Jam Kamal Khan CM Balochistan has given approval of a five-year Education Sector Plan (2020-25) during a provincial cabinet meeting on Monday.
According to the details, the plan has been equipped in partnership with a multi-stakeholder and funding platform Global Partnership for Education, and under the management of the Policy Planning and Implementation Unit of the Department of Secondary Education.
In the meeting, the CM stressed the need for education, health, and sports in the province, and declared that the financial needs of the plan will be met by obtaining resources from the provincial government and its development partners.
He further stated that measures are being executed under a complete strategy for the development of all the sectors. Along with the laying of a network of roads across the province, all the available resources are being used to attain socio-economic goals that will not only nurture the standards of living of the people of the province but will also bring development and prosperity to Balochistan.
Moreover, after thinking over a lengthy agenda, the provincial cabinet accepted the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Sehar Organization for the execution of a 3-year Environmental Resources Management (ERM) project. Under this project, Alternate Learning Program (ALP) centers will be set up in the Chagai and Pishin districts of Balochistan, and an estimated 500 Afghan refugees and children between the ages of 10 and 14 from host societies will be registered.
On the other hand, the meeting also accepted the Balochistan Local Councils (Model) Sub-Rules for the Registration of Births and Deaths 2020, and the Balochistan Holy Quran (Printing, Recording) Amendment Bill 2020 for the protection of the pages of the Quran.
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