Arts Council expresses resolve to continue its partnership with non-profit charities.

KARACHI -- The Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi while sensing its obligations towards the society will continue to provide support in whatever way it could to the further the mission to enroll 4.2 million out-of-school children in Sindh.

The Arts Council Karachi President Ahmed Shah stated this as a delegation of non-profit Green Crescent Trust met him at his office to express gratitude to him for providing all out support for the Children Carnival and Inter-School Competition held on 14th December, 2019 to mark the Silver Jubilee of the GCT's foundation. The GCT's delegation was led by its Chief Executive Officer and comprised of a group of students enrolled in the trust's schools.

The GCT runs a network of over 150 charitable schools in remote, impoverished, and rural parts of Sindh having an enrollment of 29,000 students. Several of these students took part in the Children Carnival and Inter-School Competition hosted by the Arts Council Karachi.

Speaking on the occasion, GCT CEO Zahid Saeed said that it was the first time that the students of the GCT schools belonging to underprivileged families settled in different towns of Sindh had been given the opportunity to present their skills related to different non-scholastic activities at such a prime venue of Karachi known for hosting elite cultural activities. He said...

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