Bedari, a leading women and child rights NGO, is anticipating to implement a project “Women empowerment through improved access to economic opportunities’’. In this project 19,800 women with and without disabilities in 40 villages of district Peshawar, Nowshehra, Mirpurkhas and Malir in Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa and Sindh provinces would benefit from social protection and social services or generate income through employment, self-employment (vocational skills trainings) or small-scale business.
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Bedari is a national level non-governmental, voluntary and development organization in Pakistan, working with ‘women and children’ for the ‘promotion and protection’ of their human rights. It started its activities around awareness raising and self-growth in 1991. Later in 1992, it was registered under Societies Act 1860 and established Pakistan’s first crisis center for women survivors of violence. In the past 25 years, it has developed expertise on issues of gender, women empowerment, addressing violence against ‘women and children’, and processes of attitudinal change.