Integrated Education Learning Program

The Integrated Education Learning Program (IELP) is the Foundation's largest scheme which aims establishing public private partnerships for increasing access to and improving the quality of education (Primary, Elementary and Secondary) services for children across Sindh.

The quality inputs largely focus on grassroots capacity building in school management and administration, improving the learning environment in schools through professional development of teachers and provision of learning resources for meaningful teaching-learning activities for children.

IELP endeavours to shift the paradigm of SEF partner from a profit-orientated approach to education-oriented one. SEF’s vision of quality education transcends access to basic schooling and improving literacy rates. It strives to develop and implement viable models of education, through public private and community partnerships, which are contextually relevant to the local needs and which directly contribute to the sustainable development of the communities being served.


“To establish public-private partnerships for increasing access to and improving the quality of educational services provided to the children in marginalized areas of the Sindh province.”


  • To encourage private sector organizations in assisting the Government to address quality and access in education in the most underserved areas of Sindh;
  • To supplement government policies under Universal Primary Education through enhancing educational facilities for out of school children and youth especially girls;
  • To extend free and flexible learning opportunities at the grassroots;
  • To ensure gender equality in education;
  • To ensure long term institutional development of schools in partnership with communities for sustainability of quality reform efforts.

Quality Assurance Indicators


  • Improve student learning outcomes to qualify for continued financial support from SEF.
  • Conduct formal assessment practices in school to gauge student learning outcomes.
  • Conduct informal assessments for Katchi class(es).
  • Facilitate SEF or third party firm to conduct annual assessment of student learning outcomes.


  • Pay teacher salary through bank account in school name.
  • Retain teachers at least through the academic year to develop student-teacher bond.
  • Maintain student to teacher ratio of no more than 40:1.
  • Ensure teacher availability for teacher assessment conducted by SEF or third party.
  • Facilitate and allow teachers to attend SEF teacher trainings.

School Infrastructure and Environment

  • Ensure a child-friendly learning environment with adequate facilities.
  • Ensure school infrastructure of high quality standards.

  • Do not allow multi-grading in any classroom.

School Management

  • Ensure complete student retention during the year and when moving to the next academic year.
  • Upload student profile information to SEF IT servers and regularly update profile information.
  • Regularly make entries in and update all compulsory documentation.
  • Encourage parents’ continuous participation in school affairs.
  • Prepare scheme of study, time tables, teachers schedules, and other necessary planning documents.

Program Contact

Focal Person: Mushtaque Ahmed Soomro
Cell No: 0346-8282081