Our Work

Da Hawwa Lur is a non-profit organization which is working to improve the socio-economic and cultural conditions for women in target areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK), Pakistan, to bring qualitative and long-lasting change in their lives, especially children – both girls and boys.

Internally Displaced Persons 2009

In 2009, we collected donations and supplies from various institutions and also from our team members to help the IDP’s (Internally Displaces Persons) in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK).

Peace Walk 2010

On 10th January 2010, we arranged a peace walk along the main road in Peshawar, along with women and children, to make our country free of terrorism.

Street Children 2010

In 2010, we celebrated Eid with the street children.
Delivery of basic education 20 children for six months. In addition, rupees 20 were given to each child.
The focus of the initiative was to create an atmosphere of peace and love among the children, to get them to explore their positive habits in society with regard to how they should participate in society. With the help of education, they can develop a good and positive society and become a group of effective and hard workers.

Rural Training Programmes 2011

In 2011, we arranged a series of training programmes with women in rural areas to raise awareness about women’s rights, health and education. As a result of which, many women were able to raise the living standard of their families e.g. Razia Sultana (Kohat rd), Nagina Islam (Hazar Khwani), Sidra (Chamkani) etc. These women are now able to teach their children at primary level.

  • Training session at Nishterabad nursing school on sexual harassment law.
  • Training session on reproductive health in Chamkani
  • Door to door awareness-raising campaign on safe abortion in different villages of KPK.
Flood Survivors Relief 2012

In 2012, our team members distributed food items, medicines, stoves, blankets and the things needed by flood survivors – women especially and provided them at Abazai Charsadda Camps.

GBV Training April 2015.

Training on gender based violence to the students of University of Peshawar and Islamia University.

Launch of Union May 2015

Official launching ceremony of KPK first ever working women union to be held at Peshawar press club.

Future plans:

Establish a legal aid centre for women in KPK and FATA (Federally Administered Tribal Areas).
Extend the training and education activities to the rural areas of KPK and Fata.
Hold workshops, seminars and exposure visits, to build the capacity of the community members.
Initiate special programmes for females, i.e. microfinance, scholarships, capacity building, trainings.
Educate those women and girls who are working as domestic workers.
Establish small health units in all areas of KPK.
Educate women how to pole a vote and how to be a part of democracy.
Educate women and girls about the penal code of Pakistan and Islamic Law.
Community level sessions for home based workers.
Display centre and exhibition centre in their places.
Registration in women chamber.
Grouping and unions of home based workers.