Human right is the rights which common men deserve. We celebrate Human Rights Day on the 10th of December every year. In 1948 UN General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Main reason to celebrate this day is to aware of the world that how important the human in this world. Every human has the right to live peacefully in this world. Violation of human rights is now common all over the world. Sit and think what we can we do for human rights and try your best to make this world a peaceful place. Men’s rights are also very important and for this we have a men’s day on which we discuss men’s problems.

 Many countries are involved in human rights violation, like unites states openly do violation of human rights in Afghanistan and India in Kashmir. These countries are also working for human rights all over the world. Human rights should not be violated. Pakistan work for the rights of children. In the same way, some other countries also work for the rights of human. Human rights day should be celebrated with full love and we should think that what we can do for human right, firstly think that how our behavior in society and our relatives are happy with us?. Should think on human rights day 2019, am I violate human rights in our daily life. If yes then we should firstly work on our self. Happy Human Rights Day 2019.

Pakistan work for the rights of Children:

The state of child rights in Pakistan is depressing for a variety of reasons. Efforts for child’s rights promotion with a simultaneous struggle for its protection have been the prime and principal agenda. For civil society organizations, human rights activists and government agencies. There are significant achievements at policy and legislative fronts assuring the protection of child rights, yet facing substantial issues towards its implementation on the other hand. In addition, there have been many drifts in the past decade characterized with humanly induced conflicts, the natural catastrophes and the global fight against terrorism, seen as precursors for the emerging complications in protecting child rights.

Child Sports and Education Programme (CSEP) is a unique concept from Basic Human Rights (BHR) aiming at reducing the child vulnerability and development mainstreaming. CSES is a centric to the child survival, protection, development and participation – the four pillars of UNCRC. This programme intends to work for the plight of vulnerable children by making efforts of mainstreaming child into education and economic uplift with an integrated approach. The gravity of the program rests in the potential, determination and passion within a child. Programmed sees the immense potential in children of playing games and will use it as a hook to mainstream the children into education and development. 


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 The programme will have focus primarily on cricket game as children have great attraction for cricket and by providing access to the top-level sporting facility; the children will have improved chances of developing his skills in this sport, thus creating bigger opportunities to excel in this profession. At the same time, the programme will not undermine, rather recognizing the potentials of children in other games i.e. hockey, football, tennis etc, and can be integrated into this concept.

The sport and education offer the best integration which gives a unique course of actions for child development. Sponsorship plays a key role here in order to drive the child through developments in education and cricket. Unlike the conventional sponsorship programmes focusing mainly the education mainstreaming, this framework manoeuvres the child’s potential in sport for education and economics mainstreams. BHR sees this sponsorship very centric to the child development and imperative to take the family out from the poverty trap.

BHR will establish community-driven child initiatives to ensure the benefits of this sponsorship funds are utilized ineffectively yet accountable, whereby children playing as agents of change and providing critical inputs to child and community development. The sponsorship is driving the encompassing benefits reaching to a child and his/her immediate family, realizing the needs of the children both in-house and outdoor. 


The sponsorship is driven through the family head with maximum utility on sponsored child addressing mental, educational, sporting and health needs; plus indirectly contributing to the household economics. This is seen as instrumental to family integration, poverty alleviation and respecting child rights. BHR sees child sponsorship as an entry point to pitch in the integrated development initiatives for children and local communities. Addressing the poverty and gender disparity, the programme will create a niche for these communities with usable links connecting them to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) models for income generation projects.

Similarly, the families will be linked to microfinance institutions to establish a small enterprise with improved entrepreneurship skills to earn additional earning. However, the centre of gravity for these integrated projects will be addressing the themes encircling the child development



The programme purpose is “exploiting the sports potentials in children and adolescents for making a real and effective change in their lives through integrated programming”. BHR believes that the marriage between sports and education will be effective in creating future stars for Pakistan contributing to create a positive image for the country in the outside world.


Main objective of the programme is “to contribute to the reduction of child vulnerability in Pakistan with a comprehensive sport and education sponsorship package catering shelter, health and nutrition support”. BHR envisions a well comprehensive sponsorship package to address the physical, mental, health requirements of the children essential in reducing the risks of getting vulnerable.


The priority location for this programme will be Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. Two big reasons influence the choice of location for this pilot activity; first the number of street children in Pakistan is quite significant in Karachi; and secondly, the corporate sector in Karachi offers avenues for building effective and long terms partnerships critical for programme success and integration. Programme will be implemented initially in urban slums of district Karachi, Malir, Korangi, Landhi and Organi to name few, given the high concentration of street children and child abuse rate in these areas.

 However, the success of pilot activity will determine the scope and expansion of the programme in other districts and provinces. The immediate focus will be the horizontal spread as compared to growth in vertical lines.


The target group will be the most vulnerable children being exploited on personal, social and economic grounds; plus their families. Nevertheless, the following criteria will be adopted to identify the beneficiary for the programme.