The Baloch tribe whose misfortunes clash sharply with more affluent surrounding areas largely populates Jacobabad, Sindh Pakistan. With a female literacy rate of only 22.3%, The scarcity of schools combined with conservative local attitudes toward female mobility has terrible consequences for an adolescent girl in Jacobabad: if there is no school in her village, she is forced to drop out.
Fast Rural Development Program with the support of donors build the schools where no schools available for the poor communities, we have established five primary schools at different villages where 1500 students getting free education, but at the same time we need the vehicle / bus or pickup to pick the female and male students who are living far from our schools, we have so far arranged one pickup and so Qingqi for the pickup the students but still this is not enough to cover the students. We are providing the free transportation to 100 students only but we still need four hundred student to transport them to there villages and school.
We are very thankful to our respective donors who really support us a lot to help the poor children to reach the school and request to share this report with other friends and colleagues to help us get more funds and reach the more villages.
Its a gloomy picture of society seeing day to day worsening situation of street or orphan children in Pakistan. These children are treated badly. When a child in Pakistan loses his/her father their chances for survival steeply decrease. In order to stay alive, these children and their mothers, often resort to begging or stealing. Drug abuse is not uncommon. Most horrifyingly, without sufficient parental or governmental protection, these children are forced to work as prostitutes or slaves.
Fast Rural Development Program established schools in the rural areas of Sindh where orphan kids admitted and we have provided them the Free Books, Transpotation and Education. We have admitted 30 more Orphan Kids in those schools and they getting quility education with others.
District Jacobabad, Sindh is largely populated by the Baloch tribe whose misfortunes clash sharply with more affluent surrounding areas. With a female literacy rate very low among the most regressive districts in terms of girls' education in all of Sindh Province of Pakistan. there are many other factors who stop the grils education, Transport is the one of the major issues, becuase schools developed by FRDP is far from some villages, if there is no school in her village, she is forced to drop out.
Fast Rural Development Program - FRDP Pakistan bought the one carry suzki to pick the students from far villages but its not enough at all and we are still seek a support from the donors to support to arrange another vehicle to pick the girls from villages. we have so far reached in 5 villages and from there we pick 30 students and which not even covering 20% ratio.