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Looping Iqra Fund

NYC
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Lili Popper

on 25 November 2013

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Transcript of Looping Iqra Fund

Pakistan
Ganche Valley
Upper Hunza
Basha Valley
Tisar
35 students
2 teachers
Gilgit-Baltistan
2013
Ganche Valley:
180
Students,
8
Teachers
Upper Hunza:
350
Students,
8
Teachers
Basha Valley:
1050
Students,
36
Teachers
2014
Demand
Ganche Valley:
96
Students,

7
Teachers
Upper Hunza:
220
Students,

4
Teachers
Basha Valley:
717
Students,

21
Teachers
95 students
1 teacher
Niasalo
74 students
2 teachers
Sibiri
64 students
Doko
1 teacher
52 students
2 teachers
Bein
62 students
3 teachers
Doghoro
62 students
Zill
3 teachers
37 students
3 teachers
Beisil
236 students
Saisko
4 teachers
52 students
4 teachers
Pre-K - 3rd Grade
Supports 1 girl for 1 year of primary school.
Supports an entire classroom of 30 primary school students for 5 years.
Supports 10 girls for all 10 years of primary school education; pre-K through 8th grade.
Supports an entire classroom of 30 primary school students for 1 year.
Supports 1 girl for all 10 years of primary school;
pre-K through 8th grade
Supports 1 girl for 5 years of primary school.
$125

$625
$1,250
$12,500
$18,750
$3,750
How Can
You
Help?
The sons of an educated mother are less likely to engage in armed civil conflict.
An educated mother is more than twice as likely to send her children to school.
Providing a girl with one extra year of schooling beyond average boosts her eventual wages by up to 20%.
Educated women raise smaller, healthier families.
158
8th-12th Grade Scholarship
Students
10
University Scholarship
Students
Ganche Valley in images
7 teachers
76
Pre-K – 7th Grade
Students
20
8th-12th Grade Scholarship
Students
Facts
Basha Valley in images
Upper Hunza in images
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