Girls College Rebuild
We give all our 30,000 students the option of studying Quran, Tajweed and Islamic studies alongside traditional subjects, so they don’t have to choose between their worldly and afterlife.
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Zia Ul Ummah Foundation provides free education to 30,000 students from disadvantaged homes across Pakistan.
Most of these children are unable to afford the basic necessities and as result often struggle with studying subjects that are vital to their education, like Maths and Science. Without these qualifications, students are limited in their opportunities when it comes to applying for university and work.
With your help, for the cost of a hot drink, we can gift thousands of these young children with a stationary pack each. Each school kit costs just £2.50 each.
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At each of our 200 schools, with your support, we have hundreds of students who wouldn’t normally afford an education. Our track record is a testament to both the quality of our teaching and the dedication of our students.
With your help, we’ve created generations of well-rounded students who have the knowledge they need to escape poverty and provide for themselves and their families.
We need your support to keep this going. Donate now and support a child’s education. It cost just £20 to cover the cost of a single child’s education.
Every Child has the right to an Education
Our 3-year memorisation course advances students’ knowledge and understanding of Islam. It’s structured so they’re able to take their studies to university level and enter the world of Islamic scholarship, while also giving them the option to study traditional subjects at a higher level too. We’ve managed to create a balanced curriculum that offers the best of both worlds.
Our small classes of 15 to 20 students per scholar means students are given the close individual supervision they need for a quality education.
By the time they graduate, they’re modern beacons of Islam who are able to represent both their religion and country.