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Education is central to the Freeslaves project. Many of the children in slavery have no concept of a life outside the kiln. They cannot read or write and have no idea of their purpose in life. Consequently, they have no vision for the future.

To make education as accessible as possible, we locate our small classrooms close to the kilns. We negotiate with the kiln owners to allow the children to attend school, and in one case the kiln owner even allowed us to run our school at the kiln itself. We also allow children who are too poor to afford state school to attend.

We currently operate seven schools with 15 teachers, educating 253 children who would otherwise not have access to an education. In addition, we run adult literacy classes in the evenings. We are currently working to develop our schools and provide greater support and training for our teachers.

Want to help? We need people like you to help to keep this going! Even small monthly donations combine to make a big difference.

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Donation Total: $20 Monthly

Our Current Schools

School: Clarkabad

Teacher: NABEEL
Students: 15
Open: Monday to Friday, 7:30 to 11:30.
Subjects: Urdu, English, Math


School: Raiwind, Lahore 

Teachers: NAZIA
Students: 23
Open: Monday to Friday, 8am to 12pm
Subjects: Urdu, English, Math, Science


School: Gujranwala

Teachers: Team of Four
Students: 75
Open: Monday to Friday, 8am to 12pm
Subjects: Urdu, English, Math, Science


School: Qataloie

Students: 30
Open: Monday to Saturday, 2pm to 6pm
Subjects: Urdu, English, Math, Social Studies, Science


School: Mulloki, Kasur

Teacher: Team of five teachers
Students: 78
Open: Monday to Friday, 8am to 1pm
Subjects: Urdu, English, Math, Science, Social Studies


School: Hyderabad

Teacher: MUNWAR
Students: 25
Open: Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 12pm
Subjects: Urdu, English, Math,  Social Studies, Science, Bible Study


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