USAID holds ADE graduation ceremony for 107 students from Sindh

Staff Reporter

Karachi—The United States Government, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), held a graduation ceremony Tuesday for 107 talented students enrolled in the two-year Associate Degree in Education (ADE) in Sindh. A large number of participants including USAID Deputy Mission Director for Sindh & Balochistan Ms. Denise Herbol and Secretary Education and Literacy Department, Government of Sindh, Dr. Fazlullah Pechuho were present at the ceremony. Vice Chancellors from various universities, representatives from provincial education department also attended.
“Caring and well trained teachers are critical to the future of Pakistan” stressed USAID Deputy Mission Director, Denise Herbol. “Pakistan and the United States have enjoyed a long and productive cooperation that spans more than 60 years. This graduation ceremony is yet another expression of the U.S. Government’s long-term commitment to help build a stronger, more prosperous Sindh and Pakistan. Our priority is to train a new generation of teachers capable of helping students across Pakistan including Sindh reach their full potential” stressed the Deputy Mission Director, addressing the students and guests at the graduation ceremony.
The USAID-funded Pakistan Reading Project (PRP) distributed tablets and certificates to the top 107 graduates of the ADE program. These students represented Government Teacher Training Institutes from all across Sindh. USAID has also constructed state-of-the-art Faculty of Education buildings for the teacher education degree programs in University of Karachi, University of Sindh and Shah Abdul Latif University in Sindh. Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Fazlullah Pechuho, Secretary Education and Literacy Department, Government of Sindh, lauded the efforts of the U.S. government in improving the overall quality of basic education in Sindh.
The USAID-funded Pakistan Reading Project is a $165 million project, designed to support provincial and regional departments of education to improve the reading skills of primary school children across the country.

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