Pakistan Coalition for Education in collaboration with Ghazali Education Trust (GET) organized a round table conference to stress on the need for all political parties to make time bound commitments with regards to education in their party manifestos. The platform was used to reflect on manifestos of 2013 and the progress made in line with the education agendas defined by the political parties, five years down the road.
Pakistan Coalition for Education commemorated World Teachers' Day in collaboration with Human Development Foundation at Bahria University, Islamabad. "Democratic values begin in the classroom with empowered teachers" was the highlight of the talk organized to discuss the importance of empowered teachers to build sustainable future for societies.
PCE is a strong proponent of mobilizing communities in order to identify the barriers in access to quality education. PCE piloted a two pronged initiative in two districts of Pakistan. After the successful launch of the intervention in Ghotki, PCE initiated its second intervention in Jamshoro. In the first phase of the initiative, around 37 schools were surveyed from 2 union councils, namely Shah Awais and Shalmani.