The education sector of Pakistan has been struggling since its inception in 1947. With the latest records showing that an estimated 22.8 million children aged 5-16 are out-of-school, Beydaar Society took it upon itself to do something about this alarming crisis.
On 6th February 2017, the National Youth Coalition for Education (NYCE) was officially launched in Islamabad. With the following broad objectives at hand, the coalition is committed to delivering the best:
NYCE already has more than 100 organizations and nearly 500 Youth Activists registered with it. Selective organizations and individuals from Gilgit-Baltistan, Azad Jammu Kashmir (AJK), FATA, Peshawar, Baluchistan, Sindh, Southern-Punjab and Islamabad play the major role in conducting the activities under it. Along with the local partners, we have on board several national and International organizations and UN representatives.
The aim of NYCE is to bring together the different youth led organizations and raising a collective voice of the youth. Taking on challenges such as Right to Education, the multiplying efforts of everyone working together will have a greater impact than when these organization work in an individual capacity.
Under NYCE, Beydaar Society has organized trainings in 22 different cities of Pakistan aiding the organizations to become better equipped on policy changes. We have successfully trained up to 5000 young members who are passionate about educating the youth of Pakistan.