Samina travel 6km daily to reach school
Samina lives with her two sisters and mother in a small village distance 6 kilometer from kasur city. Her father died two years ago and he was the only bread earner of her family. After death of her father, mother started work as cook in nearest school canteen but income is not enough to cover all basic needs including school expenses of Samina and her both sisters. She wants to be a teacher and financial hurdles unable to stop her from study. Daily, she is going to school by walk and it took 55 minutes to reach school. In hot summer and cold winter, become most difficult for her but she want to continue her study.
MUWAKHAT VISIT GIRLS SCHOOL
Tabinda Alkans Jaffery Director ( Muwakhat Foundation) visited Girls school located near Kasur City province Punjab. The purpose to study & analyse dropout rate of girls, reason for left school, challenges facing by girls to get education in school and how Muwakhat Foundation can facilitate female students for continue their education.
Girls school of Kasur city not have sufficient class room, so 60% students study in open area and it become most difficult to continue class in cold winter, hot summer and rainy days.
15% female students not afford transportation expenses and come to school by walk. It is not safe for woman and girl in rural area where people not give preference to girl education
MUWAKHAT PLAN TO PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION FOR GIRLS
Muwakhat will provide transportation expenses for pick and drop to 15 girls who live at distance from school between 3km to 8km.
Every year will raise funds through post micro project at GlobalGiving.
60% student study under sky, No classroom
15% girls cannot afford school bus fee
Director Tabinda interview students