PTI Workers helped a child who earns money by polishing shoes.They sent a child to the private school of sargodha and giving money to his family for monthly expenses.

The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf has virtually abandoned the much-trumpeted Tameer School Programme in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as its leadership hasn't launched an effective campaign inside the country and abroad for raising money to provide basic facilities to thousands of government schools.
Since the staging of an anti-government sit-in in Islamabad last month, the entire PTI leadership has been engaged with it setting aside its priorities, including collection of donation collection for the schools lacking basic facilities, the elementary and secondary education department officials told Dawn.
As there’s no formal donation campaign, philanthropists and well-off people, too, have lost interest in the welfare initiative.
During the first two months of its launch, the Tameer School Programme had drawn tremendous interest of philanthropists and well-off people.
Under the programme, philanthropists, well-to-do families and donor agencies own responsibility of providing missing facilities to government schools.
Currently, around 10,000 government schools don’t have electricity, 7,500 are without drinking water, 5,000 lack boundary wall and 4,000 have no washrooms, according to the official data of the department.
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