The daughter of a labourer, Fatima seemed destined to a cycle of illiteracy and poverty and to remain one of more than 13 million girls in Pakistan to never see inside a classroom.Nearly half of Pakistan's 53 million children aged 5-16 are out of school and 55 percent of those are girls. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_input. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_spinner. A lot of Muslims living in non-Muslim countries don’t have access to regular mosques, Islamic institutions or teachers of Islamic education.There are roughly 18 mosques in the Puget Sound area around Seattle in the US.But if you live in, say the relatively far-out suburb of Eatonville, it might be hard to drive your children to a mosque each week to learn how to read the Holy Quran.
With clinics operating in conservative areas where female patients often feel more comfortable dealing with female doctors than male ones, Doct HERs also provides a medical service with which women feel more at ease.And this is just one of the issues that female doctors face in Pakistan.My co-founder was in a corporate office, she was a doctor also, but she was working in a pharma [pharmaceutical company]," Khurram said.Teacher sitting here in Pakistan can connect to the student on Skype with mic & webcam and teach them one-to-one using latest teaching & students management tools.It is just like getting Islamic education from a modern Islamic school. There are many more Websites out there offering online Skype Quran classes but no of them have managed such a powerful team of dedicated and professionals.