The official name of Pakistan is “Islamic Republic of Pakistan.”  The capital city is Islamabad.  ast collected in the year 2011, the population, at that point, stood at a reported 176,745,364. This number came from a report that was published by the World Bank in 2012. Back in 2001, the estimated population was around 142.5 million; the country, at that point, became the seventh most populated country in the entire world. Over the next ten years, the estimated population grew by about 34 million people. Today, the estimated 2014 Pakistan population is approximately 185.1 million, making it the sixth most populous country.

ABC Children’s Aid Pakistan

ABC Children’s Aid Pakistan started in July 2005.  The leader is a Christian native Pakistani by the name Sharif A. Ditta.  Sharif has been involved with education his whole career but has now retired.  His sons built him a nice house for his retirement.  But, as soon as the house was ready, Sharif moved into a room with his son and changed the house into a local school.  Sharif comes from a poor village but was supported for education.  He graduated from University and all his children also.  The younger brother of Sharif did not get any education and his children neither.  Therefore Sharif understands well the importance of education and has a burning desire to help as many as possible to gain one.  This dream has become reality with the support of ABC Children’s Aid.

Currently (November 2009) ABC Children’s Aid Pakistan is operating 13 schools out of which 12 are day schools and 1 boarding school. Two of these schools are offering classes up to high school level and the other schools operate pre-schools, primary and elementary school levels. Total student strength of all of these schools is 2,815, out of which 512 students are in the boarding school.

Below are a few pictures from Pakistan:




ABC Children’s Aid Pakistan



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