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The condition of government schools in Pakistan is rapidly deteriorating. Majority of them don't have basic facilities such as clean water, electricity and furniture.

The government should take revolutionary steps to improve primary education sector and bring it up to modern educational standards – a crucial need for the country and its growing population.

Here are some pictures of a government school in Madina Colony, New Karachi.

An unused classroom space.
An unused classroom space.
Boys run inside the school building, early in the morning.
Boys run inside the school building, early in the morning.
Girls study without electricity in this warm weather.
Girls study without electricity in this warm weather.
Children sit on the dirty floor as there aren't enough chairs.
Children sit on the dirty floor as there aren't enough chairs.
The school building in New Karachi.
The school building in New Karachi.
A boys smiles into the camera.
A boys smiles into the camera.
Girls take shelter under a tree outside their school building.
Girls take shelter under a tree outside their school building.
Students during a lesson.
Students during a lesson.
A student completes his homework during lunch break.
A student completes his homework during lunch break.
She was studying in a private school before her father passed away.
She was studying in a private school before her father passed away.
They don't have a canteen hence they buy food from stalls outside their school.
They don't have a canteen hence they buy food from stalls outside their school.
A mother takes her children home after school.
A mother takes her children home after school.

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