Malakand and Shangla districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) with a view to devise women-responsive gender strategy and poverty alleviation interventions: ADB - 2001
  • Desk Review and compilation of report on “Gender Strategy” for Malakand Rural Development Project: ADB – 2001
  • Capacity Building of Election Staff (Training of local government staff for conduct of general elections): UNDP - 2002;
  • Institutional and Infrastructure strengthening of Taaleem Foundation education system through the support provided by Balochistan Education Foundation: 1999-till date
  • Benchmark/ Baseline Setting for Pakistan Petroleum Limited (PPL) Welfare Trust Scholarship Scheme for the students of Balochistan, desirous of Secondary and Higher Secondary education in the boarding schools of Pakistan: PPL – 2010
  • Benchmarking for integrating the students of TF Grammar School System Balochistan with Pak-Turk Schools and Colleges in Pakistan: Pak-Turk Education Foundation – 2010
  • Need Assessment for establishing a Girls Vocational Training Centre at Sui (District Dera Bugti – Balochistan): Pakistan Petroleum Limited - 2012
  • Need Assessment for establishing a private virtual campus of “Virtual University” in Sui (District Dera Bugti – Balochistan): 2013
  • Conduct of Teachers training for the school teachers of both public and private sector schools in Zhob district of Balochistan in collaboration with Intel Corporation Pakistan: Intel – 2013
  • Training of Trainers for the Principals and management support staff of TF School System, in collaboration with Intel Corporation Pakistan: Intel – 2014
  • Training on Financial Management for non-financial managers in collaboration with Intel Corporation Pakistan and NCRD (National Centre for Rural Development): Intel – 2014
  • Training on School Management for the management staff of TF Grammar School System, in collaboration with NCRD (National Centre for Rural Development: NCRD – 2014
  • Establishment of Girls Vocational Training Centre at Sui (Dera Bugti – Balochistan): PPL – 2014