Skip to comments.Pakistani Schools Getting Further Infusion of U.S. Funds
Posted on 01/31/2013 4:30:22 AM PST by Steve Peacock
Pakistans most urbanized province lacks the political commitment and resources to properly educate its people, so the Obama Administration is stepping in to offer a little of both.
Obama through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) launched the five-year Community Mobilization Project (CMP) which will deploy contractors to advise officials and communities in Pakistans Sindh Province.
CMP represents one component of the broader U.S. funded Sindh Basic Education Program (SBEP), for which the White House last year pledged to infuse about $86 million toward improving targeted Pakistani educational systems.
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If we are not going to stay there in places like Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan - then it’s wasted money - the entire culture has to change from Islam - towards a society the values life and freedoms. Presently, neither is present. Another, “let me (Zero) through money I haven’t earned at a problem because it draws on emotions” project.
What, teach these people to be better terroists?
Kuffer’s money in Islamic’s paradise of Pakistan? What would mohammad say?
Fund schools where children are taught to hate and kill Americans with our tax dollars instead of putting an armed officer in each of the schools here. Sheer genius.
Taking the kuffir’s money is a sacrament of Islam.
No - not better terrorists - it would be a concentrated effort to teach them OUT of Islam...as long as they prescribe to that religion/culture - then yes, all the world ill see is continued terrorism...Islam is a culture of death - not life. To do so - would take several generations of occupation until the majority of youth abandoned Islam — but I don’t see that happening...ever...
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