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ILMBASSADOR’s volunteers Take a Child to School

A recognition ceremony was organized for ILMBASSADOR’s volunteers under “Take a Child to School” project funded by British Council. The event was organized to acknowledge efforts of community volunteers towards increasing enrollment of Out of School Children (OOSC) in the Government Schools. The activity has been conducted in three Districts e.g Swat, Chitral and Shangla. During ceremonies volunteers received their shields and took the oath to continue the mission to enroll OOSC in their respective areas. District Education Departments participated and appreciate the contributions and support of community volunteers and SRSP in the enrollment of students in the Government Schools.
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