Special course on animal rights to be introduced in schools of Islamabad
The news was Tweeted by Head of Prime Minister's Strategic Reforms Unit Salman Sufi.
A special course is to be introduced in schools across Islamabad on animal welfare.
The news was tweeted by Head of Prime Minister’s Strategic Reforms Unit Salman Sufi. He mentioned in the announcement that the new course would be initiated in the schools of ICT region. The purpose of the course would be to ‘introduce compassion and humane approach towards animals’ in the children. This would mold them to be better citizens.
Talking to a media outlet, Sufi also discussed the preparation of the curriculum. He said that the syllabus would be decided by the Prime Minister’s Strategic Reforms Unit. It was also revealed that the unit is getting input from the public and private schools of the city as well as the animal rights organizations.
A special course is being prepared on Animal welfare that will be introduced in schools of ICT region.
Children will be introduced with compassion and humane approach towards animals so they can be better citizens. #AnimalAbuse
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— Salman Sufi (Wear A Mask To Save Lives) (@SalmanSufi7) September 17, 2022
Salman further added that the course would be formalised in a period of three to four weeks. The curriculum would also have Islamic references so that the children would develop a feeling of compassion towards the animals.
Sufi highlighted that this period is worst for animal rights and to tackle the issue, kids should be properly educated on the topic. This would be a ‘small contribution’ from the PM’s strategic reforms unit.
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