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lack of education and skill development opportunities

lack of education and skill development opportunities

That GBF is working on is the lack of education and skill development opportunities for marginalized
communities, which contributes to their vulnerability and exploitation in various forms, including
bonded labor and trafficking.

Many marginalized communities in Pakistan lack access to quality education and skill development
opportunities, which limits their potential and leaves them vulnerable to exploitation by unscrupulous
employers or traffickers. This is especially true for children from impoverished families who are forced
to work to support their families and cannot attend school. GBF recognizes that education and skill
development are essential for breaking the cycle of poverty and exploitation, and works to provide
access to education and skill development opportunities to these communities.

GBF works in partnership with local communities, schools, and other organizations to provide
educational support to marginalized children, including access to school supplies, scholarships, and
vocational training. Through its programs, GBF aims to equip marginalized children and youth with the
skills and knowledge they need to secure decent work and break free from the cycle of poverty and
exploitation.

GBF also recognizes the importance of adult education and skill development for breaking the cycle of
poverty and exploitation. It provides training and capacity building programs for adults, especially
women, to enhance their skills and knowledge, and improve their economic opportunities.

Through
these programs, GBF aims to empower women to take control of their lives and break free from the
constraints of poverty and discrimination.

In addition, GBF works to create awareness about the importance of education and skill development in
the fight against bonded labor and trafficking. It engages with local communities, government officials,
and other stakeholders to promote education and skill development as a means to reduce vulnerability
to exploitation and create a more just and equitable society.

Overall, GBF’s work to address the lack of education and skill development opportunities for
marginalized communities is an essential aspect of its broader efforts to combat bonded labor and
trafficking in Pakistan. By equipping individuals with the skills and knowledge they need to secure
decent work and break free from the cycle of poverty and exploitation, GBF is creating a more just and
equitable society where everyone can live with dignity and freedom.

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