Pakistan (Balochistan): Rural School
Balochistan is arguably the most neglected province in Pakistan. Due to drought conditions and widespread poverty, 56% of its schools have no electricity, while 36% of its schools have no water. 3 million children in Balochistan have no access to schools, forcing thousands of children into work at a young age.
This project aims to build schools in rural areas where there is no school currently available.
Each school will consist of two rooms and will include a veranda. It will be a solid structure made from bricks and cement. Each classroom will be 12x16 feet.
It will be a primary school for boys and girls, and approximately 50 students will attend it. Land will be provided by the community and local teachers will be provided by the government.
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