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Providing Education to Poor’s

There is no doubt in it that education is the one and only powerful catalyst for the social transformation in the country. But, it can’t be given in isolation to anyone. The children irrespective of their gender should be gone school if the family and especially parents are assured of the healthcare and empowerment. That’s why NGO for girl child education is working dedicatedly for transforming the lives of our nation’s daughter.

Don’t know the actual reason behind that why in our society education is only limited to boys? Due to such inequalities, girls are the one who is exploited most in society. Be it education, households, sexual harassment, clothes and there are many more areas where we find this section most exploited. Luckily, these disparities have started removing from the societies due to the NGOs and their girl child welfare society. A big thanks to them for taking their special step in this area and taking them out from such exploitations and vulnerabilities.

Almost, more than half of the children are deprived of going to school. They are indulged in the job of carpenter, cobbler, households etc. The NGOs have launched educational programs and institutions where they are being taught with no fees.

The Pakistan government is legally guarantees the right for all the children’s between the ages of five and 16 to attend school. However, funding for education is low. In 2010, the government granted only 10 percent of its funds to the education system. Education has been of central significance to the development of human society. It can be the beginning not last, not only of individual knowledge, information and awareness, but also a holistic strategy for development and change.

Education is very much connected to women’s ability to form social relationships on the basis of equality with others and to achieve the important social good of self respect. It is important, as well, to mobility (through access to jobs and the political process) and to health and life (through the connection to bodily integrity).Education serves as a protection to domestic violence. Domestic violence is a major factor that negatively affects the advancement of women. One of the significant goals of education in Pakistani women is its contribution to the labor market. Education empowers women to have a voice in the decision-making process in a male-dominated household, limiting men to influence the women’s involvement in paid jobs that contribute to the country’s economy, thus improving Pakistan’s status of women. Education can allow women to participate in politics so they can ensure that their voices and concerns are heard and addressed in the public policy. It is also crucial for women’s access to the legal system.

Although it must be considered that religion and traditions of the Pakistani affect women’s education. Some women may choose to keep the traditional roles because that is what they have always known and are used to. It would be a great opportunity if women were able to make their choice on their own, though. They should at least have the knowledge of both sides to be educated or to stay with the traditional ways.

Education is a critical input in human resource development and essential for the country’s economic growth. It increases the productivity and efficiency of individuals, and it produces a skilled labor force that is capable of leading the economy towards sustainable growth and prosperity. The progress and wellbeing of a country largely depends on the education choices made available to its people. It can be one of the most powerful instruments of change. It can help a country to achieve its national goals via producing minds imbued with knowledge, skills, and competencies to shape its future destiny.

The widespread recognition of this fact has created awareness on the need to focus upon literacy and elementary education, not simply as a matter of social justice but more to foster economic growth, social well-being, and social stability. Women’s education is so inextricably linked with the other facets of human development that to make it a priority is to also make change on a range of other fronts; from the health and status of women to early childhood care; from nutrition, water and sanitation to community empowerment; from the reduction of child labor and other forms of exploitation to the peaceful resolution of conflicts.