Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA) or The Centre for Education and Consciousness Public Trust, was established in 2000 as a citizens’ response to multiple crises in education. With humble beginnings in Lahore, Pakistan, ITA has expanded programs in service delivery, capacity building, research and advocacy across the country and now has more than 20 offices. It is certified by the Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy and is an approved Non Profit Organisation under section 2(36) of the Income Tax Ordinance (2001).
ITA’s vision is “To promote education as a comprehensive process for human and social transformation.” Its Mission is:
“To actively pursue universal access and standard setting in education as a comprehensive learning experience for human evolution and consciousness by creating contemporary education systems for all children without discrimination due to gender, class, age, religion, color and ethnicity and, endeavoring to address educational bottlenecks through timely resource mobilization and influencing of public policy.”
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