First and foremost most of these children does not even have a good casual wear to wear. Almost all these dressed are torn they feel shy to sit among the children. Providing uniform will bring uniformity among children which results in greater change so that they come to the centre with happiness and they also feel that they are like any other school going children.
Most of the children who are coming to our child labor rehabilitation center wear torn clothes which they feel very difficult because they never feel happy to come to rehabilitation center with that clothing. Providing a child with a school uniform not only gives the obvious benefit of quality clothing but also can help improve school attendance and test results.
Last before year we found a donor for supporting uniform for these kids and we than measured the impact of providing school uniforms to our children found that it reduced our centres absenteeism by 75% for the average student, and 90% from students who did not previously own a uniform, as well as improving the children's test scores.
As the children are educated they become aware of their rights and will not allow any person to trample upon those rights, and this will ultimately end the circle of child poverty, child labor and child trafficking.
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