RENOVATION & REHABILITATION of GBPS ADDA HIMMAT
- Village Name: Himmat
- Union Council: Shorekot
- District: I.Khan
- Project Implemented By: Change in Education
The village Adda Himmat is situated in U/C Shorekot on Indus river embankment in District D.I.Khan. The village has 300 households and total population is round about 3000. The majority of the people are poor and do not have access to basic resources & services. The overall social and economic indicators are below national standards. The nearest medical facility is BHU situated at a distance of 12 km from the village. There is 01 Primary boy School in this village.
|Sr #||Name of Village||Total H/H||Population||High School
|# of Primary Schools||High School
|1||Adda Himmat||300||3000||Nil||01 Boys 01 Girls||01||Sarakai & Pashto|
The school is situated in village Adda Himmat U/C Shorekot, in District D.I.Khan. The school has currently 145 students with 04 teachers & 05 class rooms, 04 Toilets.
|Sr #||SCHOOL NAME||Boys
|New Enrollment||Teaching staff (B/Line)||Teaching staff current||Class Rooms (B/Line)||Class Rooms Current|
|1||GBPS Adda Himmat||120||145||02||04||03||05|
C.I.E Interventions in GBHS ADDA HIMMAT
C.I.E addressed issues of the school as per the needs highlighted by the PTC, Change in Education has provided the financial resources to PTC for the Renovation & Rehabilitation of school building civil work includes new construction of class room with veranda 1(24x16x11) + 1(24x7x11), floor raising & replacing 2 rooms with veranda, electric water cooler with filter, ceiling fan, toilet repairing needs septic tank sanitary installation, wiring 2 rooms, distemper + paint complete school, This has also contributed towards C.I.E goals of supporting universal primary education by allowing more children opportunity and access to primary education. The provision of Renovation will create physical space to enroll those out of school children whose families cannot afford to send them to private schools. Such children are denied education opportunities when government schools are unable to accommodate them due to space constraints.