Founded informally in 1994 to assist the child labors working in a small locality, RAZA educational and social welfare community has transformed itself from being a small school to an NGO serving more than 600 child labor per year and providing vocational trainings to their parents and siblings to enable them to earn a respectable living. Making poor people self-sufficient to earn a respectable living is the primary goal of RAZA.
Our founder, Mrs. Benazeer Baig embarked this journey by helping the neighboring child labors access to clean drinking water and other basic necessities of life. With time, it trans-formed into a school, a NCLP and now runs a vocational training course too. Registered as an approved NGO since 1998, we realized that alleviating child labor won’t be easy till we provide the family with some means to earn a living so that they permit the child to study.
RAZA is fast evolving to meet the demands of the ever changing educational system by introducing advanced courses in computers, making better labs, conducting field trips and leveraging other modern techniques to deliver quality education with value