Introduction Community School Family Community School Family Youth
List of Problems
Primary enrolment 57%
Secondary enrolment 22%
Higher education enrolment 1.9%
Teacher’s do not posses enough knowledge
Rote learning is encouraged by teachers
Govt. is not giving much preference to education as to other fields
Categories Of Child Labour
Causes Of Child Labour
Effects Of Child Labour On Ones Life
Does It Do Any good?
What Child Labour Leads To…..?
Big Hopes but no future
Types of Drugs
Who Leads the Youngster to Drugs Abuse
Effects of Drugs Abuse On Teenagers
In a School
Substance Use, 1975-1999 Alcohol & Marijuana Use by Age
Narcotics Type What is it called? What does it look like? How is it used? Heroin Smack, Horse, Mud, Brown sugar, Junk, Black tar, and Big H White to dark-brown powder or tar-like substance Injected, smoked, or inhaled Codeine Empirin compound with codeine, Tylenol with codeine, Codeine in cough medicine Dark liquid varying in thickness, capsules, tablets Taken orally, injected Morphine Pectoral syrup White crystals, hypodermic tablets, or inject able solutions Taken orally, injected, or smoked Opium Paregoric, Dover's Powder, Parepectolin Dark brown chunks, powder Smoked, eaten, or injected
Effective Period of drugs DETECTION PERIODS FOR DRUGS IN URINE Detection Period ALCOHOL, ETHYL 3-10 HOURS BENZODIAZEPINES HEAVY ABUSE 3-6 WEEKS COCAINE 2-3+ DAYS tobacco 1-4 min. CODEINE 1-3+ DAYS HEROIN 1-2 DAYS METHAQUALONE (QUAALUDE) 2 WEEKS MORPHINE 1-2 DAYS PCP (PHENCYCLIDINE) 2-8 DAYS ECSTASY 3-5 DAYS PROPOXYPHENE (DARVON) 6-48 HOURS (PROPOXYPHENE METABOLITES) 6-48 HOURS ANABOLIC STEROIDS (ORAL) 2 DAYS - 4 WEEKS ANABOLIC STEROIDS (INJECTABLE) 2 MONTHS - 1 YEAR
What is Suicide?
Depression & Stressful Situation Of Loss
Uses Of Drugs
Family & Love Matters
11 th leading cause of death in 2000 (28,322)
8 th leading cause in 1997 (30,535)
3 rd leading cause of death for 15-24 year olds, 5 th leading for 5-14 years old.
1.3% of all deaths are from suicide (double the rate of AIDS).
Firearms account for 58% of all suicides.
Males 4x more likely to commit suicide.
Estimates suggest that between 8-25 unsuccessful attempts for every successful.
Signs are often not verbal.
Giving away beloved objects.
Changes in eating or sleeping habits.
Displaying a sense of calmness after a period of agitation .
On the Name of Religion
Media Effects Media offer entertainment, culture, news, sports, and education. They are an important part of our lives and have much to teach. But some of what they teach may not be what we want children to learn .
Violence From media violence children learn to behave aggressively toward others. They are taught to use violence instead of self-control to take care of problems or conflicts
Analysis by PU students:-
61% of TV shows are violent
Few shows emphasize an anti-violence theme
40% of violent scenes on TV include humor
54% of the violence is lethal
51% of TV violence shows no pain
Video game playing introduces children to computer technology.
Games can give practice in following directions.
Some games provide practice in problem solving and logic.
Games can provide practice in use of fine motor and spatial skills.
Games can provide occasions for parent and child to play together.
Players are introduced to information technology.
Some games have beneficial applications with patients.
Games are entertaining and fun.
Game environments are often based on plots of violence, aggression and gender favoritism.
Over-dependence on video games could foster social isolation, as they are often played alone.
Many games only offer an arena of weapons, killings, kicking, stabbing and shooting.
Academic achievement may be negatively related to over-all time spent playing video games.
Many games do not offer action that requires independent thought or creativity.
Games can confuse reality and fantasy.
Playing violent video games may be related to aggressive behavior
The Internet has a significant potential for providing children and youth with access to educational information, and can be compared with a huge home library.
Benefits of the Internet :
• Near limitless information resource
• High degree of availability and affordability in most communities in the western world
• An asset for research or homework
• A communication tool for teachers and university professors with their students
• Rapid and inexpensive communication via e-mail and video linkage
• Access by the disabled to much that may otherwise be unavailable:
• Through technology that makes computer use possible
Underage children may accidentally or by design access pornographic sites
Predators have access to minors through unsupervised use of chat rooms and e-mail
Loss of inhibitions normally experienced when face-to-face, promoting sexual exchanges and promiscuity
Potential for plagiarism in school work
Promotion of hatred or violence through Web sites targeting a specific group, such as women, homosexuals, and religious or ethnic groups
Violence through video games, song lyrics and on-line bullying, access to hazardous materials or information on making weapons.
Alcohols and drugs
Messages about tobacco and alcohol are everywhere in media.
Teens who see a lot of ads for beer, wine, liquor, and cigarettes admit that it influences them to want to drink and smoke
the three most advertised cigarette brands are also the most popular ones smoked by teens.
Do encourage each other
Take help from Quran and sunnah
Distribution of ideologies in the youth
Do have patience to face the difficulties
Do hate the deed not the character himself
Prove and cash your skill
Right man over the right place
Youth should be clear about their future
Be at arm length from the bad company!
Do not make your parent as a role model for you
How we can stand against western culture!
Do not break the statue of mud but the statue of mind!
Do not walk in parallel with any and ideology first think!
What is our today responsibility
Problem should be solved form the very first day! So don’t delay