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Youth Policy Pakistan Pdf Free

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Youth Policy Pakistan Pdf Free

 

The role of young people in these organisations are unclear, as is their representative nature. Young people are passionate believers in education, but many have had no opportunity to gain essential skills. The fatalism that grips too many of Pakistans leaders when they consider the education system needs to be swept away. Birth rates remain high by regional standards, especially in rural areas. The 2009 British Council report Pakistan: The Next Generation gives further background on the situation for young people: Inspirational. Only half of Pakistan's children go to primary school, a quarter to secondary school, and just 5% receive any higher education. A number of youth organisations are listed as members of the Commonwealth Youth Council. In our survey of the next generation (18-29 year olds), a quarter of respondents are illiterate. To date, only the Punjab province has an approved youth policy (2012), though the Sindh province has a draft youth policy (2012) and the other regions and territories are engaged in consultation and drafting processes. At present,Pakistan ranks 101 out of 133 countries on the Global Competitiveness Index. This suggests perhaps a million children unaccounted for; Karachi, it seems likely, can lay claim to the unenviable title of the worst educated megacity on the planet However poor Pakistans education system may be now, it would be perfectly possible to successfully transform it over a generation.

 

Even those with good qualifications are struggling to find decent employment, and are struggling against discrimination and corruption. Year: 2013 Source: Commonwealth Youth Programme Literacy Rates 74.84% Both sexes (15-24) % 79.73% Male (15-24) % 69.62% Female (15-24) % Year: 2015 Source: UNESCO Net Enrolment Rate Secondary School 36.15% Both sexes % 41.32%Male % 30.59% Female % Year: 2012 Source: UNESCO Situation of Young People Prevalence of HIV 0.1% Male (15-24) % 0.1% Female (15-24) % Year: 2013 Source: World Bank Tobacco Use Consumed any smokeless or smoking tobacco product at least once 30 days prior to the survey. Public Institutions. Each day around a quarter of the countrys teachers do not turn up to school. Pakistan's demographic transition (from high to low mortality and fertility) has stalled. Energy use could quadruple; water will be an increasingly scarce resource. Consider thefollowing facts: One-third of primary age children, a larger proportion of girls than boys, are not in school at all. d680c458d3

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