Institutional Partners

Taaleem Foundation is striving for a social change and community development. Those who share our vision can support us as institutional partners. It will be our pleasure and an honour to launch joint collaborative initiatives. If interested, get in touch with us and our enthusiasm and team ability will surprise you. Lets get in touch. Lets make it happen together!

Government of Balochistan (GOB)

Balochistan, the largest of the four provinces of Pakistan, spreads over an area of 347,190 Sq, Kms., forming 43.6 per cent of the total area of Pakistan. It has clustered population and is smallest in proportion as compared to that of other provinces. Its population, according to 1998 census, is xx million, having a low density per square kilometer. Physically, Balochistan is an extensive plateau of rough terrain divided into basins by ranges of sufficient heights and ruggedness. Broadly, Balochistan geographic area can be divided in to four distinct zones: Upper high lands, lower high lands, plains, and deserts.The government of Balochistan has played a vital role in ensuring that Taaleem Foundation schools continue to provide quality education in years to come.

Government of Japan

Taaleem foundation is also thankful to the government and the people of Japan for provided financial support to contribute two school buildings for establishing the campuses of TF Grammar School System at Killa Saifullah and Muslim Bagh through small schemes grant for NGOs. The need assessment was done by His Excellency The Ambassador of Japan while driving from Islamabad to Quetta via Waziristan, Zhob and Kila Saifullah during late 1990s.

Balochistan Education Foundation (BEF)

Balochistan Education Foundation (BEF) is a rapidly growing development organization which aims to bring lasting solutions in the Education sector of Balochistan province.  BEF is perating as an apex body in 4.5 years World Bank funded Primary Education initiative; Balochistan Education Support Project (BESP). The project has established 648 community and 207 private school in all 30 districts of the province. It is identified as the best project in South Asia by the World Bank’s Quality Assessment Group (QAG).