On behalf of Zindagi Trust I would like to thank our donors for their generous support. Your commitment to helping paid-to-learn-schools children is sincerely appreciated. Your generosity is making a huge difference in the lives of working children. It is evident from the report below of the inter-schools sports day.Sport activities enhance the morale of students and enable them to utilize their talent in a befitting manner. Every year PTL schools across Pakistan hold sports day in their schools. It is the first time that North Region PTL schools organized an inter-schools sports day activity. It was between Chah Sultan and Temaspabad Schools’ children, held in the school premises. The Regional Coordinator with his team supported the event.It was a fun filled event for both, teachers and children. The event comprised of sports, games and fun for 9 year old to 13 year old children. The games included; three legged race, frog race, tug of war, musical chairs, basket ball, spoon race, jumping the rope, sack race, bangle wearing, balloon and putting balls in water pot & basketball. It was finally time for basketball. The Basket ball match was between Chah Sultan and Temaspabad schools children. Both teams fought well against each other. It was a breath-taking match ending with Chah Sultan success.It was a proud moment for PTL schools’ children as they were rewarded with prizes. It was an extremely memorable day for the children, teachers and regional team of north schools!
Thanks again to our donors for their generous support!
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