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June 20, 2017

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Children of women prisoners to get education

Children of women prisoners to get education

SUKKUR: Sindh Women Development Department Secretary Mudassir Iqbal has said that the establishment of Early Learning Centre in the Hyderabad Central Jail was no less than a milestone to provide quality education and training to the children of women prisoners. 

He said this while addressing the inauguration ceremony of Early Learning Centre established in collaboration with the Sindh Women Development Department and the Legal Aid.

Mudassir informed that the first Early Learning Centre was established in Karachi Central Jail in 2015 with the collaboration of Sindh Women Development Department and the Legal Aid. He said that this was the second centre of this kind and such centres would also be established in other prisons of Sindh, which would help provide education to the children in the prisons and make them active members of the society.

He said that since children living in prisons were innocent thus it was our duty to play a vital role to make them good citizens. He lauded the efforts of the Legal Aid.

 

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