During the exposure, participants visited the Pakistan Fisher Folk (PFF) to learn about the life of fishermen and their families. While visiting the PFF schools attended by the children of the fishermen, they expressed their amazement with the quality of the work displayed and the well-equipped computer laboratory. Project staff shared that this visit motivated participants to promote human welfare. The visit also included travelling to the Institute for Educational Development and Modern Montessori Training and benefited both teachers and students.
Junaid Ahmed from CWS-P/A accompanied the participants and shared, “The exposure visit will enable these youth to make more informed decisions about their future. At the same time, it is important for them to take back awareness on various aspects of civic life."