It is every child's right to get an education.
A profile of The Citizen’s Foundation (TCF), a Pakistan education charity with a nationwide presence in 93 towns and cities across Pakistan, with 910 school units teaching over 115,000 underprivileged children. Amina Salahuddin and other TCF staff discuss the achievements of TCF to date, their future plans, and the many challenges the education sectors face in Pakistan today.
London Metropolitan University, Cass Arts School
Producer: Julia Jaervi
Co-producer: Patrick Clopon
Director: Leonie Puscher
Camera: Ayet Labibi
Sound: Endre Mavrak and Max Stellato
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