Pakistan schools raise attendance by offering food items as incentive

12/17/2009 | IRINNews.org

Some students in Pakistan are receiving free cooking oil and food at school as part of a U.N. programme designed to increase school attendance among girls through incentives. Officials say that attendance in schools offering the programme is up 62% since 1998 among girls, and their enrollment has risen 25%.

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