Girls in classroom

Watch how you're helping children in Pakistan return to school

Currently, there are an estimated 23 million children in Pakistan unable to attend school, the second highest figure in the world.1

Children are still impacted by the loss of schools after devastating flooding in 2022. VSO donors and supporters have been helping children learn again - find out more about the progress we've made together below.

Hear from the children and teachers who've been able to return to the classroom

Pakistan floods

Be part of the change you want to see.

VSO needs your help to keep children in Pakistan in education. Girls are left behind and facing exclusion from schools now destroyed from recent floods. We match the most marginalised girls with a VSO volunteer. They receive tailored and robust support.

Are you ready to be a changemaker? Your gift today has the power to help change a girl’s future. 

Read more

Volunteer Big Sister Srijana

A brighter future: the volunteer helping girls stay in school

Watch how volunteer "Big Sisters," like Srijana, are helping to ensure children in Nepal have the best start in life by highlighting the importance of education to their parents.

Shirisha, community psychosocial support worker.

Stories of empowerment: three Nepali women reclaiming their space

In Nepal, more than one in four women experience gender-based violence. In this blog we share the stories of three women from a VSO project in Nepal, who are helping to end violence against women and girls.

Girls in classroom

Watch how you're helping children in Pakistan return to school

Watch how thanks to supporters like you, children affected by the 2022 Pakistan floods have been able to return to the classroom.