Celebrating Young Heros of Pakistan; Legendary Children – Part II

Another great article about amazing children in Pakistan! Thanks, Saadia!

The Human Lens

As The Human Lens is focusing on “celebrating childhoods”, here is the second and awaited part for readers, considering the amount of positive feedback and traffic that came this way, on part i. Those who didn’t catch it yet, click that mouse here. A developing country where daily lives are a struggle for half of its population living under ;poverty line, Pakistani children are hit the hardest from various socio economic disadvantages. The Global Nutrition Report 2015 reported that more than half of Pakistan’s children under the age of five to be stunted or wasted and just nearly 87% of Pakistani children finish primary school education. Despite many positive developments, Pakistan still has one of the highest illiteracy rates with the world second largest   out of school population (5.1 million children) after Nigeria. In such scenario, it is important to pay homage to those children fighting all sorts of odds to realize greater…

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3 Responses to Celebrating Young Heros of Pakistan; Legendary Children – Part II

  1. A writer from the East says:

    Thanks a billion Sandie! You are such an Angel :)

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  2. Sandie says:

    It’s my privilege!

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  3. A writer from the East says:

    <3 you!!!!

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