Empowering Deaf Children Through Education

In Pakistan there are over a million deaf children of school age, yet less than 5% attend school. Deaf Reach, a program of Family Educational Services Foundation, is one of the only branch networks of schools catering to the needs of the Deaf community, providing a full circle solution from education and skills training, teacher development and parent training, to job placement and community inclusion.

Making a Difference

Deaf Reach envisions a future where education is a reality for all deaf children in Pakistan, as we work together with our local communities to educate, empower, and inspire.


In Pakistan, nearly a million school-age deaf children lack access to education or language development.


Working together with our partners, donors, and volunteers, we inspire lasting change and hope.


Every child deserves a quality education, language and social development, and a future of opportunity.

Featured Programs

Deaf Education

Deaf Reach Schools, Training Centers and Colleges provide a holistic model for deaf education, social and vocational development. Learn More

Parent Training

The Parent Training Program provides monthly sign language and literacy classes to enable parents to be participants in their deaf child’s development, as well as to improve their own literacy skills. Learn More

Teacher Training

Our Teacher Training programs provide teacher development, training sessions, internships, and ongoing support in their career development. Learn More

Job Placement

To date, over 2,500 young deaf men and women have acquired employment through our Job Placement Program. Learn More

Sign Language Development

We leverage technology to develop the first-ever digital resources in Pakistan Sign Language (PSL), the language of Pakistan’s Deaf community. Learn More

A Heartfelt Thank You to Our Sponsors, Partners, And Donors

Your generous support makes it possible for Deaf Reach programs to make education, language, and improved quality of life a reality for deaf children and youth. Learn More