Christian schools struggle to survive in Pakistan – UCA News

Yousaf Adnan remembers retiring as principal of a Pakistani high school in 2011 due to a shortage of funds. “After serving for two decades in the Catholic school, my salary was only 5,700 rupees [US$36]. The teachers used to get half of that amount. The ceiling fans were as old as our careers,” Adnan, 56, told UCA News. “Summers were especially tough for the students amid frequent power cuts. There was no generator. Our parish priest had lost interest in the building.”

Christian schools struggle to survive in Pakistan – UCA News

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