He said under MYEP, minority youth will visit various renowned places related to education, health, history, archeology, entertainment, business and will also meet with renowned personalities including government offices, policymakers, civil society experts, social and women activities, diplomats, business tycoons, trainers, public speakers and journalists.
He said the current visit of minority youth delegation from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to ICCI was a part of MYEP.
"The kind of influence we can exert is important," he says, "and I think it's important to have a multiclassed school." He also thinks that all children benefit from being part of an integrated town--which is why he'll retain a seat on the new tutorial program's board and restart MYEP
in the fall--but the positives didn't outweigh a long list of concerns, including safety, overcrowding and low expectations.