Sustainable Opportunities of Educational Facilities Provided to the Imprisoned Women’s Children in Karachi’s Central Jail

  title={Sustainable Opportunities of Educational Facilities Provided to the Imprisoned Women’s Children in Karachi’s Central Jail},
  author={Waqar Un Nisa Faizi and Anila Fatima Shakeel and Rabia Abdul Karim},
  journal={European Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies},
This study will discuss the sustainable opportunities regarding educational facilities provided to the children of imprisoned women in the different jails of Pakistan particularly in Central Jail of Karachi. It will also discuss the importance of educational facilities which are required for the mental and personal growth of the children as education has the capability to enhance the general knowledge and the personality of any individual. Education is extremely important for the children… 

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