The prime minister unveiled the ZARRA App during a Universal Children Day event, which is centered around the theme “For every child, every right” to reaffirm our commitment to protecting the rights and well-being of children.
The ZARRA App is a mobile application designed for reporting missing and abducted children. Users can upload a photo of the child, provide information about the disappearance, and share the alert with others. Additionally, the app is connected with all police stations in the country and allows users to track the progress of the investigation and receive updates on the child’s status.
During the event, PM Kakar emphasized the government’s determination to ensure inclusive development, education, healthcare, participation, dignity, and security for all children, as outlined in the “UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.” He stressed the importance of safeguarding children’s rights and urged both government and non-government organizations and society as a whole to contribute to this noble cause.
The prime minister also addressed the ongoing oppression in Gaza and called upon world powers to help end the brutal killing of innocent people, particularly children. He condemned the Israeli armed forces’ actions and emphasized the need to cease violence in Gaza through the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).
Additionally, the prime minister interacted with differently abled children, expressing admiration for their intellect, perseverance, and desire to positively contribute to society despite facing challenges.