70% Schools without Security Guards, Peons and Sanitary Workers

70% Schools without Security Guards, Peons and Sanitary Workers

ISLAMABAD, November 14: More than two-thirds of the 152 boys’ primary schools in 89 districts across Pakistan were without non-teaching staff like peons, sanitary workers and security guards, according to a monitoring report issued by Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) on Monday.

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Tehsil Level Hospitals Lack Diagnostic and Medical Services

Tehsil Level Hospitals Lack Diagnostic and Medical Services

ISLAMABAD, Nov 3: Forty-six Tehsil Headquarter Hospitals (THQs) monitored in 34 districts nationwide in August 2011 were found to be lacking basic medical services, according to a report released by Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) on Wednesday. It said more than half – 57% – of them did not have pathology departments while 40% of the monitored THQs lacked pediatrics and 38% were without gynecology and obstetrics departments.

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Price of Medical Tests and Services Decrease in October 2011

Price of Medical Tests and Services Decrease in October 2011

Compared to September, the prices of as many as 26 commodities decreased and those of 19 went up while six commodities saw no change in October 2011. On average, the prices of commodities like wheat, fruits, chicken, some pulses, medical tests and kitchen fuel decreased by 5.4% while those of yoghurt, eggs, chapatti, beef, some pulses and rice varieties etc. increased by 8%. FAFEN collected the prices of 52 commodities from 170 retail outlets in 85 districts across the country.

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21% of Total 36,774 FIRs Pertained Of Crimes against Property

21% of Total 36,774 FIRs Pertained Of Crimes against Property

At least 32 vehicles robbed in each district during August Hurt, attempted murder and murder most widespread in the country A report Based on Crime Statistics Collected from 76 DPO Offices across Pakistan in August 2011 According to crime statistics collected by FAFEN from 76 districts across the country in August 2011, 21% of the total…

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10 Million citizens missing on draft electoral rolls 2011 unmarked

More than 10 million eligible citizens are missing from the Draft Electoral Rolls 2011 that are currently undergoing door-to-door verification by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP).The deficit between eligible and registered voters has arisen primarily due to lapses in the House Listing Operation conducted by the Population Census Organization (PCO) and citizens not registered with the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA).

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