Education management organization, a component of Sindh Basic Education Program (SBEP) is a joint collaboration of USAID and School Education Department (SED), formerly known as Education and Literacy Department, Government of Sindh (GoS). In order to improve the standard of education in the province of Sindh, SED, in consultation with the Public Private Partnership (PPP) Unit, Finance Department of GoS, in collaboration with the USAID and SBEP, announced an invitation for bids to outsource the management and administration of selected public schools established under SBEP Program to Education Management Organizations (EMOs). CfC Pakistan won two schools (GBHS Koro Goth, Khairpur and GGHS Arain, Sukkur) in first phase, two schools (GHS Abad Lakha, Sukkur and GHS Bedil Bekas, Sukkur) in second phase, and five schools (GBHS Dodanko, GBHS G(N) Modern, GBHS Tando Nazar Ali, GBHSS Setharja, and GBHSS Hussainabad) in third phase, each for ten year projects as Education Management Organization (EMO). Through performance-based management contracts that is based on a public-private partnership (PPP) model, CfC Pakistan is managing and improving the functioning of these government schools by introducing innovations, modernizing the education system, addressing management gaps, maintaining and upgrading the school building and facilities, and cooperatively working with teachers, schools’ staff, school management committees, surrounding communities, and local tiers of the SED.