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  • Education: A problem that needs attention in Pakistan

    By Madiha Sohail Education builds a nation, it acts as the backbone that supports and keeps the system of a nation in place. Like humans cannot walk if their backbone is weak, the same way a nation cannot prosper in the world if its education system in not up to the level.  Education develops manner […]

  • A Change within!

    By Ishmal Malik As I walked out, I saw the sun setting over the Alhamra Hall, the Azaan signaling Iftar sounding from mosques in all directions, punctuated only by the laughter and sounds of happiness emanating from the families around me. There were tears of joy of the mothers as they cuddled their children tight, […]

  • Word of Appreciation – I

     “Dear Team Rabtt, I wanted to write something out to you guys- simply to share a wonderful feeling that comes straight from my heart. I will be honest, I did not know what to expect, but at the same time I was so excited to see how you guys worked! When I saw Salma and […]

  • Meeting Manto`s mysterious occupant of Kamra#9

    By Hammad Anwar Follow @manihammad “About time!” was my first reaction when I heard about Manto`s play being staged at Alhamra Arts Complex by Independent Theatre Company in collaboration with Lahore Arts Council. Independent Theatre Company is a theatre group based in Lahore, Punjab, formed in March 2012. Founded by director, writer and actor Azeem […]

  • Rabtt – ThinKids Summer Camp 2014

    August, Lahore: Spain-based nonprofit organization Thinkids, in collaboration with Rabtt, Pakistan, held a five day Summer Camp with students from Saint John’s Boys High School, Youhannabad from August 11 to August 16, 2014. The team included Ignacio Gonzalez Cabello, Javier Gutiérrez and Santiago Aldanondo who drove over 15,000 km during their journey visiting more than […]

  • Rabtt Graduation Ceremony 2014

    Rabtt Summer Camps 2014 conclude with a grand and colourful Graduation Ceremony. The students, helped by their mentors, put on various performances of drama, parliamentary debates and declamations, and art exhibits. The students also helped host parts of the event. The ceremony was highly applauded by parents, school administrations, as well as guests from civil […]

  • Overcoming Public Speaking Fear

    By Seemal Imtiaz Sweating profusely, iced hands, stick to the stomach, thoughts consumed weather people will get the point, will laugh at joke, will understand the speech, panic before stepping on the stage, these all are the symptoms of facing the public. According to physiologists, most people have public speaking fear more than death. Public speaking is challenging […]

  • Art at Rabtt

    By Seemal Imtiaz

    375314_318132388198220_672810033_nIt’s not always needed to be on the stage, sometime you do a lot by being off-stage to support the stage actors and make a show successful. I am proud to be a part of that show. Being a virtual part of Rabtt, I am always excited about all the activities happening in Rabtt. I am excited to be a part of Rabtt , my first ever work for any social cause which I am proud of.

    I am sitting here and putting the finishing touches to my planner, I found some beautiful art work done by Students of Rabtt summer camp, 2013. I was amazed to see their work and was happy that how the children understand the real meaning of Arts. By looking at the pictures I realized that the children easily unfolded their skills of art. Their grasp over few concepts was awesome.

  • "A little part of Rabtt"

    Khizar Mehmood was student at Rabtt`s first ever Summer Camp in 2011. He has been in touch with Team Rabtt ever since. Now in his intermediate, this year he would be joining the management team at his own old school. Nothing gives us more happiness than watching these kids grow like this. He has shared […]

  • The Love of Reading

    By Shama Mir (Originally published and can be found Here) There was a time when birthdays were celebrated with wrapped up story books and comics. Today, we have replaced them with action figures, Barbie dolls and play station games. “That is what our children want. It’s their happiness that matters.” Quite right I suppose. Their […]

  • The Young Historians

    Shama Mir, is an Enterprising Educationist, with over 11 years of teaching experience. She loves her profession and often shares her experiences (Visit her Blog HERE) with people in the same field to acquire an even better insight. She has been a supporter and friend of Rabtt for a long time now. This is her latest article which […]

  • Distorted Reflections

    Shama Mir, is an Enterprising Educationist, with over 11 years of teaching experience. She loves her profession and often shares her experiences (Visit her Blog HERE) with people in the same field to acquire an even better insight. She has been a supporter and friend of Rabtt for a long time now. This is her latest article […]