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USF, PBM sign MoU to promote girls digital education

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article image STAFF REPORT ISB: The ICT initiative for girls’ empowerment’ organised by the Ministry of Information Technology in collaboration with Bait-ul-Maal, Universal Services Fund and Microsoft has been launched here. Under this initiative, USF and Bait-ul-Maal (PBM) have signed an MoU to impart latest computer knowledge to girls across the country. PBM Managing Director Abid Waheed and CEO USF signed the agreement. The event was also witnessed by Minister for Finance Ishaq Dar and…Read More

UNESCO, GoP bonded for improving Girls Education in far flung areas

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article image STAFF REPORT ISB: UNESCO paired together the Government of Pakistan for the next three years to enhance access to quality learning open doors for essential young ladies in the far flung ranges of the country. To bolster enhanced quality and safe learning conditions for young girls of remote areas, UNESCO and the Government of Pakistan formally propelled in Islamabad the Young Girls Right to Education Program in Pakistan’. The Girls’ Right to Education program which will be…Read More

UNESCO, GoP bonded for improving Girls Education in far flung areas

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article image STAFF REPORT ISB: UNESCO paired together the Government of Pakistan for the next three years to enhance access to quality learning open doors for essential young ladies in the far flung ranges of the country. To bolster enhanced quality and safe learning conditions for young girls of remote areas, UNESCO and the Government of Pakistan formally propelled in Islamabad the 'Young Girls Right to Education Program in Pakistan'. The Girls' Right to Education program which will be executed…Read More

KP govt plans to allocate 70pc new schools for girls

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STAFF REPORT PESH: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government will allocate 70 per cent of the new educational institutions to be opened in the province to girls in order to improve female education. "The provincial government wants to provide modern education to girls and create job opportunities for them to address their economic necessities because without education modern society could not be formed," said KPK assembly speaker Asad Qaisar while speaking as chief guest at the first home…Read More

UN girls education policy at dist level stressed

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article image STAFF REPORT LHR: The United Nations Girls’ Education Initiative (UNGEI) in collaboration with the UNICEF and the School Education Department (SED) has recommended home-based education as an alternative schooling, greater utilisation of available infrastructure and resources to cater to more students, and formulation of an education calendar by districts instead of provincial government.The policy brief on the Impact of Climate Change on the Education of Most Excluded Children in…Read More

ICTs for Girls Day celebrated

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STAFF REPORT ISB: In line with the global initiative taken by ITU-UN, E-village, a project of Pakistan Social Association, celebrated the ICTs for Girls Day in Islamabad. More than 400 girls from almost all parts of Pakistan including remote areas of Balochistan, KPK, and AJK participated in the event. ICTs professionals and NGO leaders highlighted the role of ICTs in development sectors specially in health, education, agriculture and good governance. Chief guest was the DG NCRD Zafar…Read More

Dangers for girls leaving personal info on internet

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IN THIS day and age, with predators lurking everywhere, it is very dangerous for girls to leave pictures, cell phone numbers, addresses, or any personal information for that matter, anywhere on the internet. The most common place where predators look for girls’ personal information is social networking websites, the most common being Facebook.Girls are naive and should realize the dangers that exist in leaving personal information on social networking websites. It is very easy for anyone to…Read More

Dangers for girls leaving personal info on internet

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IN THIS day and age, with predators lurking everywhere, it is very dangerous for girls to leave pictures, cell phone numbers, addresses, or any personal information for that matter, anywhere on the internet. The most common place where predators look for girls’ personal information is social networking websites, the most common being Facebook.Girls are naive and should realize the dangers that exist in leaving personal information on social networking websites. It is very easy for anyone to…Read More