Nurturing Tomorrow’s Minds:

Early Childhood Care and Education at Moawin Foundation

Explore how we contribute to building a strong foundation for lifelong learning and well-being in these crucial formative years.

Who we are?

Fostering a Solid Foundation for Every Child’s Future

At Moawin Foundation, we’re dedicated to providing accessible and quality early childhood care and education across Pakistan. Our focus is on establishing Early Childhood Education Centers through public-private partnerships, currently spanning remote areas in Gilgit Baltistan, Sheikhupura, Pind Dadan Khan, Islamabad, and Miranshah KPK. Through collaborative efforts with government schools, we’ve set up 13 ECCE centers, emphasizing not only education but also parental engagement and awareness workshops. Together, we lay the groundwork for a promising future for every child.

132+

Total number of Schools

33,000+

Number of Students Enrolled

2,200+

Teachers Trained

Early Childhood Care and Education

We’re upgrading secondary school education by swapping computers for high-performance tablets, fostering personalized peer learning. Internal research supports this approach, enhancing academic achievement and social skills.

Investing in Young Minds: Building a Brighter Future

Moawin Foundation is dedicated to providing quality early childhood care and education (ECCE) programs across Pakistan. We believe that every child deserves a strong foundation for learning and growth, and ECCE plays a crucial role in shaping their future.

Nurturing Children’s Cognitive Learning

Our ECCE program focuses on holistic development, nurturing children’s cognitive, physical, social, and emotional skills through engaging activities and play-based learning. We collaborate with government schools in remote areas through public-private partnerships, establishing centers and providing resources to ensure accessibility and quality education.

Early Childhood Education Centers

9 Schools

in Gilgit Baltistan

4 Schools

in Sheikhupura

2 Schools

in Karachi

1 School

in Islamabad

1 School

in PD Khan

The Lasting Impact of Early Childhood Care and Education

Investing in early childhood care and education has a profound and lasting impact on children’s lives. Here are some key benefits:

Stronger Foundation for Learning

Children who participate in ECCE programs are better prepared for formal education, demonstrating improved literacy, numeracy, and critical thinking skills.

Enhanced Social and Emotional Development

ECCE fosters important social and emotional skills such as communication, collaboration, and self-regulation, laying the groundwork for healthy relationships and positive interactions with others.

Improved Physical Health and Well-being

ECCE programs promote healthy habits and development, including proper nutrition, physical activity, and hygiene practices, contributing to a child’s overall well-being.

Reduced Inequalities and Increased Opportunities

By providing access to quality education, ECCE programs help bridge the gap between disadvantaged and privileged communities, contributing to a more equitable society and opening doors to future opportunities.

Stronger Families and Communities

ECCE programs not only benefit children but also empower families. By involving parents through workshops and awareness campaigns, we foster a supportive environment that contributes to stronger families and communities.

Sustainable Development

Investing in early childhood education is a crucial investment in the future. By nurturing young minds and creating a generation of well-educated and responsible individuals, we contribute to sustainable development and a brighter future for all.

Voices of Impact

Discover What Our Community Says

We visited the Moawin Foundation project near Sheikhupura, Pakistan. We were blown away by its scope and impact. Helping Government schools improve the quality of education, with training, supervision, and motivation of teachers is a collaborative effort – with the biggest bang for the buck.

Rashid Ahmad, MS, ME, PE, GE