Construction of a much awaited missionary-backed school building has been concluded in Pakistan’ heart Lahore. This school is being administrated by the Dominican sisters, who have solely committed themselves to the lifting of the marginalized children of Lahore. Despite the fact that the school has been functioning since more than 50 years, the facility still lack some of the indispensable chucks of a standard school.
The newly constructed facility has twelve classrooms, a teachers’ room, and a playing room for the students. Nonetheless, the sisters remain ingenuous to their service, despite the fact that the school lacks funds to meet the expenses of desks, chairs and other necessary furniture. Having a history of service of over 50 years, the school is being capably run by the nuns.
Currently the children are being taught under the open sky, as the students sit on the ground under the trees. The nuns explain that there is an inevitable need for a two long tables with chairs. Nonetheless, after construction of the school’ building the disadvantaged students would be accommodated in a decorous manner.
Apart from seeking funds for furniture, projects of providing the facility of clean water to the pupil are round the corner. The nuns explained that as the heat is severe from March to October, these water tanks would have a connections with refrigerators; so the children would have chilled water to drink. While in the months to follow, connections between the water tanks and refrigerators will be turned off, based upon the weather.