Civil Society Balochistan Commits to Education Enrollment Campaign

Quetta: Civil Society Balochistan has committed to be a part of the education enrollment campaign started by government of Balochistan.
Civil Society Balochistan is a collation of citizens of Balochistan which raises social and political issues which are ignored by political parties.
Commitment was made by activists of Civil Society Balochistan during a meeting with Aziz Ahmad Jamali who is Additional Secretary Education and focal person of enrollment campaign.
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Education Enrollment campaign was kicked start by provincial government on 23rd February in which target is to enroll 400,000 out of school children, till 16th April.
Civil Society Balochistan will help the education department in indentifying areas where the ratio of out of school children is highest and needs especial work and focus.
Activists of Civil Society Balochistan will personally visit different ears in Quetta and point out the areas where the focus of enrollment campaign should be highest.
It was also agreed in the meeting that Civil Society Balochistan through its network of volunteers would spread the message of enrollment across Balochistan.
Convener Sami Zarkoon and deputy convener of Civil Society Balochistan Imdad Baloch appreciated the enrollment campaign initiative of Balochistan government and pledged their whole hearted support for the noble cause.
Earlier, Civil Society had successfully campaigned for amendment in private education regulation bill and Higher Education resources distribution case.
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Adnan Aamir is founder and Editor of Balochistan Voices. He also works as an independent journalist covering politics, economy, and development. He is Digital Security Fellow of Reporters Without Borders 2019. He has also completed Chevening South Asian Journalism fellowship from the University of Westminster in 2018.