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18 November 2017

OEC organized Winter Dialogue for reflecting on the progress and strengthening the teamwork

Organization for Educational Change (OEC) organized the Winter Dialogue at a local hotel in Rawalpindi on Sunday. The Patron in Chief, goodwill partners, Monitoring and Advisory Council, Executive members and volunteers participated in the event.


Progress, outcomes, challenges and lesson learned under 6 different projects of the organization were discussed and analyzed.The Patron in Chief and good will partners appreciated the efforts of OEC team for its outstanding work and ensured their support for future.

Fruitful and intellectual thoughts were shared by the participants for the review and reinventing of OEC vision and to broaden the approach of OEC for the next 5 years. The progress of ongoing projects of OEC was discussed in detail and ideas were shared to improve and make the projects sustainable.

Dr. Saranjam Baig emphasized on effective teamwork in order to create a better future for the people in the region. He said that there was a dire need to highlight those people who are impacting our society at ground level, shifting from high achievers or people studying at premier institution to the inspiring people living back in GB contributing for the well-being of society. Mr. Sardar Karim highlighted the importance of impact assessment for the organization and ensured his commitment for assistance in the impact assessment of OEC on the society for future.

President and Vice President of the organization extended their thanks to Dr. Saranjam,  Baig,(Patron in Chief), Sardar Karim, Mumtaz Gohar, Naubahar Rafi, Syed Naveed Shah, Naveed Hussian, Imran Hunzai and Tajjalee Abid for their presence in the event and continued support.

The Organization for Educational Change (OEC) is an independent body of students and young professionals, which has transformed itself from a single idea of a student magazine to an entire organization providing multiple services to the students and youth of Gilgit-Baltistan.Organization for Educational Change

OEC Communication group/DT Monitoring Desk
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OEC