Jun 072013
Helping Others

My name is Fahmeeda. I have been an LWCO student for 3 1/2 years. My school has given me confidence. Now I can read and write, so I help the children in my village to learn. It feels wonderful to help my village in this way!

Jun 012013
Sanaullah Opens a Gol Gappay Stand With the Help of LWCO Students

My name is Sanaullah, and as you can see, I am very old. When I lost my job, I didn’t know what I was going to do to take care of my family.

Jun 012013

With the money from the LWCO students I bought my cart, dishes, and the ingredients to make gol gappay. I now earn over 150 rupees a day and my daughter makes money sewing clothes with the skills she learned at the LWCO school. Together we can support our family.

May 302013
Helping Others

The students of an LWCO school outside Abbotabad donated their books to a nearby school for children when they moved to a higher level. They are following the LWCO motto: “I can only help myself by helping others.”

May 292013
The Mighty Pen

I am Paveen from a very small village in Northern Pakistan.   I was working as a maid in the home of a family in a nearby city, and they did not treat me well.  I wanted something better in my life, but I could not think of that because I had a small brother […]

Apr 072013
Housewife From Tribal Region Runs for Government Office

Badam Zari from Peshawar, Pakistan is the first woman from this tribal region to run for government office. She is a 38 year old housewife, and her husband and family support her efforts. Pakistan ranks at the bottom in worldwide statistics for infant mortality and female literacy. The students of LWCO wish you the best, […]

Mar 082013
The Students of Little World Community Organization in Pakistan Help Hajira Start a Business!

Salaam everyone,   I want to tell you my story.  My name is Hajira.  I am an older married woman who did not have any children.  My husband and I worried about our future with no one to help us, but then an amazing thing happened.   I joined the LWCO school in our village […]

Mar 062013
Report From LWCO Finance Team

The students and volunteers in LWCO schools choose the team.  Team members are the most consistent students with regular attendance. Sometimes team members are too shy to face the group, but we choose them because they are good with calculations.  Soon they gain confidence and share their findings. The team stays in contact with all […]

Feb 232013
Somia Finds the Courage to Attend an LWCO School in Pakistan

Hello respected members of Little World Community Organization. My name is Somia, and I am twenty years old.  I am attending the LWCO school in my village for one year now.  Attending school is a new experience for me. When I was three years old I contracted polio, and afterwards I never walked on my […]

Feb 182013
In Northern Pakistan, Ahmad Finds a Way to Educate His Younger Sisters

LWCO students sew hand-embroidered scarves to support their schools Salaam my friends. My name is Ahmad, and I live in a village in Northern Pakistan.   I have two older sisters and two younger sisters.  My older sisters are married, and my younger sisters and I live with our parents.  I studied at a government […]

Feb 162013
From Buffalo to School:  A Grandmother's Story

Dear Supporters of LWCO,   My name is Khatoon Bibi, and I am 70 years old.  I have three daughters and two sons, and they are all married with children of their own.  Sometimes I take care of my grandchildren in my home, and it reminds of the time I was so busy raising my […]