Da Hawwa Lur

Da Hawwa Lur is a non-profit organization which is working to improve the socio-economic and cultural conditions for women and transgender in target areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Pakistan, to bring qualitative and long-lasting changes in their lives and communities. It aims at strengthening the political, social and economic rights of women/trans at the grass root level.

Da Hawwa Lur advocates against all forms of gender discrimination and segregation – and any other barriers to women’s development and empowerment.

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Celebration of International Home Based Workers Day

International Home-based Workers Day was celebrated on 20th October at Da Hawwa Lur Office with Women Home-based Workers.

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Waging Peace through Dialogue

In response to the current global context in which people around the world are facing increasing attacks on their basic ...

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Awareness sessions on Drug Harm Reduction by Young Leaders

Awareness sessions were done by the young leaders that were trained under our  program ''Drug Harm Reduction and Drugs Policies ...

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Legislative and policy reforms for women home based workers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Project Objectives: • To spread awareness among masses on policies, laws, issues and challenges of women home based workers. • To involve ...

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Policy and legislative reforms of home based workers

Training program for the civil society representatives of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in order to involve them into the policy and legislative ...

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Body set up for welfare of KP women

A women welfare body has been formed to resolve problems facing them in different fields in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The organisation, ‘Khyber ...

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Equal opportunity: New union to fight for the rights of working women

Non-profit organisation Da Hawa Lur’s CEO Khurshid Bano is all set to launch a union for the province’s working women. ...

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Awareness Raising regarding Gender Based Violence for the Students of Universities

Collaborative Partner: Impact 1st January 2015 – 27th February, 2015 Project Objectives: To raise awareness among university students about GBV To train ...

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Underage, under 18: Advocates demand passage of child marriage bill

The Madadgaar National Helpline held a conference at Peshawar Press Club on Wednesday to discuss the importance of passing the ...

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