Kashimiri Girls Face All Odds for an Education

30th June 2015 | Karewa Manloo Village, Shopian District, Jammu and Kashmir | Musheer Ul Haq

Students at the Government Girls' Upgraded School in Shopian face bizarre circumstances in trying to get an education. Some are cramped into a kitchen converted to a classroom, others wait their turn for classrooms to get empty. Still others queue up for ages to get to the single toilet.

While the school has been upgraded from a nursery to primary school, it hasn't received any government funds since to build the additional infrastructure needed.

Call to Action: Please call the Deputy Commissioner, Mr Bashir Ahmad on +91 9419038999 and ask him to ensure that the school gets all the infrastructure necessary.

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