Rizwan, Abwaab on a mission to promote education



KARACHI:

Pakistan cricket team’s talismanic wicketkeeper batsman and one of the nation’s most loved cricketers, Muhammad Rizwan has announced scholarship for up to 100,000 deserving students of Matric and Intermediate grades across Pakistan.

Earlier in the year, Rizwan after winning ICC’s ‘Men’s T20I Cricketer of the Year’ and PCB’s ‘Most Valuable Player’ awards, announced to become the Brand Ambassador of Abwaab.

Sharing his thoughts and motivation behind the scholarship, Rizwan said, “I dedicate this scholarship to my grandfather who played a key role in making me become what I am today. He always focused on my education and with this scholarship, we will be able to provide the highest quality education to 1 lakh students across Pakistan through Abwaab’s platform. Abwaab is a game changer and I am honored to be a part of this great journey.’’

Speaking on the occasion, Country Head Abwaab, Pakistan – Raja Ahmed Shuja said, “For the past one year, we have been building content tailored for the Pakistani students with a focus on making learning fun and engaging through our product which offers a gamified experience, allowing students to test themselves through the assessments engine and learn from bite-sized lessons. Students have been giving us extremely encouraging feedback and we intend to reach each and every corner of Pakistan. This partnership is the first step of doing that where we would be providing scholarships to 100,000 deserving students and thus starting the journey of unleashing the human potential of Pakistan.”

Abwaab is a learning app that has the largest lesson and question bank for Matric, Intermediate, Entry Tests and Cambridge curriculum, offering on-demand video lessons, book tests, practice exercises along with a gamified learning experience through Abwaab League.

Through strategic partnerships with developer, donors and the private sector, Abwaab aims to reach 10 lakh vulnerable children across the region with access to its online platform, impact initiative, EQUAL.





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