GREEN SCHOOLS PAKISTAN

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Green Schools Pakistan runs year-long programmes in six Karachi schools.
We have also conducted custom designed short-term courses for private and government schools.

The locations are indicated by yellow stars on the map.

PRIVATE

Haq Foundation School

White House Grammar School

Main Gulshan e Iqbal Branch
Korangi AWT Branch
Korangi FMB Branch
Gizri Branch

Dawood Public School

Islamia School, Hijrat Colony

GOVERNMENT

Government Girls School, Neelam Colony, Clifton

Government Girls School, Tikri Colony, Clifton

Government Girls School, Lawrence Road

Haq Foundation School's Learning Garden

Established in 2014, this 1000 square feet garden used to be a part of a play ground. Now, this has turned into a nature lab for more than 100 students who grow and maintain their organic farm through out the year. Besides farming, they learn key concepts of ecological sustainability and global citizenship through technology.

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Dawood Public School's Garden

DPS's garden was our first school garden that was set up in 2008. During the next two years more than 2000 young girls from all grades learned to grow their own food from this small patch. Two teachers were trained to continue these sessions. Their harvest became key ingredients of their cooking classes.

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School Grown : Organic heirloom vegetables grown in our school gardens!

Rooftop Farm at a Government School

A rooftop kitchen garden in the government school for girls at Tikri Colony, was set up in partnership with Shehri and Sustainable Initiative. More than 200 girls of grades 6-10 attended classes there, including those from Islamia School across the tracks in Hijrat Colony. They grew their own food, made bird feeders and learnt about ecological footprint, chemical cycles and global citizenship. They also set up a composting unit in their school.

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Environmental Art at Islamia College

In partnership with Shehri and Sustainable Initiative, GSP designed and conducted an environmental art program for more than 200 children from various grades for at Islamia School in Tikri Colony. The modules were designed to give a crash courses in (1) Modern Art (2) Environment & (3) Science toys, followed by a Solar LED art project that designed a real solution for the persistent and long power cuts in this katchi abadi (slum area) school location. During these sessions, students made their solar powered light structures to lighten up their dark class rooms.

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