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70% Schools without Security Guards, Peons and Sanitary Workers

ISLAMABAD, November 14: More than two-thirds of the 152 boys’ primary schools in 89 districts across Pakistan were without non-teaching staff like peons, sanitary workers and security guards, according to a monitoring report issued by Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) on Monday.

14% Teaching Posts Vacant in Boys’ High Schools

ISLAMABAD, June 26, 2011: Nationwide, 14% of the sanctioned teaching posts and 12% of the sanctioned non-teaching posts were lying vacant in the government boys’ high schools monitored by FAFEN during May 2011. According to FAFEN’s Education Institution Monitor released here Sunday, 42% of the monitored schools did not have a security guard and 27% had no sanitary worker.

45% Girls Primary Schools Lack Clean Drinking Water Arrangements

Forty-five percent of the government girls' primary schools monitored by FAFEN in April 2011 lacked clean drinking water for students. This crucial arrangement was not available in 35 of the 78 monitored schools - eight in Punjab, 11 in Sindh, 12 in KP and in all the four schools monitored in Balochistan.

Non-Teaching Staff Lack Sanitation and Security Staff

A Report Based on the Monitoring of 109 Government Boys' Primary Schools in March 2011 A majority of government boys' primary schools, monitored by FAFEN...

No Library in Majority of Girls High Schools

ISLAMABAD, 4th April, 2011: One in every 10 sanctioned teaching posts in monitored government girls’ high schools is lying vacant nationwide, where one teacher has to teach, on an average, 33 girls. Among the monitored schools, 55% did not have a library and 43% had no playgrounds. The government needs to ensure the availability of staff and facilities for the education of female students in the country, says FAFEN Education Monitor released here Monday.

38% Boys High Schools Lack Libraries, Playgrounds

As many as 38% government boys high schools do not have a library, 40% lack playgrounds and 42% do not have security guards, according to FAFEN’s monitoring of state-run boys high schools across the country during January, 2011. The government needs to resolve infrastructural issues and ensure the availability of key facilities in order to improve standards of secondary education in the country, says FAFEN’s Education Institution Monitor released here Monday.

Girls Primary Schools Lack Non-Teaching Staff, Arrangements for Drinking Water

Government Girls’ Primary Schools lack non-teaching staff and arrangement of clean drinking water for students, according to FAFEN Education Monitor, based on the monitoring of 137 Girls Primary Schools in 87 districts of four provinces and FATA.

Lax Security, Inadequate Facilities at Girls Middle Schools

A Survey of 106 Girls Middle Schools in Pakistan ISLAMABAD: Almost three fourths (72%) of the Girls' Middle Schools in the country do not have...

20% Teaching Posts Vacant in Girls Colleges Across Pakistan

ISLAMABAD, November 28, 2010: More than one fifth of the teaching posts at government-run colleges for women, monitored by Free and Fair Election (FAFEN) during September 2010, were vacant across the country, according to FAFEN Education Institution Monitor released here Sunday.

A Survey of 133 Government Girls Primary Schools in Pakistan

The government is spending an average of Rs 1,670 per year for each girl enrolled in primary schools nationwide, based on budgetary data provided...

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