A heart-wrenching story which once again sheds the light on Pakistan failing education system for girls, not just the education system but also the negative ideologies that are so widespread and so embedded within the people of Pakistan.
“My name is *Kiran; I am nine years old; and when I grow up I will become a doctor,” began the young girl. “But we are poor, we belong from traditional caste where girls do not get educated. I have never seen the inside of a school, but I always think what it would look like.”
A glance at the hillsides nearby Nurpur Shahan Village immediately tells you why – they are not allowed to come out in public. However, an on-ground investigation unveils that young girls may not go to schools, but are frequently seen in the market area for buying groceries. While walking through the market I could see many like Kiran assisting their family members in dragging the bulky shopping bags to their homes. This is where I saw Kiran, outside a small departmental store trying to balance several…
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