QUETTA — With the financial support of the Netherlands, Save the Children has successfully implemented the Balochistan Education Program (BEP) in collaboration with Balochistan’s Education Department. This was stated during the closing ceremony of the BEP on November 20 at the Quetta Press Club. The event was attended by Dutch Ambassador Marcel de Vink, Secretary Education Saboor Ahmed Kakar, representatives of the implementing partners IDO, SCSPEB and SEHER and representatives of other civil society organizations. Teachers, students, members of the Parent […]
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