Baluchistan struggles to cope up with the academic loss

Baluchistan struggles to cope up with the academic loss

Baluchistan struggles to cope up with the academic loss

Picture courtesy: Unicef

While the school closure has disrupted the children’s education around the world, Pakistan’s largest province Baluchistan struggles to continue its educational activities.

According to a recent report published by UNICEF, the children in Baluchistan are also disappointed like millions of other students around the world due to the disruption of the education caused by coronavirus pandemic. One of the concerns of students is how the temporary closure of schools will affect student’s long-term plans. 

According to UNICEF, around 375 WhatsApp groups have been created as part of the effort. The project has not only14,000 group members, but the volunteer teams are also providing online support to parent-teacher school management committees and local education councils. The project also guides parents on home-schooling by sharing information via WhatsApp groups. 

Moreover, the groups share other useful information, such as how to protect families from the coronavirus, and the tips for staying physically active. The volunteers of the project teach students how to maintain social distancing and the importance of washing hands to prevent coronavirus. 

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