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Villages of Hala - 2

Yar Mohammad Dahri

There are 400 houses in this village. Out of 60 children, aged between 3 & 5, 50 are going to school. 25 children get admission in the middle school every year. There are 25 girl students in the school. There are four teachers appointed by the government in the school and all of them attend the school. 70% population is farmers, 27% are cattle workers, and however 3% are in service sector. 70% women are working the fields, 30% working in the houses. Although 5% women are educated in this village, however no one is in the service sector. The average income of a household is Rs.3000/- and the school is not occupied by the landlord.

Wali Mohammad Nizamani

Wali Mohammad Nizamani is a village of 300 houses. Out of 100 children aged between 3 & 5, only 60 are going to school but only 2 children get admission in the middle school, Hala every year. There are 30 girls students in this school and two teachers. Only one of them attends the school. 70% population of the village is farmers and 30% are cattle workers. 40% women are farmers and 40% women are house workers. The remaining 20% women are idle at home. 40% of men are educated but no one is in the service sector. 10% women are educated but no one is in the service. Average income of the house hold is Rs.2500/- and the school is not occupied by the landlord.

wali mohammad nizamani

Shakal Chandio

There are 400 houses in this village. Out of 35 children aged between 3 & 5, only 20 are going to school. Every year, no child gets an admission in the middle school, Hala, which means literacy rate of the school remains 0%. Children don’t go to middle school because it is too far from the village and no particular vehicle is available for the children to attend the school. No girl student is admitted in the school and there is no separate school for girls in this school. There are two teachers appointed by the government in the school and both are attending the school. 80% population is farmers and 20% are cattle workers. Average income per family is Rs.3000/- and the school is not occupied by the landlord.

shakal chandio

Saeen Bux Rojhani

Saeen Bux Rojhani is a village of 250 houses. Out of 30 children aged between 3 & 5, only 12 are going to school. 10% children of the village work in agricultural fields. In this school, there are 15 girl students. There is only teacher in the school, who attends it regularly. 80% of village population work in the agricultural fields and 20% do the cattle work. Only 5% men are educated and 0% women are literate in this village. No none is in service. Average income of a family is Rs.3000/- and the landlord has not occupied the school.

saeen bux rojhani

Nabi Bux Charh

It is a village 350 houses. Out of 60 children aged between 3 & 5, 40 children are going to school, and 5 children get admission every year in the middle school, Hala. 20 girl students are available in the school. There is only one teacher appointed by the government in the school, who attends the school properly. 80% population of the village is farmers and 20% are cattle workers. Average income of this village family is Rs.2500/- and the school is not occupied by the landlord.

nabi bux charruh

Village Khair Mohammad Borani

This village is located in union council Hala-2 and there are 170 houses in this village. Out of 21 children, aged between 3 & 5, only 17 are going to school. No girl is going to school. Every year 5 children get admission in middle school of Hala. There are three teachers appointed by the government in the school. It is surprising that for the school of 21 children, three teachers are appointed. 90% of village population is farmers and 10% people are cattle workers. 50% men are educated but only 2% are in service. 10% women are educated, but no one is in service. However 80% women are working at home and 20% work at the agricultural lands. There is no separate school for girls. The average income of a family is Rs.2500/- However the school is not occupied by the landlord of the village.

Fareed Khokhar

Fareed Khokhar has 200 houses in the village. Out of 40 children aged between 3 & 5, 30 are going to school. 14 children get admission in middle school every year. These better figures are due to the fact that one volunteer teacher is teaching the children in the school, although he is not government teacher. There are 14 girl students in this school. 80% population is working in the agricultural fields and 20% are cattle workers. Average income of the family is Rs.2500/- and the school is not occupied by the landlord.

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Dodo Ranjhan

Dodo Ranjhan is a village of 300 houses. Out of 80 children between ages 3 & 5, only 55 are attending the school. Every year only 4 children are getting admission in middle school, Hala. 50 children work in agricultural fields. There are 30 girls students in the school. There are two teachers appointed by the government and both are going to school. 80% people are farmers and 20% are cattle workers. Only 20% men are educated and none is in service. 5% girls are educated. Average income of people is Rs.3000/- and the school is not occupied by the landlord.

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