Category Archives: Women’s Health in Pakistan

A disastrous de-skilling

Killing the skills that feed the world and economies When you kill skills, you take away livelihoods; When you de-skill peasants, you take away survival Think before you eat!  December 11, 2013 NAJMA SADEQUE Wishing to help empower women while … Continue reading

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The Invisible Violence

By Najma Sadeque If you are reading this, you are middle-class at some rung or the other. All middle-class people have toilets; nay, they have very nice, pastel-coloured, tiled bathrooms with running hot and cold water. These spell cleanliness, comfort, … Continue reading

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