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Women Empowerment: On Differing Ideologies and Cultural Systems

Natasha Khan In remote villages of Sindh, women’s social, cultural, economic and psychological growth is hampered which deeply embeds them and their families in the blackhole of poverty. They are...

A Never-Ending Journey to Hell

Zara Jamil You know how long it takes to reach a hospital on a donkey cart, traversing through landscape that mirrors a desert, under the open scorching sun, on roads...

Exploring the many barriers to a girl’s education in Sindh, Pakistan

Pakistan ranks 138 (out of 144) in education, and has a female literacy rate of just 43 per cent. As investment in education increases, there is a need to understand the...

Who Run The World? Girls!

A buffalo lounges lazily on the way to Naheed’s house. In a small room at the front of the house, a woman sits atop a palang, with everything that turns...

Counting the uncounted: The economic contributions of women in rural Sindh

Women’s contribution to agriculture across South Asia is often overlooked, yet the evidence suggests that they play a central role, particularly in livestock management. Here Sultana Ali and Abdur Rehman...

Need for building water resilient communities as crisis looms over Pakistan

By Abdur Rehman Cheema / Muhammad Waqar Published: March 20, 2017 At the World Economic Forum in 2015, water crisis was declared the number one risk that could impact societies...

Of entrepreneurship, community service and freedom

By Ali Mohammad Shahwani “Starting a small business was a dream for me, because as I had always felt that the shop owner near my house is a free man”, says...

Only the wearer knows where the shoe pinches

By:  Abdur Rehman Cheema and Mehvish Riaz Education crisis in developing countries cannot be fixed until the children of the elite are made to enroll in the same schools where...

Fighting the poverty trap

By Mansoor Khoso This is the story of a resilient woman, having extraordinary will-power, dedication and strength to fight all the difficulties of life. She aims to improve the life...

From Activist To Organiser: The Story of Jumo Agham’s Saniya

Compiled by SRSO Team Ms. Saniya, 24, belongs to village Jumo Agham of district Larkana. Her village is located some 11 km away from Ratodero town. She was the first...

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