Zong 4G, an innovative presence in Pakistan’s telecom sector, has established a crucial collaboration with the Health and Nutrition Development Society (HANDS), introducing a fresh epoch of transformative learning in less privileged areas.
Digital Education Collaboration
This tactical venture is set to create a state-of-the-art digital laboratory at the FAS Noor Muhammad School in Karachi, equipped with state-of-the-art computing setups and technology, aimed at amplifying students’ technical skills and entry into the digital realm.
The main goal of the partnership is to enable young people by utilizing digital technology to establish fresh opportunities for education, thereby arming the upcoming cohort with priceless competencies usable in their professions.
Planned to accommodate 91 pupils, having over half of the total as girls, this establishment is set to become the central hub of digital education for the vicinity.
Through providing limitless entry to a multitude of computing assets and state-of-the-art educational instruments, Zong 4G and HANDS are closing the gap in digital accessibility, enabling youthful intellects with vital knowledge essential for succeeding in the digital realm.
“GRASP, a distinguished charitable organization devoted to promoting beneficial change across diverse sectors, encompassing work, well-being, learning, facilities, and crisis handling, will collaborate with Zong 4G to propel its mission forward. Both entities are firmly dedicated to contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by merging technology-infused solutions into their projects.
The authorized representative for Zong 4G conveyed their excitement for this alliance, expressing, ‘Zong 4G is steadfast in utilizing technology for positive societal influence.
Our partnership with GRASP smoothly corresponds with our vision as we strive to empower the youth of Pakistan through education and digital proficiency. We strongly believe that this digital center will have a crucial role in shaping the futures of these young students.’
Dr. Ahmed Tanveer Sheikh, HANDS’ CEO, reiterated this feeling, confirming, “Our partnership with Zong 4G signifies a significant step in our ongoing efforts to uplift underprivileged communities.
By granting access to digital educational resources, we are empowering these students to commence journeys into new territories and unlock their untapped potential. Collaboratively with Zong 4G, we are forging a more promising tomorrow for Pakistan.”
Through this strategic collaboration, Zong 4G and HANDS are joined in their mutual quest for sustainable progress and creativity. By leveraging technology to extend educational opportunities, this alliance is positioned to make a enduring and transformative influence on the lives of young learners, their societies, and the entire nation.”