In the past few years, the number of orphanages in Pakistan has increased rapidly, according to the latest statistics from the country’s Ministry of Social Affairs.
In 2014, Pakistan had 7.9 million orphanages, while in 2015, the figure jumped to 9.4 million.
But according to figures from Pakistan’s Ministry for Social Affairs, the country is still in the process of raising its numbers by almost 100,000.
The statistics released on Tuesday show that while the number increased by almost 400,000 in 2015 from 6.4 to 9 million, the increase in orphanages by this year was just 8,000 from last year.
The Ministry of National Health and Family Welfare (MNHDW) has put the increase as an increase of about 50,000 since the previous year, when the country saw a total of 1.9 billion orphans.
The MNHDW statistics show that in 2015 the country had a total population of 2.4 billion.
According to MNHDw, the biggest growth came in the areas of agriculture and rural development, as the country also saw an increase in the number and types of orphanage homes, with an increase from 7,000 to 14,000 beds.
W statistics also show that the country has been able to bring the number, types and locations of orphanaged children up from 0.6 million in 2015 to 1.5 million in the last three years.
The country is one of the top three countries in the world when it comes to the number (in terms of the number) of orphaned children, the Ministry said in a statement.
“We are aware that there are a few countries that are not doing so well, but Pakistan is doing very well and is one such country.
In fact, Pakistan is one the top 3 countries in terms of number of children who have been orphaned in the past three years, and we believe that the government has taken action in this regard,” Dr M.N. Aziz, deputy head of the MNHD Department, told The Express Tribune.
Dr Aziz also said the government is working to ensure the safety of the children at orphanages and also improve the conditions for them, and the situation is improving.
He added that the number is expected to grow further in the coming years.