Discrimination against women is social problems allover the world. It manifests even at the time a baby is born. With regard to gender discrimination, some exceptions aside, men have imposed a subordinate status on women in societies both Eastern and Western. The conditions of Pakistani women are almost the same as of their counterparts in the world. In rural Sindh, women are discriminated against in almost all walks of life. Women are suppressed both religiously and socially. Most of the time women have no choice except to follow the worst social traditions in the honor of their family. In Pakistani society generally women cannot do anything independently. Most of the time they are not given opportunity to get education, they do not enjoy their childhood because of family economic conditions,
Looking to the worst condition of Rural Women, we have planned to start a Rural Women Empowerment and Community Centre for the Poor Women and girls; in most backward District Qambar Shahdadkot of Sindh Province of Pakistan, where they will get training, Awareness and Motivation . The girls who will be provided trainings at our Center will become role models for their families and relatives, not only role model even an impressive motivation for others. The training will bring a positive and meaningful change in their status of life. We believe that if we would be able to provide them skill trainings and Awareness. they will become self-reliant and they will feel pride in making their own business. It is suggested that skill trainings will be given in many areas to help unskilled women girls for better future. These training are will be imparted during the project life. The Center will provide skill training in Computer, Sewing and Knitting, Beautification and Handicraft Works. In the Community Center a Workshop will be conducted every month on Women and Child Health and Human Rights,
Saharo Welfare Organisation is now requesting humanity lovers, Women Activist, Organisations and Institutions to please come forward and support us Financially, Morally and Technically. It’s a unique cause and remember, God love those who love Mankind. Help disadvantaged Poor Rural Women.
Saharo Welfare Organisation
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