A loan of $950 helped to purchase furniture, printing copies, dairies and paints.


Allah Rakhi's story

The Gold Cambridge School was open by Ms. Allah Rakhi in March 2001. She says: “a few students were enrolled at that time and school expenses were double whereas school income was nothing for us. I involved my younger daughter so some administrative work could be managed by her properly. I look after other school matters such as teacher duties, student enrollment, the school environment and overall management. All the burdens of the school were on our shoulders. We worked so hard to run this school with multiple roles." "Now I am 57, but I still have a great enthusiasm for my school because my community gave me a lot of respect and dignity because of the reputation of my school," Allah Rakhi says. "My school is serving a marginalized community and providing quality education." She is very old client of Kashf and taking a loan for her school she says “Kashf Foundation always helps us and supports our efforts for a noble cause. I have taken a loan of PKR 100,000 from the ‘School Sarmaya program’ and will use it to buy furniture, printing copies, dairies and paints as well." She is very thankful for the organization's help in building their capacity and also for the loan to develop the school. Allah Rakhi says “now I will give my best and focus on education quality”.



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