Iqbal's works, deeply rooted in the cultural and philosophical traditions of the East, are a testament to his unparalleled ability to inspire and ignite the flames of determination and purpose in the hearts of those who engage with his verses. ... See MoreSee Less
The right to education is a fundamental human right, and it's imperative that this right is recognized and upheld for every child, regardless of gender and disability. When we focus on girls' right to education, we are not only advocating for equality but also unlocking the potential of half the world's population.
Our understanding of visual impairment often associates it with total darkness, but the reality is far more complex and nuanced. The world of those with visual impairments is a mosaic of light, shadow, and perception that challenges preconceived notions and opens our eyes to a different kind of sight.
We believe and endeavour in enabling visually impaired children to study, work and live with dignity, and financial and physical independence. Many of our students who have passed out are now holding respectable positions in Pakistan and abroad. The education, training and rehabilitation of these children is made possible by the donations we receive from generous donors. To know more on how you can light up a child's world, please follow the link below.
AJBT was founded to honor a wish of the late Aziz Jehan Begum, who began losing her sight to retinitis pigmentosa in her youth. Her blindness created the vision for Aziz Jehan Begum Trust and Institute.