Girl's Education : The Importance Of Education In Pakistan

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The knowledge attained through education helps open doors to a lot of opportunities for better prospects in career growth. According to the Telegraph "When girls are educated, their countries become stronger and more prosperous". In this quote Michelle Obama is trying to explain the importance of girls’ education towards the development of a country. Pakistan is a country where people have been following the tradition, beliefs, and practices of their ancestors. In Pakistan, five point four million children of primary school age are not in school; sixty-two percent of them are girls. Seventy-one percent of women have not completed primary school, compared with forty-one percent of men ("If You're a Girl in Pakistan, What Are Your Chances of Going to School?"). If the government is poorly balanced, the girls will have no right towards education, and the country will fall in jeopardy. Education Freedom for girls is still a considerable problem in Pakistan. Girls in some areas are dominated by men. There could be many causes why some girls are not treated equally as men in Pakistan. Primarily, Government is one of the major issues. According to the law of compulsory education it is every girl’s right to get educated, but due to poor maintenance and balance, the government has been unable to work on not only this issue but also other major issues. There are many other challenges plaguing school-age children, particularly for girls' education, in Pakistan. These challenges

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