LAHORE ( MEDIA )
Telenor Pakistan is partnering with PLAN International to rehabilitate and improve the quality of education through ICT in middle-level public schools affected by floods. The project was announced at a ceremony in Lahore, which was attended by Punjab governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar, chief HR officer of Telenor Pakistan Shoaib Baig, and Country Director of PLAN International Rashid Javed.
For this project, Telenor Pakistan has allocated Rs142 million towards reconstruction and rehabilitation of 44 partially damaged flood-affected government middle schools in Punjab, KPK and Sindh over a period of over two years. More than 10,000 students, across the three provinces in the country will benefit from this project.