Case Studies

Chenu’s Dream- UMEED School

Go home, turn on your television, switch to the news channel and keep watching it for at least one hour. Next, pick up the newspaper skim through the headlines and read the main stories on current affairs. If the feeling that the world is falling apart and we are all doomed does not hit you, then you are in need of serious help.

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Tribal Girl became Advocate of Human Rights

Sughra D/o Arbab Ali Lahari is a 20 Years old youth, social and political activist resident of Lashari Mohalla Thull, UC II, Thull, District Jacobabad, Sindh, Pakistan. She has done B.Sc. from Government Girls College Thull. Her father is retired from Police Department as Head Constable.

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Enjoying the Rights is Possible for Minorities

Pastor Sharoon Yousif S/o Pastor Muhammad Yousif is 21 years aged youth resident of Christ Baptist Church, Quetta Road, Jacobabad. He has passed his bachelors and also attended Pastor ship training from Faisalabad. Bishop has authorized him as a Pastor to deal religious activities at Jacobabad.

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Say No to Underage Marriage of Girl

Rukhsana W/o Muhammad Younis Sarki of 28 years age is a resident of village Sultan/Mano Sarki UC Sherwah Taluka Thull, District Jacobabad. She was married at the age of 12 years (1999) and is blessed with 05 daughters and 02 sons. Her education was discontinued after her marriage, however she further done Intermediate in 2011 as an external candidate.

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Yes, Awareness Raising Creates Doors to Resolve Issues

Darya Khan S/o Arbab Ali Khoso was living with his brother Khanwand Bux at village Dur Mohammad Khoso, Taluka Thull, District Jacobabad. On October 14, 2015 Darya khan was travelling to Thull along with his wife and two children Kalil and Shazia for their medical check-up and treatment.

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Women Empowerment through ECGs

Sakeena is a widow living with her two children in Shahani Mohallah union council 3 of Dadu city. She is very poor, her children were in the ages below 10 years when her husband died with heart attack. She did not have any proper source income. After the death of her husband, there was no one in her family to take the responsibility to earn.

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Rights of Women to Education & Security - Efforts of a Youth Volunteer

Asma Abroad is professionally a primary school teacher in village Gaban Massan UC Daro Taulka Dokri since 03 years. She is also a student of LLB; to study the law is her passion, she wants to work for the rights of women. When she started teaching at school, only 15 girls were enrolled, however now there are 99 girls enrolled in school because of her successful efforts to mobilize the parents.

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A Youngster Promoting Human Rights through Poetry

Every character in a society has his role and he performs it accordingly. Writer and intellectuals are also key assets of society as they contribute in the development of community with highlighting issues and encouraging all segments of society to play their role positively and achieve desired results and access and entertain human rights.

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Change is Possible

Mukhtiar Ahmed S/o Nazeer Ahmed Noonari is resident of Noonari Mohalla UC Thull I, Joungal Road, Thull, district Jacobabad. He has done Masters and also holds Bachelor Degree in Education. He is currently employed with Government Education Department as High School Teacher (HST).

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Hygiene & Cleanliness Changed Life of Ameena Begum

Ameena Begum is a house wife liveing with her husband and five kids in Najam colony union council 3, city Dadu. Her source of livelihood is two buffalos and 3 calves. She sales the milk of those buffalos and survives. She shared that before joining ECG she was not concern about many basic things like about the cleanliness especially in herself, among her children and even at home.

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My Skill is my Weapon for a Better Livelihood

The district Dadu has a rich history of its culture and trends since its existence in the province. Despite, it is one of the cities of the Sindh province where crime rate is higher than other cities. Most of the population of the district belong to tribal areas, hence disputes over petty issues are very common, and especially matters of gender based violence.

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Security is our Basic Right – Change through Women Empowerment

Since Dadu district was created on the map of Pakistan, the district has been facing worst law and order situation. If we go through the history from 1970 to 2000, the peace was captured by dacoits. When the tenure was ended because of police and military’s mutual operation, the era of white color new settlers started when they arrived there from backward rural areas...

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Creating Demand for Approval of Sindh Youth Policy

“Youth is our future and a nation with the largest proportion of youth population needs to explore this great asset,” said the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. Mr. Chairman emphasized for approval of Sindh Youth Policy incorporated with visionary and far-reaching ideas for consuming the maximum youth potential for nation-building...

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