Innovative Strategies to Promote Literacy Skills in Pakistan


  • Fawzia Reza



Empowering students with literacy skills so that they can grow and compete in the global workforce can be achieved via a strong and robust educational system. However, in some third world countries including Pakistan, ready access to schools may not be a viable option for some students due to resource constraints or due to cultural or religious limitations. Innovative strategies to enhance literacy skills can have a significant impact in alleviating gaps between those students who are denied educational opportunities vis-à-vis privileged students who receive quality education, and several non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have taken creative steps to provide opportunities for children in remote parts of Pakistan to develop literacy skills and promote a reading culture. This paper will explore the results from a qualitative study on three NGOs and explain how they promote literacy for the most vulnerable populations. 



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11-01-2024 — Updated on 15-01-2024


How to Cite

Reza, F. (2024). Innovative Strategies to Promote Literacy Skills in Pakistan. British Journal of Multidisciplinary and Advanced Studies, 5(1), 19–33. (Original work published January 11, 2024)



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