The theater "Role Of Youngsters In Community" presented scenes from around colleges and universities picturing how a student in youth can sometimes be blinded by what they see in other students as perfect, and want to become exactly like them, but losing their uniqueness. As a result, they end up constantly comparing, adapting wrong habits, and taking extreme routes that even leads to suicide.
These issues are quite prevalent both rural and urban cultures of Sindh. And as the independence day was a very major event for all Pakistani youth who were seen celebrating hugely, PEP thought it would be great to use this event to reach out to as many people, and especially the future of our country that is the youth.
The children's theater was prepared by Sir Munawar John who is leading the PEP CAP group. The children in this theater group are from the areas Mirpurkhas, Khowaja Goth, and Tando Ghullam Ali where PEP has its schools.
This theater was to help youth understand their purpose and responsibility as a Pakistani. The children performed theater throughout August, and later the children also did a theater on Early Marriage that was performed on independence day programme in Churches, Hyderabad Diocesan Office, Diocesan Institutions, and the Diocesan Hostels.
The churches supported the PEP theater project through donations and so can you!