Pakistan has one of the lowest literacy rates in the world. Women are 51% of the total country population and their literacy rate is alarming especially in rural areas due to social and cultural obstacles. Of Every 100 girls in rural Pakistan, only 18 will reach the 8th grade, only 1 complete high school. In three years, Muwakhat Foundation sends 30,000 dropout girls to high school after counseling of their parents and overcome obstacles. Result with collective effort, we can change their world
According to statistics, overall women literacy rate is 41% and in rural areas literacy rate is 16%. An uneducated girl, risk high rate of maternal and child mortality will likely to marry before her 15th birthday. She may never know her human basic rights. Parents feel spend in education for girl is poor investment. Owing to all these circumstances, women have lost their employment and they are unaware about this fact that they can also play an important role in the development of the country.
Educating a girl is our joint responsibility. Muwakhat foundation goal is "Education and food for every girl" Muwakhat Foundation will do counseling of parents for send back dropout girls from high school. Once parents agreed to allow her to get an education, she will receive benefits on rejoin school for education i.e One time school admission fee, books, and uniform Monthly school fees Monthly pick & drop car rent because parents did not send girls to faraway high school.
Muwakhat Foundation is promoting girl education with a believe "if we educate a girl, she will change the world"
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).
Promote girl education
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