Outdoor School Gives Hope to Street Kids in Karachi

Giving a new hope for street children, a Pakistani teen and her brother have launched an outdoor school to educate street kids in the city of Karachi.

When Shireen and Hassan first started their makeshift school, they had five street beggars as students. Now, the school has more than 250 students.

Some adults also attend the school and they show great interest to learn.

The school does not only educate the students, but it also provides them with pocket money and transportation.

Most of the expenditures are covered by the siblings’s family and friends.


Karachi outdoor school

A 14-year-old girl and her brother started a school for street kids in Pakistan.

Posted by Voice of America – VOA on Tuesday, 1 August 2017


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