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What does it look like in real, to work for more effective law implementation?

October 7th, 2013

An example of an ASF-Pakistan field work report rights after the meeting is over…

“Respected Sir,
Today we meet with Additional I.G Quetta Mr Mir Zubair at CCPO office and discussed our objective regarding ASF mission.
Respective Additional  I.G Police took keen interest and ensured us that he is going to disseminate this law in all the Police Station under this control. For disseminating   this information, he nominated & ordered Mr. Sajjad Tareen S.P Crime Branch.
Picture of the meeting are also attached.

Shazia Jamal,

Project Coordinator,

Acid Survivors Foundation”

ASF legal consultant Ms Munaza Hashmi, ASF project coordinator, Ms Shazia Jamal.

20th November 2012: Universal Child Day, ASF Working For Child Protection In Collaboration With Global Funds For Children, Acting For Life and Smile Again Italy.

November 27th, 2012

15% of acid victims are children, the youngest victim having been attacked at the age of one year old…

Acid Survivors Foundation Focuses on a child friendly rehabilitation process that has been funded by Global Funds for Children and tries to make sure that these children ultimately join school back as “normal” children. Acting For Life has also supported ASF-Pakistan, providing trainings and tools to work on child protection and facilitate the counseling process. Acting for Life and Smile Again Italy have  also supported ASF preventive action at community level to sensitise children on self protection and acid violence and enhance enrollment of children in formal school.

We are thankful for their precious support but also would like to express our rewarding such activities are: empowering children makes us believe in a sustainable positive future: the picture that are posted hereby reflect hope and show that yes, it is possible to live happily and safely after the worse. ASF team remembers this every single day in its action against acid violence and GBV as a whole. 20th November? A day to remind us of our duty and our only chance to build a humanistic society.