Pakistan set to open first ever school for transgender community in Lahore

LAHORE: A school for the instruction and professional preparing of Pakistan’s transgender group is set to open its entryways from April 15 in Lahore, as indicated by organizations.

Named “The Gender Guardian”, the school offers an entire 12 years of scholarly training from the essential level to registration and after that paving the way to school. The school will likewise grant specialized training, for example, mold planning, beautician and hair styling courses, realistic outlining, PC and versatile repairing, among others.

Asif Shahzad, the school’s founder, told the media that it has been worked in a joint effort with a NGO and two all the more such schools will be built up in Islamabad and Karachi. The administration said that in excess of 40 trying understudies from the transgender group have effectively enlisted with the destined to-be-operational school.

The school will be formally propelled through an opening function at Gaddafi Stadium Lahore’s Alhamra Hall, with a few names from the showbiz business anticipated that would go to.