Karachi–The Aman Foundation,SAI, the Center for Economic Research in Pakistan (CERP) and Tameer Micro Finance Bank Ltd. presented their latest collaborative project which will facilitate low cost, quality education for the rural poor of Pakistan. The event was attended by several experts from the community and about a hundred people in total. The event, held at IBA Karachi, featured a presentation by Professor Asim Khwaja entitled “Investing in the Education Market: Strengthening Private Schools for the Poor,” followed by a panel discussion with experts from pertinent institutional affiliations. Panelists included Nadeem Hussain from Tameer Micro Finance Bank Ltd., Asim Khawaja from CERP and SAI, Aziz Kabani from Sindh Education Foundation, Khadija Bakhtiar from Teach for Pakistan, and Ahsan Jamil, CEO of the Aman Foundation.
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