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Embedding SDGs to the core of our Curriculum2024-04-07T10:06:39+00:00
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Embedding SDGs to the core of our Curriculum

Embedding SDGs to the core of our Curriculum

Mandatory Module for enhancing student’s knowledge in SDGs since
Students educated in SDGs since 2018
Mandatory Module for Diverse Disciplines of study
Hours of Learning per Student in all SDGs per semester
Campuses across Karachi & Islamabad are engaged
At average SDG inclined Student led Projects created & implemented each semester
Mass Audience engaged on Social Media for different SDG Awareness Campaigns led by Students
At average students’ scores in Final Assessment
Students agreed that the module has increased their knowledge of SDGs
Students agreed that the course integrates theoretical course concepts with real-world applications

Iqra University’s Ethics and Social Responsibility Initiative is a course – “where theory meets action, and students become leaders for positive change”. Since its beginning in 2018, our program has empowered over 15,000 undergraduate students from diverse disciplines to actively engage with pressing social issues.

Our Purpose

At the heart of our initiative is a commitment to actively pursue the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Through a combination of classroom learning and hands-on projects, students develop the skills and knowledge necessary to address real-world challenges.

Key Features

  • Compulsory module for undergraduates’ disciplines; Business Administration, Computer Science, Engineering, Media Studies and other related.
  • Students connect classroom learning with real-life social action projects.
  • Focus on ethical concepts, civic awareness, and global citizenship.
  • Projects aim to address community needs while fostering skills such as leadership, teamwork, critical thinking, and problem-solving.
  • Aligned with the university’s tradition of philanthropy and civic mission.


Teaching Approach

  • Seven-week classroom discussions cover a range of topics including ethical decision-making, social justice, environmental ethics, and responsible social media use.
  • Mid-term examination includes project proposal and action plan.
  • Student-led projects supervised by faculty, aligned with SDGs, and driven by data.
  • Emphasis on co-creation of knowledge through interactive activities.



Projects extend beyond the classroom, evolving into sustainable community service or non-profit endeavors. Examples include empowering women through vocational training, promoting environmental conservation, and enhancing digital literacy. Each project contributes to local wellbeing and sustainable development goals.


Join us in exploring these inspiring initiatives as we cultivate a new generation of ethical leaders dedicated to making a meaningful difference in the world.

Green Clean Earth2024-04-07T08:00:00+00:00



The “Green Clean Earth” project, led by a group of ethics and social responsibility students, is a proactive initiative aimed at addressing environmental challenges in Karachi, Pakistan. Through a combination of plantation drives, beach cleanups, and digital advocacy, the project seeks to promote environmental conservation and community engagement.

Project Activities

  1. Plantation Drive at Kidney Hill (KMC), Karachi:
  • Planted 50 neem trees to benefit residential areas.
  • Engaged community members and nature enthusiasts to participate.
  1. Beach Cleaning Drive at Sea view, Clifton, Karachi:
  • Collected 15 trash bags to clean the area.
  • Raised awareness about cleanliness and environmental preservation.
  1. Green Clean Earth Social Media Awareness Platform:


The “Green Clean Earth” project demonstrates the power of grassroots action in promoting environmental sustainability and fostering community involvement. Through their efforts, the student group has made tangible contributions towards creating a greener and cleaner Karachi, while inspiring others to join the cause.

Sea you litter2024-04-07T08:00:06+00:00

Project 2: Sea you litter
Project theme: Beach cleaning

“Sea you Litter” is a student-led initiative focused on beach cleaning in Karachi, Pakistan. With a clear mission to combat beach pollution, the project combines cleanup efforts, community engagement, and educational seminars to raise awareness about marine conservation.

Project Activities

  1. Beach Cleaning Operation:
    • Cleaned 200 meters of beach area, surpassing initial goals.
    • Raised awareness among the public and engaged with local stall owners.
  2. Infrastructure Improvement:
    • Provided dustbins to local businesses and installed one on the beach.
    • Collaborated with the City Council to address the issue effectively.
  3. Educational Seminars:
    • Conducted seminars in schools, reaching 300 students, to educate about marine pollution.
  4. Social Media Campaign:
    • Achieved 85.6% follower increase on Instagram.
    • Shared diverse content including PSA posters, articles, quizzes, and videos.

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“Sea you Litter” demonstrates proactive efforts in beach cleaning and environmental education. Through community engagement and strategic partnerships, the project aims to instill a sense of responsibility towards marine conservation among citizens of Karachi.

Grow Green2024-04-07T07:59:54+00:00

Project 3: Grow Green (Who Plants a tree, Plants a hope)

“Grow Green” is a student-driven project rooted in the belief that every tree planted represents a seed of hope for a brighter future. With a focus on tree planting, cleanliness drives, and climate change awareness, this initiative aims to nurture a greener environment while inspiring community involvement and environmental responsibility. Headed by a passionate group of students, the project strives to sow the seeds of change and cultivate a sustainable future for all.

Project Activities

  1. Cleaning Drive and Plantation at EidGah Ground:
    • Conducted a comprehensive cleaning drive at EidGah ground to prepare for the plantation initiative.
    • Planted 45 diverse plant species, fostering biodiversity and ecological resilience.
  2. Climate Change Awareness Campaigns at Schools:
    • Delivered awareness sessions on climate change, the significance of tree planting, and the importance of recycling at Jinnah Public School and KBV CAA Model School – 3.
    • Reached a total of 92 students, educating them about environmental conservation and sustainability practices.
  3. Social Media Engagement:
    • Utilized Facebook and Instagram platforms to disseminate educational content and engage with the community.
    • Reached over 8,000 individuals on Facebook through videos and posts, while also connecting with approximately 1,000 people on Instagram.



“Grow Green” exemplifies the power of collective action and grassroots initiatives in promoting environmental sustainability. Through their efforts in cleaning, planting, and awareness campaigns, the project has successfully mobilized communities and educated the younger generation about the importance of environmental stewardship. With a strong online presence and tangible on-ground activities, the project has not only met its goals but also laid the groundwork for a more eco-conscious and resilient future.

Clean Water and Sanitation2024-04-07T07:59:49+00:00

Project 5: Clean Water and Sanitation

“Mission Pure Aqua” is a project dedicated to addressing water sanitation issues in Karachi, aligning with Sustainable Development Goal 6. The project focuses on installing a water dispenser at a government girls’ school to ensure access to clean water and raise awareness about sanitation.

Project Activities

  1. Phase 01 (29-12-23):

Conducted site analysis and procured necessary equipment, including water filter and repair parts.

  1. Phase 02 (03-01-24):

Initiated social media outreach to raise awareness and began installation work at the school with the assistance of a plumber.

  1. Phase 03 (08-01-24):

Completed installation of the water filter and repaired the water cooler, ensuring functionality.

  1. Phase 04 (14-01-24):

Posted SDG-related posters around the school premises, briefed the school staff about the project, and conducted a session to educate students on water conservation practices.


“Mission Pure Aqua” has revolutionized the school community by providing consistent access to clean water, leading to improved health and reduced absenteeism among students. Through effective outreach via social media campaigns and educational sessions, the project has raised awareness about sanitation practices, paving the way for a future where clean water is universally accessible and sustainable practices are adopted by all.


Education Revolution2024-04-07T07:59:46+00:00

Project 6: Education Revolution “تعلیم کی راہ میں ترقی کا سفر”

The “Education Revolution” project is a concerted effort aimed at driving positive change in the education sector, particularly focusing on enhancing access to quality education in underprivileged communities. Aligned with Sustainable Development Goal 4, our initiative centers on Roshni Public School, located in an economically disadvantaged area. By revitalizing the school’s educational infrastructure, starting with the library, we aspire to create an environment conducive to learning and academic growth.

Project Activities

  • Needs Assessment:

Conducted a thorough assessment of Roshni Public School’s educational infrastructure to identify areas for improvement.

  • Library Renewal:

Procured 14 chairs and over 50 books to enhance the learning environment by upgrading the school’s library facilities.

  • Community Collaboration:

Organized meetings with school staff and community members to discuss project objectives and garner support for sustainable improvements.

  • Awareness Sessions:

Conducted sessions within the school community to raise awareness about the significance of quality education and Sustainable Development Goal 4.

  • Knowledge Sharing Platform:

Established an online platform to share project updates, resources, and experiences with other educational institutions, fostering collaboration towards SDG 4.


The “Education Revolution” project has had a profound impact on Roshni Public School and the broader community. By revitalizing educational infrastructure and fostering collaboration, we have taken significant strides towards achieving Sustainable Development Goal 4. The enhanced learning environment, increased community engagement, and establishment of a knowledge-sharing platform underscore our commitment to driving positive change in education. Through collective efforts and dedication, we have laid the foundation for a brighter future, where quality education is accessible to all, regardless of socio-economic barriers.


Save Plants Save Life2024-04-07T07:59:41+00:00


In response to the escalating challenges of global warming and climate change, our team initiated “SAVE PLANTS SAVE LIFE” with a mission to contribute to environmental conservation. Recognizing the urgent need for action, particularly in Karachi, Pakistan, we aimed to address the issue through a focused plantation drive. The project aimed not only to plant trees but also to raise awareness about the importance of preserving greenery and dispelling misconceptions surrounding planting practices.

Project Activities

  • Planning and Preparation:

After unanimous agreement on the need for plantation, our team set a target of planting 70-50 plants. The Kidney Hill Park was selected as the venue for its suitability for long-term plant growth. Tasks were delegated among team members, including procuring plants, soil, and fertilizers, as well as managing social media outreach for publicity.

  1. Plantation Drive:

On the designated date, 50 neem plants were successfully planted at Kidney Hill Park. The event was coordinated by Fahad, and the plantation was carried out efficiently, contributing to the greenery of the area.

  1. Awareness Program:

Recognizing the importance of educating citizens about planting practices, an awareness program was conducted at St. Simon Public School. Students were enlightened about climate change and the role of planting in mitigating its effects, aiming to instill a sense of environmental responsibility.

  1. Social Media Campaign:

A successful social media campaign was launched to amplify the message of environmental conservation and encourage wider participation in the plantation drive.


The “SAVE PLANTS SAVE LIFE” project not only led to tangible outcomes such as increased green cover and heightened awareness but also fostered a sense of responsibility towards environmental stewardship among citizens. By planting trees and spreading awareness, the initiative laid the groundwork for a more sustainable and eco-conscious community, contributing to long-term environmental preservation and combating the adverse effects of climate change.


No Poverty2024-04-07T07:59:38+00:00

Project 8: No Poverty

In Karachi’s urban landscape, Bykea riders face the daunting challenge of high vehicle maintenance costs, exacerbating their financial struggles. Our project, “No Poverty,” aligned with Sustainable Development Goal 1, aims to alleviate this burden. Through partnerships with local businesses and skill-building workshops, we empower Bykea riders to overcome economic obstacles.

Project Activities

  • Understanding Needs:
  • Investigated the financial struggles of Bykea riders.
  • Identified high vehicle maintenance costs as a major concern.
  • Building Partnerships:
      • Teamed up with local mechanics and suppliers.
      • Negotiated affordable rates for repairs and spare parts.
  • Skill Workshops:
      • Conducted hands-on sessions for basic vehicle maintenance.
      • Covered topics like regular checks and minor fixes.
  • Financial Aid:
  • Provided financial support for essential repairs.
  • Secured discounts to ease the financial burden.
  1. Monitoring Progress:
  • Established a system to track riders’ economic stability.
  • Offering ongoing assistance and resources.


The “No Poverty” project has made a significant impact on the economic stability and livelihoods of Bykea riders, directly addressing the core objectives of SDG 1. By reducing repair costs and empowering riders with essential maintenance skills, we have enabled them to break free from the cycle of poverty and improve their quality of life. Moving forward, the lessons learned from this initiative will inform future interventions, emphasizing the importance of targeted support and community-centric approaches in poverty alleviation efforts.


Quality of Education2024-04-07T07:59:35+00:00

Project 9: Quality of Education

In our endeavor to address the global challenge of quality education, we partnered with Al-Mustafa Trust to uplift the educational experience for underserved students. With a focus on providing essential resources, educational sessions, and moral guidance, our aim was to make a sustainable impact on the lives of these students. By emphasizing the transformative power of education, we sought to contribute to the fulfillment of Sustainable Development Goal 4 “Quality Education”.

Project Activities

  • Understanding Needs:
      • Conducted sessions on mathematics, Islamiat, and moral education.
      • Engaged children in interactive art activities to foster creativity and expression.
  • Resource Donation:
      • Donated water coolers and irons to improve the learning environment and well-being of children.
      • Distributed books and stationary items to enhance access to diverse learning materials.
  • Mentorship Program:
      • Established mentorship programs to offer academic guidance and personal support to students.
      • Integrated religious and moral education to instill ethical values and community spirit.
  • Social Media Campaign:
    • Launched a campaign on Instagram to raise awareness about the importance of quality education for orphaned children.

This project improved study habits and personal growth and taught valuable lessons in resilience, teamwork, and empathy. The holistic approach of the project positively impacted the overall well-being of the children, fostering a stronger sense of community, respect for diverse values, increased confidence, and responsible behaviors. Positive feedback from the community highlighted the project’s valuable contribution to supporting orphaned children’s education and personal development.

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Good Health and Well-being2024-04-07T07:59:33+00:00

Project 10: Good Health and Well-being

In collaboration with various groups, our project focused on promoting Good Health and Well-being as outlined in Sustainable Development Goal 3. Through a range of initiatives, we aimed to address health-related challenges and enhance the overall well-being of individuals in our community.

Project Activities

  • Medical Camp & Blood Drive:

Provided free check-ups and medicines for diabetic patients, while collecting blood donations for thalassemia patients.

  • Support for Special Children:

Conducted reading sessions and hygiene awareness activities for special children, fostering social connections and well-being.

  • Engagement & Social Skills:

Organized recreational and sports activities, social skills sessions, and tree planting events to promote physical and mental health.

  • Wheelchair Donation:

Provided a wheelchair to Hadiya Shareef, enhancing mobility and well-being for individuals with disabilities.

  • Blood Donation & Plantation:

Held blood drives at hospitals and planted trees to contribute to environmental sustainability.



The project led to improved health access through medical camps and blood donation drives, fostering community engagement and raising awareness about health issues. Activities for special children and individuals with disabilities enhanced social connections, while plantation drives contributed to environmental sustainability. This initiative highlighted the importance of collaboration, empathy, and community involvement in promoting Good Health and Well-being, emphasizing inclusivity and addressing health disparities.

Mangroves Plantation2024-04-07T07:59:30+00:00

Project 11: Mangroves Plantation

Our project aims to promote environmental sustainability and community resilience by planting mangroves along the beaches of Karachi, aligning with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 13 (Climate Action), 15 (Life on Land), and 17 (Partnerships for the Goals). By partnering with the World Wide Federation (WWF), we endeavor to create a safer environment for coastal communities, mitigate the impact of water-related disasters, and enhance the natural beauty of our beaches.

Project Activities

  1. Partnership Establishment: Collaborated with WWF to acquire discounted mangroves and received their acknowledgment and assistance.
  2. Plantation Efforts: Conducted mangrove plantation along Karachi’s beaches to shield communities from water-related hazards such as storms, floods, and tsunamis.
  3. Environmental Awareness: Raised awareness about mangroves’ importance in preventing disasters and maintaining a healthy environment. Educated the public about the role of mangroves in carbon sequestration and biodiversity conservation.
  4. Community Engagement: Engaged local residents in plantation activities, organizing events to promote environmental stewardship.
  5. Monitoring and Maintenance: Implemented mechanisms to track mangrove growth and conducted regular maintenance for ecosystem sustainability.


Our mangrove planting initiative directly benefits coastal communities, particularly those residing near beaches, who are most vulnerable to water-related disasters. By planting mangroves, we proactively mitigate the risk of flooding and other water-related calamities, ensuring community safety. Additionally, mangroves play a vital role in carbon sequestration, absorbing and storing significantly more carbon than trees, thus contributing to a healthier environment. Furthermore, mangroves support diverse ecosystems, providing habitats for over 1,500 plant and animal species, including fish and birds, thereby enriching biodiversity and promoting the overall well-being of marine life.

Replacing Plastic Bags2024-04-07T07:59:26+00:00

Project 12: Replacing Plastic Bags: Tote Bag Project

The “Replacing Plastic Bags: Tote Bag Project” aims to address the pressing issue of plastic pollution while simultaneously empowering economically disadvantaged women. By providing these women with sewing and stitching skills, our objective is to offer them sustainable income opportunities. Additionally, distributing tote bags for awareness allows us to convey messages regarding environmental consciousness, specific causes, or community engagement. Through this project, we aim to use tote bags as practical tools to spread awareness and make a positive impact on our community and environment. This community work falls within Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production), 14 (Life Below Water), 15 (Life on Land), and 17 (Partnerships for the Goals).

Project Activities

  • Collected leftover fabric and clothing scraps from tailors and clothing shops.
  • Engaged with shop owners to gather a significant amount of material for upcycling.
  • Employed unemployed women with stitching skills to repurpose the collected materials into tote bags.
  • Distributed the tote bags made from low-cost fabric for free in malls and other public spaces.
  • Raised awareness about the importance of using homemade cloth bags instead of plastic bags, thereby reducing plastic pollution.

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Through our efforts, we distributed 300 tote bags free of cost, promoting sustainable alternatives to plastic bags and reducing plastic pollution in our community. Moving forward, we aspire to produce an additional 1000 tote bags in the next phase of the project, furthering our impact on waste reduction and empowering more economically disadvantaged women.

Healthy Pets2024-04-07T07:59:23+00:00

Project 13 : Healthy Pets: Vaccination Campaign

The “Promoting Animal Welfare and Rabies Prevention” project aims to instill empathy and compassion towards animals among children in Karachi, while also addressing public health concerns related to rabies. Through educational activities focused on empathy and animal care, and mass vaccination campaigns in collaboration with ACF Shelter, the project seeks to prevent animal abuse and control the street dog population, ultimately contributing to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 3 (Good Health and Well-being), 4 (Quality Education), and 15 (Life on Land).d

Project Activities

Activity 01: Love Animals

  • Conducted educational sessions at Government Secondary School, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, focusing on empathy and animal care.
  • Utilized pictures, videos, and stories to teach children about the importance of kindness towards animals.
  • Organized resources such as books, pictures, and videos to ensure a safe and engaging learning environment.
  • Provided juices and chocolates to students, fostering a friendly atmosphere, and decorated the school with balloons.
  • Adhered to all school rules and regulations throughout the activities.

Activity 02: Vaccination Camp

  • Conducted mass vaccination campaigns with the assistance of ACF’s team to vaccinate dogs against rabies.
  • Implemented humane strategies to control Karachi’s street dog population through rabies vaccination.

Engaging government school children in activities promoting animal welfare fosters empathy and kindness, teaching them valuable lessons about responsibility and community involvement. Through these activities, children learn about teamwork, friendship, and contributing positively to their community. Mass vaccination campaigns against rabies have critical impacts on human and animal health, including preventing rabies transmission to humans, reducing healthcare costs, enhancing community safety, and promoting education and awareness about rabies prevention and responsible pet ownership. Overall, our project aims to make a significant and lasting impact on both human and animal well-being while contributing to the achievement of SDGs related to health, education, and environmental sustainability.

Yummy Tummy2024-04-07T07:59:19+00:00

Project Title 14 : Yummy Tummy

The “Yummy Tummy” project is dedicated to combating hunger, promoting hygiene, and raising awareness about food insecurity. Aligned with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2 (Zero Hunger), 5 (Gender Equality), and 8 (Decent Work and Economic Growth), our mission is to provide nutritious meals to the impoverished and homeless while instilling hygiene practices. Equipped with a mobile kitchen and trained volunteers, we aim to address immediate hunger needs and empower individuals for long-term well-being.

Project Activities

Equipping the Yummy Tummy mobile kitchen with facilities for hygienic food preparation and service, including a sink with running water, a refrigerator, and a stove.

Training volunteers in food safety and hygiene practices to ensure the cleanliness and safety of food preparation.

Preparation and serving of nutritious meals by trained volunteers to poor and homeless individuals.

The kitchen will be located in a central location in the city, where it will be easily accessible to the target population.


Yummy Tummy’s initiative has made a profound impact by providing nourishment, promoting hygiene, and fostering community engagement. By addressing root causes of hunger and advocating for systemic change, the project significantly enhances the overall well-being among beneficiaries while creating a lasting positive impact on the community.

Quality Education2024-04-07T07:59:15+00:00

Project 15 : Quality Education

Aligned with Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4) – Quality Education, our community engagement focused on enhancing educational opportunities for underprivileged children. Through a series of book reading sessions and a culminating book fair, we aimed to foster a love for learning and promote access to quality education in a lower-class school community.

Project Activities

  • Day 1: Book Reading Sessions

Introduced diverse age-appropriate books to children, encouraging interest in reading. Facilitated engaging discussions to foster critical thinking and garnered feedback through a small survey.

  • Day 2: Continued Book Reading

Continued book reading sessions with heightened enthusiasm among students. Prepared for the upcoming book fair by selecting books and planning activities.

  • Day 3: Reflections and Announcement

Students reflected on the importance of education and opportunities presented by learning. Announced the forthcoming book fair and associated activities, generating excitement.

  • Day 4: Book Fair

Conducted a vibrant book fair, allowing students to purchase their favorite books. Organized games and provided snacks, fostering deeper interaction with the children.

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Our project yielded substantial impacts, leaving a lasting impression on both the students and the broader community. Firstly, we observed a noticeable increase in students’ interest in learning, evidenced by their active participation and improved communication skills. Our interaction with the students also fostered personal growth, deepening our empathy and understanding of underprivileged communities. Additionally, the project promoted equitable access to education through the book fair, contributing to the advancement of SDG 4 and creating positive change within the community.

Climate Action2024-04-07T07:59:11+00:00

Project 16 : Climate Action

In response to the urgent need to address climate change, our community has embarked on the Climate Action project. With a focus on Sustainable Development Goal 13 (SDG 13) – Climate Action, we aim to raise awareness and implement practical solutions to mitigate environmental challenges within our community.

Project Activities

  1. Tree Planting Events: Organizing tree planting events to enhance green spaces and reduce carbon emissions.
  2. Educational Workshops: Conducting workshops and seminars on renewable energy, waste reduction, and sustainable agriculture to empower community members.
  3. Plastic Pollution Initiatives: Implementing beach clean-ups and campaigns to promote reusable alternatives, reducing plastic pollution.
  4. Advocacy and Collaboration: Collaborating with local businesses and authorities to advocate for policies supporting environmentally-friendly practices and conservation efforts.


The Climate Action project has resulted in thriving green spaces, improved air quality, and habitats for local wildlife. Community members have adopted sustainable practices, leading to a noticeable decrease in carbon footprint. Moreover, there’s been a shift in consumer behavior towards reusable products, fostering a culture of environmental stewardship within the community. Together, we’re making meaningful strides towards achieving SDG 13 and ensuring a sustainable future for generations to come.

Good Health and Well-being2024-04-07T07:59:06+00:00

Project 17 : Good Health and Well-being

Ensuring good health and well-being is crucial for individuals to lead fulfilling lives. With a commitment to contributing positively to our community, Iqra University initiated the Good Health and Well-being project. Our aim was to raise awareness and encourage actions that promote better health practices among community members, aligning with Sustainable Development Goal 3 (SDG 3) – Good Health and Well-being.

Project Activities

  1. Health Awareness Campaigns: Organized workshops on nutrition, hygiene, and mental well-being, along with interactive sessions on stress management and exercise routines.
  2. Cleanliness and Sanitation Drives: Initiating drives to emphasize the importance of a clean environment for overall health, leading to visible improvements in the community’s surroundings.
  3. Free Medical Check-ups: Collaborating with local healthcare professionals to provide free medical check-ups and consultations, especially targeting underserved populations.

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The Good Health and Well-being project by Iqra University had a significant impact on our community. Many individuals reported adopting healthier lifestyles, incorporating nutritious food choices and better hygiene habits. The free medical services facilitated early detection of health issues, encouraging individuals to prioritize their well-being. Additionally, the cleanliness drives promoted a sense of pride and responsibility among residents, fostering a culture of health consciousness within the community. Overall, the project contributed to enhancing the quality of life for community members and advancing progress towards SDG 3.

Quality Education2024-04-07T07:59:03+00:00

Project 18: Quality Education

Access to quality education is fundamental for individual empowerment and community development. With a commitment to advancing Sustainable Development Goal 4 (SDG 4) – Quality Education, our community aimed to provide educational support and resources to underserved communities. Our goal was to ensure that every individual has the opportunity to learn and thrive.

Project Activities

  1. Free Tutoring Sessions: Organizing tutoring sessions for children to provide academic support and enhance learning outcomes.
  2. Provision of Educational Materials: Distributing books, stationery, and other educational resources to ensure access to learning materials.
  3. Essential Skills Workshops: Conducting workshops on literacy, numeracy, and computer literacy to equip individuals with essential skills for success.
  4. Parent and Community Engagement: Engaging parents and community members to emphasize the importance of education and encourage their involvement in supporting children’s learning.
  5. Access to Online Educational Resources: Facilitating access to online educational resources to supplement learning opportunities.
  6. Extracurricular Activities: Collaborating with local schools to organize extracurricular activities aimed at enhancing students’ academic and personal development.

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  • Academic performance improves through free tutoring sessions and distribution of educational materials.
  • Essential skills workshops enhance literacy, numeracy, and computer literacy, boosting employability.
  • Engaging parents and communities fosters a supportive educational environment.
  • Access to online resources expands learning opportunities beyond geographical constraints.
  • Extracurricular activities promote personal development and essential life skills.
  • Long-term community development is facilitated through education empowerment.
  • The holistic approach ensures sustainable impact and continuous improvement.
Gender Awareness2024-04-07T10:30:50+00:00

At Iqra University, our unwavering commitment to women’s empowerment extends to both faculty and students. Through various initiatives and training sessions, we focus on fostering an inclusive environment that champions the success of all. Collaborating with esteemed partners like the Soorty Foundation, we delve into the challenges faced by working women, striving to create conducive workplaces. Our recent ‘SheSpeaks’ event, in celebration of International Women’s Day, showcased accomplished women from diverse fields, inspiring both faculty and students alike.

Additionally, events like ‘Blaze,’ conducted in collaboration with Women Techmakers Kolachi, highlight the remarkable achievements of women in the tech industry, encouraging them to break barriers. Our Women Empowerment Summit serves as a platform for meaningful conversations around strength, resilience, and the limitless potential of women.

At Iqra University, we understand that empowerment is a journey that involves everyone. From faculty members shaping the academic landscape to students preparing for their future careers, our training sessions cater to all. Join us in our mission to empower, inspire, and uplift women across all levels of our institution. Together, let’s carve out a brighter future where every woman’s voice is heard and celebrated.


Empowering Inclusivity: Iqra University’s Initiatives for Persons with Disabilities2024-04-07T11:08:15+00:00

At Iqra University, we’re dedicated to fostering inclusivity and empowerment for all members of our academic community, including those with disabilities. Through a series of impactful training sessions and workshops, we aim to break barriers, raise awareness, and create a supportive environment where everyone can thrive.

One such initiative was our observance of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, held in collaboration with esteemed partners like the Soorty Foundation, the Inclusive Artists’ Marketplace, LRBT, and Bacha Party. The event featured a panel discussion on workplace inclusivity and emphasized the importance of collaboration in creating a more inclusive future. Iqra university organized a Mental Health Awareness session, recognizing the importance of supporting individuals who learn differently. This session aimed to break the stigma surrounding mental health and promote understanding and acceptance within our community. Furthermore, our collaboration with organizations like BINAE Welfare Association highlighted our commitment to disability advocacy. Through sessions led by esteemed figures like Mr. Salman Ellahi, students gained valuable insights into the challenges faced by people with disabilities and learned about entrepreneurship as a means of empowerment.

At Iqra University, we believe in embracing diversity and empowering individuals of all abilities. Through these training sessions and collaborations, we’re working towards creating a more inclusive and supportive environment for everyone. Join us in our mission to break barriers and empower individuals to reach their full potential.


Seminar on Gender Harassment2024-04-07T10:54:28+00:00

Iqra University recently organized an enlightening seminar focused on addressing the issue of Gender Harassment. The main objective behind this seminar was to cultivate awareness among both the university’s staff and students, encouraging them to be vigilant and proactive in safeguarding themselves and others within their workplace and academic environment. To bring attention to the realities of gender harassment, the students took the initiative to prepare and perform role plays during the seminar.

The event was interactive, allowing participants to actively engage by asking questions and sharing their perspectives on the safety and security of students and staff within educational institutions. This created a platform for open discussions and a better understanding of the challenges faced by individuals in such settings. By shedding light on the importance of awareness and collective responsibility, the seminar aimed to foster a safer and more respectful environment at Iqra University, where everyone can feel protected and supported.


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