Fun for all: Parents, children throng learning festival

Karachi:May 17:Muhammad Akram from Unicef spoke about the three-year long non-formal education programme, titled ‘The Social Cohesion and Resilience Programme,’ planned by Unicef. It is being implemented in three suburb towns of Karachi – Gadap, Bin Qasim and Keamari- and in Badin and Jacobabad. The programme intends to provide informal education to youth and engage them in promoting peace. More than 63% of this country is youth and there is a need to take measures for implementation of the youth policy, Akram said. Ilahi Bux Baloch from SPO said teachers should impart the kind of knowledge to students that will enable them to make a decision between right and wrong.The news.