Empowered women can revolutionise rural Pakistan.
Closing the gender gap means taking maternity benefits seriously.
Women continue to pay the cost of patriarchy with their lives.
The state's neglect has given rise to child labour and is compromising the right for education and social development.
Despite being the backbone of a lucrative business, workers earn a pittance.
Female representation in Sindh’s government is essential.
‘My supervisor said if I don’t do him ‘favours’, he will not approve my synopsis. So, I did. Today, I have a degree.’
Pakistan is failing in its attempts to curb child marriages.
These working women are forced to settle for an income and a production role much smaller than they deserve.
Rural women’s economic contribution is greatly undervalued
We literally need roads to improve neonatal and infant mortality rates, as lack of access to clinics is a major issue.
The institutional apathy and ignorance projected toward persons with disabilities further aggravates their situation.
They are known as children of a lesser God, yet daughters’ contribution and help is invaluable
In a positive move, the Sindh government has recently proposed amending the old child marriage laws to include...