Young Girls belong to Hindu family Happy to re-join village schools
Floods 2015 hit poor rural families in Badin districts and since floods they are working as laborer in outside their homelands and some 200 families residing in Jati area, AHD female program team visited these families and find some 230 young girls are near to go school or some them already drop out from schools as they left their village due to floods water enter into their houses. AHD women program team surveyed and some 230 young girls ages from 6 to 12 years encouraged to join nearby Govt, primary schools and some of them will re-join in class 2 to 3.
We really thankful of donors, that AHD enable to reach out vulnerable groups and families
123 Health Kits distributed in children during summer vacations
AHD female staff engaged to promote and awareness raising for the education and health promotion in rural poor families children, during the month of May some 123 health kits distributed to help poor students some 81 girls and 42 boys. The families residing in 10 villages of UC Serebelaro near Jati now happy to send their girls to school after vacations.
Further we need support all of you to help more girls to bring them in Govt, primary schools for the education promotion in rural areas
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About 119 girls enrolled in village level Govt. Primary Schools
The girl effect project working to promote education in rural families, during the present quarter Jan to March 2015 some 119 girls enrolled in nearby Govt. Primary schools and girls now going to the nearby Govt. primary schools. The Govt. schools in rural areas are helpful and promoting education in rural areas. AHD formed village women groups in rural villages and women asked to send their young girls in nearby primary schools. The situation of the said village were not good regarding the girls / women education, majority of young girls working at household level & picking sticks / wood for cooking purposes as well as colleting water for drinking purposes from the outside the village. The snaps shows some 3 girls picked wood for fire/cooking for the family.
Female education needs attentions and efforts in rural areas to increase the women participation, empowerment and education towards women development
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Young Girls Wants to GO School near Sujawal District
AHD conducted fresh survey in Jan 1-5th 2015 in Deh Budha and Sujawal areas, during the household survey and interview of some 10 women it was seen that young gils ages between 4 to 7 years are being asked to collect wood and grass from outside for the animals as well as wood for cooking purposes.
AHD women staff including women program manager conducted awareness visits in 10 villages and promoted awareness to send their young children to nearby Govt. primary schools, as school are now open and teachers claiming low attendance. We make a request to our Global Giving donors that once donate this project to enable our staff to carry education awareness campaigns and also visit some 15 new villages in next 2 month period for the purpose to promote education in young girls.
Young Girls Ignored to send schools by rural families Pakistan
Women staff of AHD conducted baseline survey house to house visits to know the update situation of rural poor families and their young children particularly girls situation at house hold level is very adverse. Most of rural families do not send their girls to school and in most of villages unavailability of Govt. primary school or distance is about 1 to 1.5 km. overall situation in rural areas is still questionable. The future of hundreds of girls in minority families is same as their parents.
On this Christmas season, theses girls in rural areas needs all of us attention and timely support, we at AHD wants to support more girls for the enrolment in Govt. primary school and their skill training at village level.
At initial stage we will support some 500 girls in Jan –March 2015, your timely support will enable us to reach the unreached families
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