Civil servants delegation visits remedial school of FRESH


A group of under-training civil servants from the Civil Serviced Academy 40-Commons visited the remedial school of the Foundation for Rehabilitation & Education of Slow Children (FRESH) other day to study the social welfare project as a part of their training. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Foundation Mrs Ashba Kamran made a detailed presentation on the FRESH and its flag-carrier platform Pakistan Association for Difficulties In Learning (PADIL), an awareness campaign for slow learners in the society.
Mrs Ashba Kamran awareness about slow learners has become a national cause and large number of young students from across the country has joined PADIL to work for the slow learners. She said the number of drop0outs from public and private schools in alarmingly on the rise. She said the number of admission requests for the Remedial school of FRESH is increasing with every passing day. It suggests that it is becoming difficult for young students to coop with mainstream education due to learning difficulties, she added.
The delegation of civil servants also met students of the Foundation studying at its remedial school. The delegation also took interest in the art work of school children.