Breakfast for KG school-children in Pakistan

by Zindagi Trust
Dec 27, 2012

A walkthrough of our Breakfast Programme

"We drink milk so we can grow big"
"We drink milk so we can grow big"

Happy Holidays!

Saba Naz, a sports teacher who was one of the first on our staff to own the Breakfast Program, presents a walkthrough of the early-morning activity in the Kindergarten Section this past week. 

Here she greets the bright, young children in our Kindergarten section as they get seated in the breakfast room and talks to them about how they start their day in school:

Kindergarten Students get seated in the Breakfast Room from Zindagi Trust on Vimeo.


Saba watches our teachers lay out milk and cookies for the students assembled in the breakfast room: 

Milk for Kindergarten Students from Zindagi Trust on Vimeo.


Saba talks to Mariam, a kindergarten student, about what she eats for breakfast at the school and why she thinks milk is important for kids like her who are growing up:


Mariam from kindergarten talks to us about breakfast from Zindagi Trust on Vimeo.


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Zindagi Trust

Location: Karachi, Sindh - Pakistan
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Project Leader:
Abdul Haque
Karachi, Sindh Pakistan

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