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Swat IDPs


The people from Swat valley in NWFP are going back and very happy, as military has flushed out taliban militants from their areas.

women are the most affected in such migrations and they have to play effective role in rebuilding their lives along with performing other gender responsibilities.

do comment, how effectively the women can contribute in rebuilding their livelihood without compromising on its family responsibilities



LauraB's picture

beautiful photo

These two women's faces tell the story beautifully.

JaniceW's picture

Muslim Women's Fund

Sahibzada, you might be interested in a journal entry just posted by the Global Justice Center. It describes a new organization, The Muslim Women's Fund, that has been formed to educate citizens about women's rights, as they particularly relate to Muslim women. The Muslim Women's Fund seeks to address the root causes of issues such as poverty, lack of access to education, and unequal rights, with an innovative new approach: a fund for Muslim women that is led and run by Muslim women from around the world. One of the pilot programs is to fund a Pakistani NGO that will provide transformative human rights curriculum at girls' madrasas to teachers who will then pass this education on to thousands of students. You might like to contact them to see what else they are doing in your area. You can read more about the Muslim Women's Fund at:

Contact information can be found at the link below:

You might also like to connect with Zar Ali Khan Musazai from Peshawar. He is the Executive Director of the Society for Rights and Development, and has been active in speaking out for the people in your region. He can be found at:

Best wishes in your efforts to help the people return to the Swat Valley. I look forward to reading of the progress of the rebuilding efforts.
Janice Wong
PulseWire Community Director

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