Annual Education Conference

Teach a Kid Make Individual Life invites you to its annual conference titled “Reconstructing 22.8 million broken futures with Education”

TAKMIL’s conference will focus on strategizing practical solutions with stakeholders who hold the key to make TAKMIL’s vision of educating 1 Million Out of School Children a reality for Pakistan by 2025.

Last year, we successfully concluded a conference and achieved practical solutions regarding “22.8 million forgotten souls; Illiteracy Replaced by E-literacy.” This year, we are taking it up a notch by bringing different organizations together and will aim to answer the following questions:

-How can different stakeholders solve the issue of Out Of School Children through collaborative efforts?

-How can we approach the problem realistically and bring solutions that can be implemented within the given resources and time frame as proposed by UN Agenda 2030?

As it has been proved especially during Covid that together private and public sectors can revolutionize education and the ed-tech space and achieve education equality for the underprivileged communities throughout the world. This event therefore is a joint effort to get decision makers on board to formulate an implementable plan of action.

Our esteemed panel includes speakers from Akhuwat Foundation, JICA,  Allama Iqbal Open University, IGNITE, NIC & more.

Speaker Details: 

Dr.Muhammad Amjad Saqib- Chief Executive Officer- Akhuwat Foundation

Abid Gill- Deputy Chief Advisor, Advancing Quality Alternative Learning (AQAL) Project JICA

Dr.Naweed I. Syed – Professor & Research Director – University of Calgary

Zia-Ul- Qayyaum- Vice Chancellor Allama Iqbal Open University

If you are an education enthusiast who believes in the power of working together for one vision, this conference is something you wouldn’t want to miss.

Join us and witness a thought provoking and interactive event as we discuss some hard hitting realities with speakers who are experts in their fields and make a momentous effort to solve the issue of 22.8 Million Out of School Children in Pakistan.