If you attended an Ilm Ideas 2 workshop for startups, here are some of the resources that were used:
Find out more about the education issues in Pakistan.
Plan and grow your venture with these toolkits for startups and scale-ups.
Other useful resources
Data on education and demographics in Pakistan
Pakistan’s largest citizen-led, household-based initiative that aims to provide reliable estimates on the schooling status of children aged 3-16 years.
A DFID-funded education advocacy programme.
Provincial Education Department Websites
Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Government of Sindh
Government of Punjab
Government of Baluchistan
Government of Azad Jammu & Kashmir
Information about education innovations in Pakistan and elsewhere
CEI seeks to fill the gaps in global understanding about innovative education programs striving to increase access to quality education for students in low income communities.
WISE is an international, multi-sectoral platform for creative thinking, debate and purposeful action.
Education Business/Startup Case Studies
These short case studies describe education businesses that work with the bottom-of-the-pyramid (BoP) – what they do, their business models and lessons learned.
Market Research and Business Development
Download simple templates from the Prince’s Trust that might help you prepare your business plan.
Dimagi’s business development toolkit will help your organization quickly build a business development pipeline.
Review the ed-tech handbook by Jessie Arora on how to build an edtech startup.
Other useful links
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