A closed chapter: Afghan refugees face an uphill task getting education in Karachi

A closed chapter: Afghan refugees face an uphill task getting education in Karachi

Media Category: Print
Media Organization: Arab News
By: NaimatKhan

In 2012, the Board of Secondary Education in Karachi (BSEK), which is the authority responsible for the registration of private and government schools in the city, made it mandatory for ninth grade students to possess a Child Registration Certificate, commonly referred to as Form-B, which serves as an identity document for those who are below the age of 18. Refugee children cannot obtain it.

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