British Council Peshawar
- To enhance the listening, speaking and reading skills of Ulama in English language.
- To provide the participants of the course an opportunity to practice speaking and listening English language during the course with native as well as British people in a real situation.
- To provide learning and information sharing environment to the participants of the course.
- To expose the information technology that is used in the British Council library and Information Service to the participants of the course.
- To offer to the participants an exposure to the British culture and exchange of ideas through use of material during the course.
- To rationalize gender sensitivity in the participants by their interaction with female s and staff of the British Council.
- Selection of groups of fifteen to twenty persons for the English language course
- To ensure their Participation in the Courses
- To Identify Foreigners Teachers for Imparting Training
- To design curricula for the courses
- Conduct Courses
- Preparing Reports of the Courses
- 12 courses each one of Five days/30 Hours were organized
- A total number of 240 Ulama, Imams/Khateebs and female clerics attended the events
- Female Western Teachers imparted all the training courses
- The English Language/Cultural interaction courses greatly facilitated dialogue and discussion on vital issues
March 6, 2000 to December 2003
British Council Peshawar-Pakistan and Small Grant Program of US Embassy