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Girl child Education

Women Empowerment

APWA has been an advocate for women and girls over 50 years. APWA stands steadfast in its work exploring the root causes, political underpinnings and budgetary decision-making that has left a track record of unequal opportunity for women and girls in Pakistan. APWA’s has been participating for the cause of women rights through the following programs...

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Child Labour

APWA is an advocate of the provision of the basic rights to all the segments of the society. Keeping in view the condition of the children, APWA continues to seek new ways to improve the lives of young people as they grow and develop. APWA works with a broad range of entities (small and large businesses, private, public and nonprofit agencies) is indicative of the widespread need that exists for young people today in relation to work, APWA’s longstanding commitment to meeting those needs...

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Child Marriage

In this male dominant society, women are facing multi-faceted challenges both at home and outside. Domestically, she endures parental discrimination, sexual abuses, domestic tortures, cultural restrictions and religious bindings, but when she steps out of home, she faces more challenges like sexual harassment, wage discrimination, honor killings, etc. This situation seems worst in the tribal and economically low profile districts of Pakistan, particularly in upper Sindh...

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Girl child Education

APWA believes in the notion of “Educating a girl means educating the entire family”.The most recent manifestation of APWA and other likeminded stakeholder’s efforts has been the constitutional development i.e. introduction of the right of education as fundamental right by the virtue of 18th constitutional amendment in the constitution of Pakistan. The induction of the provision will have utmost significance and is expected to create an impact for the promotion of rights of basic education to the children of the age of five to sixteen years...

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