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Press Release Publishing Report(October 23, 2022)

Press Release Publishing Report(October 23, 2022)

October 23, 2022

3.5 Million Displaced Students Require Support to Resume Education: PCE

Sr. No. Name of Publications Location Circulation Impressions
1 The News Pakistan 198,000 85,000
2 Express Tribune Islamabad 210,000 127,000
3 The Nation Islamabad 100,000 24,000
4 Daily Times Islamabad 90.84k 75.78k
5 Pakistan Observer Islamabad 109,000 18,000
6 Nawaiwaqt Islamabad 429.4k 395.0k
7 Roznama Pakistan Pakistan 15,000 9,000
8 PostCapital Pakistan 18,000 12,000
9 Daily Mumtaz News Pakistan 21,000 14,000
10 Urdupoint Pakistan 8.9M 7.7M
11 APP Pakistan 74.0K 58.K
12 Parliament Times Islamabad 13.1k 9.81k
13 Telecoalert Islamabad 5k 3500
14 The Azb Pakistan 16,000 8,000
15 Daily News Pakistan 5k 3800

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3.5m displaced students require support to resume education

By Muhammad Qasim
January 22, 2023

Islamabad : The civil society of Pakistan welcomed the pledges of over $9 billion made by the international community for flood recovery efforts in a recent UN conference and urged for swift action to rehabilitate those affected by the floods.

In a joint statement issued by the civil society here in Islamabad, special emphasis was laid on prioritising education in the distribution of disaster aid to support the recovery of the education system in the affected areas. The statement was jointly issued by Pakistan Coalition for Education (PCE), an initiative of Society for Access to Quality Education, Centre for Peace and Development Initiative (CPDI), Pakistan Youth Change Advocates (PYCA), United Global Organization of Development (UGOOD) and renowned educationist Dr. A.H. Nayyar.

The statement was accompanied by a joint call to action (CTA) asking state and non-state actors to take immediate measures to bring the displaced children back to school. This entails diverting sufficient disaster aid towards education as well as providing conditional cash transfers to the affected households to facilitate the education of their children.

https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/1033047-3-5m-displaced-students-require-support-to-resume-education


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https://tribune.com.pk/epaper/news/Islamabad/2023-01-21/YTljNjNlY2E5MTI0ZmMzZWViNTNiNzZkZjk3OTUwYzcuanBlZw%3D%3D


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PCE stresses funds for 3.5m flood-hit children's education

ISLAMABAD - As Pakistan has secured over $9 billion aid commitments at the Donors Conference this month for flood recovery operations, the civil society has urged the government for swift action to rehabilitate those affected by the devastating floods.

In a statement issued here by the Pakistan Coalition for Education (PCE) on Friday, special emphasis was laid on prioritizing education in the distribution of disaster aid to support the swift recovery of the education system in the affected areas.

The PCE is an initiative of the Society For Access to Quality Education, Centre for Peace and Development Initiative (CPDI), Pakistan Youth Change Advocates (PYCA), United Global Organization of Development (UGOOD), and renowned educationist, Dr. A.H. Nayyar.

It called for action by state and non-state actors to take immediate measures to bring the displaced children back to school.

https://www.nation.com.pk/21-Jan-2023/pce-stresses-funds-for-3-5m-flood-hit-children-s-education


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3.5m displaced students require support to resume education: PCE

The civil society of Pakistan welcomed the pledges of more than $9 billion made by the international community for flood recovery efforts in a recent UN conference and urged for swift action to rehabilitate those affected by the floods. This was said in a joint statement issued by the civil society here in Islamabad. Special emphasis was laid on prioritizing education in the distribution of disaster aid to support the swift recovery of the education system in the affected areas. The press statement was jointly issued by the Pakistan Coalition for Education (PCE), an initiative of the Society For Access to Quality Education, Centre for Peace and Development Initiative (CPDI), Pakitan Youth Change Advocates (PYCA), United Global Organization of Development (UGOOD), and renowned educationist, Dr.A.H. Nayyar.

The statement was accompanied by a joint call to action asking state and non-state actors to take immediate measures to bring the displaced children back to school. This entails diverting sufficient disaster aid towards education as well as providing conditional cash transfers to the affected households to facilitate the education of their children. The call-to-action also stressed the need to make Pakistan's education system resilient to future emergencies by speedy and quality reconstruction of damaged school infrastructure complete with basic facilities such as boundary walls, washrooms, clean drinking water, utilities, multiple classrooms, teaching aides, and a minimum number of trained teachers. Building back better also demands making a strong preparedness and disaster-risk management component inherent to the education system at the federal, provincial, district, and school levels.

https://dailytimes.com.pk/1053865/3-5m-displaced-students-require-support-to-resume-education-pce/


Press Release Publishing Report

3.5m displaced students require support to resume education: PCE

The civil society of Pakistan welcomed the pledges of more than $9 billion made by the international community for flood recovery efforts in a recent UN conference and urged for swift action to rehabilitate those affected by the floods.

This was said in a joint statement issued by the civil society here in Islamabad. Special emphasis was laid on prioritizing education in the distribution of disaster aid to support the swift recovery of the education system in the affected areas. The press statement was jointly issued by the Pakistan Coalition for Education (PCE), an initiative of the Society For Access to Quality Education, Centre for Peace and Development Initiative (CPDI), Pakitan Youth Change Advocates (PYCA), United Global Organization of Development (UGOOD), and renowned educationist, Dr.A.H. Nayyar. The statement was accompanied by a joint call to action asking state and non-state actors to take immediate measures to bring the displaced children back to school. This entails diverting sufficient disaster aid towards education as well as providing conditional cash transfers to the affected households to facilitate the education of their children. The call-to-action also stressed the need to make Pakistan's education system resilient to future emergencies by speedy and quality reconstruction of damaged school infrastructure complete with basic facilities such as boundary walls, washrooms, clean drinking water, utilities, multiple classrooms, teaching aides, and a minimum number of trained teachers. Building back better also demands making a strong preparedness and disaster-risk management component inherent to the education system at the federal, provincial, district, and school levels. Finally, the National Curriculum of Pakistan (NCP) needs to be revised so that it can impart age-appropriate "green", Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Disaster Risk Management (DRM) education to students. "The 3.5 million students who were displaced as a result of last year's floods in Pakistan belong to the same group of marginalized children whose education was most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Before the Covid-19 pandemic, there were an estimated 22.8 million out-of-school children (OOSC) in Pakistan. The majority, or 77% of these OOSC, hailed from rural areas and 54% of them were girls," shared Zehra Arshad, the National Coordinator for PCE.

https://pakobserver.net/3-5m-displaced-students-require-support-to-resume-education-pce/


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https://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2023-01-23/page-10/detail-25


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Urdu Points: https://www.urdupoint.com/en/pakistan/35m-displaced-students-require-support-to-re-1628630.html


APP: https://www.app.com.pk/national/3-5m-displaced-students-require-support-to-resume-education-pce/


Parliament Times: https://www.dailyparliamenttimes.com/2023/01/20/civil-society-of-pakistan-welcomed-pledges-of-more-th


Teleco Alert: https://www.telecoalert.com/2023/01/21/3-5-million-displaced-students-require-support-to-resume-education-pce


The AZB: https://theazb.com/3-5-million-displaced-students-require-support-to-resume-education-pce-islamabad-january-2023


Daily News: https://dailynewspk.com/3-5-million-displaced-students-require-support-to-resume-education-pce

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