Posts Tagged ‘multan’

Signature Campaign In Multan To Implement CEDAW And Eradicate Violence Against Women And Girls.

February 15th, 2014

Seminar

Engaging boys

Engaging students

PIDSA (Pakistan Italian Debt Swap Agreement) Project: Where Do We Stand Till Date?

February 15th, 2014

1) ASF office establishedand hosted in Multan Burn Center premises

2) Burn Center built and operational in Multan

3) Land alloted by government for Social Rehabilitation Center for acid burn survivors, expected date of start for construction work

PIDSA: Pakistan Italy Swap Debt Agreement

September 25th, 2013

After signing the agreement, ASF-Pakistan has now set up an office in Multan in collaboration with Nishtar Hospital and has started training its Multan team on SOPs and various other ASF programs components. ASF -Pakistan is technically assisting Nishtar Hospital to establish the first public rehabilitation center in the SAARC region: more news will come soon!

Valerie Khan, ASF Chairperson along with Mohammad Khan ASF Executive Director and Nishtar Hospital team as well as Italian team at the signing ceremony, in Multan.

Consultation on Comprehensive Acid and Burn Crime Bill

ASF ED presenting the project to the local press

Training and sensitisation of medico legal staff in Multan for acid and burn legislation

Training of ASF Multan office team

ASF-Pakistan Opening Its New Coordination Office In Multan In Collaboration With Nishtar Hospital.

May 30th, 2013

ASF ED presenting PIDSA project to the press

Visiting 3 shops as per procurement procedures

Comparing prices and negotiating to obtain the best offer!

Do you remember? In April  2012, we told you about the Pakistan-Italy Debt Swap Agreement that was signed to build a burn center along with a rehabilitation center for acid and burn survivors in Multan in collaboration with Nishtar hospital: well this has now become a reality and ASF-Pakistan is now setting up its coordination office to start the project there…Stay tuned and see the progress!

Advocacy And Lobbying For Comprehensive Acid And Burn Crime Bill 2012 In Multan.

October 12th, 2012

In collaboration with UK Aid and UN WOMEN and Mumkin Alliance.

Dialogue with stakeholders.

ASF executive director along with ASF field officer explaining the grass root reality of acid violence.

Listening to propositions

Signing Ceremony of Pak-Italian Program: Establishment Of A Burn Center And The first Government Led Rehabilitation Center For Burn Victims

April 17th, 2012

Italian Cooperation, Nishtar Hospital and ASF-P representatives

ASF-P Chaiperson presneting the social component of the project

Interacting with Nishtar medical college students: the future of the care for burns is in their hands...

ASF ED discussing last details with Dr Naheed Chaudry, head of Burn Unit in Multan.

Smile Again Udine team, among whch Dr Lossasso exchanging with Dr Naheed and ASF -P

This is a tangible example of developmental strategy, the sustainability of ASF-P efforts to ensure that acid and burn victims receive relevant medical and psycho social care will be ensured through a north-south cooperation and a private public partnership. Congratulations to Pakistan to launch a unique federal/provincial cooperation right after the devolution process. More news to come!

Men Engage: And A Miracle Happened…

March 31st, 2012

Dr Rukhshanda Parveen’s  testimony: “Justice DELAYED is Justice DENIED! I was touched when men who were standing there as SPECTATORS joined us.When a man from Baluchistan agreed to my Yelling ( if no Man is ready to lead fateha we women will do it) and offered Dua- He mentioned FAKHRA as Shaheed-Perhaps for the first time an Abondoned wife was given the status of Shaheed:’) Thank you all boys and men who stood with women likemyself -the “sinner ungrateful women” as in the words of Kiswer naheed…”

For Fakhra's vigil, a man from the crowd said : "I am with you", he is in this photo, behind Samar Minallah. And then the other men passing by joined the crowd and shouted slogans to demand justice for Fakhra, joining the civil society in the prayers...

Dr Rukhshanda among demonstrators

When A Woman Speaks…

June 4th, 2010

A woman activist delivering her speech in Multan at GJP final consultation.

A press articles showing all the women activists who had attended the consultation to say no to acid violence and urge the Pakistani government to pass a relevant law to regulate and monitor acid sale and punish the perpetrators and facilitate victims' rehabilitation.