Follow up Pakistan 2012

A coalition of 108 national and international child rights organizations working in Pakistan under the banner of the Child Rights Movement (CRM) submitted a report for the betterment of Child Right in Pakistan.

Some major recommendations from consultations with children

  1. The government should establish a school in each village and teachers should be trained.
  2. There should be a well-equipped health facility in each village.
  3. The government should provide free sports facilities.
  4. The government should give more attention to poverty by providing support to the most vulnerable families.
  5. Children in conflict with the law should be provided livelihood training so that they can rehabilitate their community when they return from jail.
  6. Children should be kept apart from adults in separate jails.
  7. Platforms should be established for children participation into social and economical issues concern their lives.