Green Crescent Trust (GCT) is a non-profit organization in Sindh, Pakistan, that focuses on development through education. It was established in 1995 by a group of critically conscious and passionate citizens with one goal: making a better Pakistan by providing access to quality education. It started out with just one school and a few students in Karachi.
GCT is operated by professionals under the supervision of the Board of Trustees, which now runs a network of more than 150 schools in underserved areas of Sindh. GCT aims to shift mindsets in the communities regarding education by providing opportunities to bring enhancements in their daily lives. It has also expanded its services through other programs like the Orphan Support Program (OSP), Center for Educational Research and Development (CERD), and The Water Project.
GCT Hilal Schools have been run by the organization since 1994. What started with just one school has now expanded to a vast network of educational institutions throughout Sindh. It is a network of pre-primary, primary, and secondary-level schools…
The Center for Educational Research and Development (CERD) is a platform that is responsible to develop and implement curriculum resources and empower teachers through training with adequate pedagogies to achieve required educational quality…
Green Crescent Trust realized the pressing need for water in the Tharparkar region, in 2014, and took the initiative of installing water projects to provide easy, safe, and sustained access to water to help improve the quality of life of the…
Orphan Support Program (OSP) is an initiative for orphan students from GCT Hilal Schools to provide support in areas of subsistence (monthly rations, clothes, and hygiene kits), education (school fees, books, stationery, and other school supplies), health (proper …
President Dr. Arif Alvi has said that dedicated charities striving to educate children of the backward areas of the country are truly sharing the responsibility of the state, and it is obligatory upon all the concerned segments of the society to fully support their charitable work. . .
KARACHI: On 10th Anniversary of i-Care, Pakistan’s first Donor Advisory Fund supporting 100 charities celebrated its decade long service to the nation by recognizing the contributions of its six partner charities. These charities were recognized for their positive social impact in the society. . .
The alliance of two leading charities of Pakistan-the Shahid Afridi Foundation (SAF) and Green Crescent Trust (GCT) for the first time are jointly stepping outside Sindh and coming to Lahore with an aim to extend their joint charitable work all over Pakistan for enrollment . . .
Karachi: Research by a non-profit has revealed the biggest portion of Pakistan’s public money is being spent on the education sector, which is greater than the national defence budget. However, the number of out-of-school children in the country is still 22 million. . .
Jazz, Pakistan’s leading digital communications company, recently concluded its annual flagship business events, Jazz Business Connects. At these events, it signed contracts with several companies to provide them tailored digital financial services to help achieve better . . .
As the Taliban’s decision to not let girls attend high schools prevails, many international bodies such as the United Nations and World Bank have condemned the move. The World Bank recently made the decision to put four projects in Afghanistan worth $600 million dollars . . .
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