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Pehli Kiran Schools, Islambad: Hamara Mahool Hamari Zimadari

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The Pehli Kiran School network in Islamabad came together and tackled pollution by implementing a multi pronged intervention in their community. This included cleanliness drives, recycling waste,......

The Pehli Kiran School network in Islamabad came together and tackled pollution by implementing a multi pronged intervention in their community. This included cleanliness drives, recycling waste, educating people about the benefits of using biodegradable materials in their everyday lives and spreading awareness about diseases that arise from environmental pollution. As a result, more than 300 families and countless shopkeepers adopted environment friendly practices.

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  • 1. “HAMARA MAHOOL HAMARI ZIMADARI” THINK BEFORE YOU SPEAK: One hundred and Twenty Students including Sixty girls from Eight Pehli Kiran Schools of different Katchi Abbadi in Islamabad visited to GOOGI program on 17th September 2010 arranged by GOOGI STUDIO of Ms Nigar Nazar. The student were thought how to learn drawing through books provided to all participants
  • 2. beside this they were also given story books to enjoy and read them out to their colleagues or class mats out of them one story was “”KOREY KA JIN” the story discloses if the wastes / papers etc is thrown from one place to another we will find heaps of pits and dirt every where. Thus their bad smell not only spread diseases but it becomes difficult to live there. While reading the story book, we also come to know that four friends along with the beasts and animals of jungle or forest adopt a derive to clean the nearby places and later on participate even in the city. They also become the cause of creating awareness about cleanliness, Now we feel that there are “KORY KAY JIN” around schools and Mohallah FEEL THE DIFFERENCE: We (Students of PKSS) consult each other. There were following proposals: • Burn the waste and dirt • Bury it in a deep pit • Throw it in CDA ( Capital Development Authority) dust bins.
  • 3. • All of us agreed that we should use empty tins and cartons to meet our purpose. INTENSIONS BRCOME DEAD: We started collecting empty tins of various type such as ghee and paint as well as cartons , news paper, psters etc.
  • 4. Then after covering or wrapping them with colorful posters, newspapers.
  • 5. The students in groups started cleaning and collecting waste and dirt in dustbins. Then emptied them in pits and cover with clay and mud avoiding them from wind storms.
  • 6. We also told them they must have to wash their hands when they finished any cleanliness related work.
  • 7. We also invited the parents living in nearby huts to attend PTA (Parent Teacher Association) meeting of PEHLI KIRAN SCHOOLS and disclosed them about various diseases such as Malaria, Cholera, measles, pimples, mums are spread through dirt and filth. Therefore, we provoken them how to avoid these diseases in this way many parents joined us.
  • 8. We also taught them how to convert waste material into useful re cycling.
  • 9. We also made packets & envelopes and gave them to shopkeepers to stopped them to use polythene shoppers as they were harmful for the lives of human being especially black shoppers. According to recent survey most of the shop keepers are now avoiding there usage for liquid eatables such as milk, ghee and yogurt etc, in this derive 5 students from PEHLI KIRAN SCHOOLS are working as leaders and guide and provoked 600 such other students. More or less 300 families have adopted these useful ways & means. Now a dust bin made of empty tins or carton is with all these families and they all are using them.