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EDUCATION

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[paragraph extra=”lead”]Knowledge is Meaningless unless it Wounds the Soul the Way the Plough Wounds the Earth [/paragraph]
[paragraph extra=””] The real function of Education is to learn how to discern between the Real and the Illusory and to concentrate on the Real. The right of education is for every human being.[/paragraph]


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AKF has been active in sport promotion as a vehicle for education and as a vehicle for peace in Pakistan. “Sport has the power to change the world” – how true are these words of Nelson Mandela in a country with its fair share of problems. Despite political, social and logistic  obstacles, thousands of dynamic sports players, administrators, instructors and institutions change the world of Pakistan for the better every day in their commitment to perfecting the performance of their sport.  AKF began its “Education through Sport” and “Peace through Sport” movement with the game of tennis. Three aspects of Tennis are addressed through a vision envisaging the implementation of the tennis model to other sports in the country:
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[paragraph extra=””]Music opens up the world of experience to refine the mind, physical movement and expression. Just like an instrument is tuned to a fine balance, so can the soul of a person be tuned when engaged with music. Whether music is played, performed or heard, an invisible bond is created between the instrument, sound, performer and listener. When such music is rooted in the celestial, then the bond with heaven is added to the worldly bond.  It is with a view to creating these bonds that AKF provides a platform to new musicians to stage their debut and demonstrate their talent before seasoned classical musicians of Pakistan. Al-Khayal Monthly Mehfils bring together upcoming young classical musicians, composers, critics, masters and music lovers. Mehfils (performances) are convened monthly with details given on the AKF Facebook page.[/paragraph][/two_third]


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At AKF, we are sensitive to conservative outlooks of people specially in under-privileged areas. Through the Boota Park Madrasa-School project, we harmonize modern education with cautious, conservative tendencies. We highlight work on non-political subjects like the Indus Valley civilisation and its continuing influence in Pakistan and create an awareness of it through pottery and traditional arts workshops.[/paragraph][/two_third][/container]


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[heading icon=”” type=”standard” size=”h3″ extra=””]Education through Rights[/heading][paragraph extra=””]Beauty of the Beast Lahore’s first beauty contest for Donkeys. Bedian villages were bemused on Friday, 10th April, 2015 as they gathered at Dera Alam al-Khayal, Ghawind Lahore with their donkeys to compete in a first-of-its-kind beauty contest for Donkeys.Prizes of harnesses, fodder and grain were then awarded to the three best donkeys.Animal rights and respect is part of the Foundation’s national movement for “Enlightened Education”. The Foundation announced that the competition would be held 2 times a year and, gradually, would be expanded to include other equine animals, dogs, cats and camels.[/paragraph][/two_third][/container]