Reaching, Empowering, Accessing, Channelizing Human Resource (REACH)

emerges as a dynamic force in the realm of social change, standing as a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO) officially registered under the Societies Act of 1860 with the distinguished registration No. (072). At its core, REACH is driven by a steadfast commitment to sculpting a skilled and empowered human resource pool, thereby contributing to the societal metamorphosis of marginalized communities.

REACH's Mission

Empowering the Youth

This empowerment extends beyond mere skill acquisition. Through tailored initiatives, the organization seeks to provide opportunities

Comprehensive Educational programs

Enabling them to break free from the shackles of socioeconomic constraints.

Entrepreneurship Trainings

By cultivating a sense of self-reliance and entrepreneurship

Skills and Knowledge

REACH endeavors to transform the youth into catalysts for positive change in their communities.

Industry Ready

The emphasis on technical and vocational skills underscores REACH's dedication to aligning education with the demands of contemporary industries

Empowerment of women in Pakistan and South-East Asia.

The organization recognizes that the elevation of women is pivotal for societal progress. To this end, REACH pioneers initiatives spanning from basic to higher education, health awareness, and essential services. By creating pathways for women to access education and healthcare, REACH aims to dismantle barriers and nurture a generation of empowered women capable of steering their communities toward prosperity.


School Management:

REACH’s team members have experience of developing school systems with
a communicative approach toward learning. The team has worked in the capacity of Independent
Experts for the EMO Schools Project

under Public Private Partnership (PPP NODE), Sindh – a project of USAID and Sindh Education and Literacy Department (SELD).

Numbers Speak

Demographic Work Repertoire Of

Government Teachers
1 +
Management of Schools
Trained Teachers
Research Publications


Company News

REACH is in preparation to bid for the Sindh Education Foundation’s (SEF) school adoption program. It intends to adopt schools in districts Korangi and Malir, Karachi and Hyderabad.

REACH is in negotiation with Sindh Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (STEVTA) to adopt Polytechnic Institute for Girls, Zaman Town, Korangi.

Saira Shahab

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