Where children do not yet know the alphabet

In the area around the city of Hyderabad in Pakistan, less than 50% of children can attend school. Franciscan Bishop Samson Shukardin organizes literacy and schooling in these poverty-stricken areas, as well as first aid learning and health care.

With only € 3,000 per year, 30 children can be taught every afternoon for a year. Caritas of the Diocese of Hyderabad hires teachers from elementary schools who work in their normal school in the morning and then teach those children in the afternoon who cannot go to elementary school because there is no more space or because there is no school in the poor district.

Even a Hindu temple has made its rooms available so that Caritas can organize classes there.

For one of these schools we have promised permanent support.


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