PESHAWAR: The participants of a workshop here stressed the need for making legislation and implementation of article 25-A to make education common for which is vital for every developed and educated society.
This was stated during a workshop organized by the Khwendu Kor (NGO) with the cooperation of Unicef here on Tuesday.
The workshop was attended by representatives of education, civil society members and others. The participants threw light on the Article 25-A, and sought proposals from the participants in this regard.
Project manager Nuzhat Amin briefed the participants about aims and objectives of the project.
She said making legislation through parliament is the need of the hour to make education common for all and enforcement of article 25-A, in which education is made compulsory for all children.
The children particularly the girls are being faced with multiple problems and difficulties in getting education in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province which is already in the grip of militancy and other troubles. In such a situation a lot of reforms are a must in education sector.
The workshop was attended by Balqees Bibi, Afshan Bibi and Subhan Ali of the Khwendu Kor, research study consultants Samena Anwar and Amir Khan, Deba Shabnam from Unisef, Jehan Zeb Khan from Spark Organisation, legal adviser Fayaz Ahmed advocate and Shakoor Khan from education department.