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Martin Dow has collaborated with IBA, one of Pakistan’s top business schools, in a project which includes sponsorship of two of its students to the International Case Competition at Maastricht (ICC@M) hosted by the Maastricht University School of Business & Economics held in Maastricht , Netherlands. We are also the proud sponsors of IBA’s Gold Medals at their annual Convocations for ongoing period. The sponsorship expands to Overall Marketing Gold Medal, Overall Finance Gold Medal, Overall Best Student Undergraduate Program and Overall Best Student Graduate Program.

Financial assistance is also being given to COMMECS Institute of Business and Emerging Sciences (CIBES) for the provision of fully equipped library and computer lab. Martin Dow is also providing scholarship to deserving students at DOW University of Health Sciences. Through such endeavors, Martin Dow aims to give the coming generation hope for a better, more fulfilling future.

Pakistan Association of the Deaf is the biggest representative of the deaf community in Pakistan. Amongst the many initiatives taken by Martin Dow with P.A.D., the biggest and most-rewarding has been the launch of DSLRG (Deaf Sign Language Research Group) which is developing sign language curriculum for deaf children. This is the first step taken in the history of Pakistan to develop curriculum and books in sign language.

Another significant instance of active participation of Martin Dow in developing and promoting education sector is financial contribution to Green Crescent Trust, which is a non-government organization managed by a Board of Trustees. The Trust, at present, is operating and managing 61 Hilal Public Schools in Sindh, providing quality education to more than 9,000 students.

Green Crescent Trust – Children Expo

GCT Hilal Schools is a project of “Green Crescent Trust”, providing education in underprivileged areas to deprived children. This year Green Crescent Trust (GCT) celebrated 25 years of excellence at GCT Children Expo 2019 at Arts Council, Karachi.

Martin Dow Group Uplifting Quality Education with Professional Education Foundation

Martin Dow Group deems quality education as an integral constituent for a prosperous society. Keeping this in mind, Martin Dow Group with our abiding partner Professional Education Foundation encourages aspiring and deserving students to serve the nation with their capabilities.


Commitment to Community continues through ZABMUN VIII

Martin Dow believes in advocating the leaders of tomorrow by giving them opportunity to get out of their comfort zone and make a difference.

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WWF – Adopt For Green

We recently joined hands with WWF to embark on a journey with 200 students at a Public School in Korangi. Martin Dow and WWF held workshops with primary and secondary grade students based on a 2 month project. Our aim was to create ‘Ambassadors for Tomorrow’


National Partnership with AIESEC Pakistan

Taking forward the purpose and idea of Commitment to Community, we entered in an essential collaboration with AIESEC Pakistan as their National Partner.

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Martin Dow create history with Pakistan’s first ever concert for the hearing impaired!

Martin Dow strongly believes that the fate of any nation builds upon the quality of graduates it fosters. We closely work with multiple renowned educational institutions to create favorable opportunities for students to rise and shine. To continue the endowment, Martin Dow partnered with Habib University and presents Habib University’s Convocation Concert 2018.

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Inauguration of Hilal Public School – Martin Dow Campus of Green Crescent Trust

Education is of utmost importance as no nation can progress without it. We at Martin Dow feel it is our prime duty to facilitate, nourish and invest in our state for our future. Continuing with this idea, Group Chairman Martin Dow Group, Mr. A. Sattar Akhai presented Hilal Public School – Martin Dow Campus of Green Crescent Trust (GCT) to the ingenious and talented children of Mehran Town, Korangi.