Posts Tagged ‘youth’

Human Rights Youth Task Force: How Does It Work, What Does It Do?

July 9th, 2014

1) Check on facebook!

https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004916086448&fref=ts

2) Developing work plans, tasklist.

At work, team work!

3) Starting implementing the work plan!

Child and her young peer volunteers donating a tea set for survivors and ASF staff!

The lead volunteer for this tea set? Kenizeh-Juliette, 7 years old!

ASF new pilot partnership!

July 2nd, 2014

ASF and GD Pakistan partnering to establish a Human Rights

Youth Task Force to promote human rights in Pakistan: more

to come! Stay tuned!

ASF starting the books distribution in Lodran, Southern Punjab, in collaboration with Zcech Republic.

October 24th, 2013

Mr Jaroslav Reif (Zcech Embassy), ASF ED and ASF Chairperson inaugurating the event.

Students' work on acid violence: moving exhibition

ASF Chairperson with teachers

Starting the distribution

Amazing Youth Initiative To Explore Resilience

October 9th, 2013

NUST students handing over a 20 thousand Pak rupees donation to ASF-Pakistan Executive Director

How can one survive the worst? how to develop coping skills when multiple challenges are standing right in front of you? These were a few questions that were explored by NUST youth group involved in various social projects who came to visit ASF-Pakistan and  few survivors of acid attack. for ASF-Pakistan it is always a moment of joy, of hope, of developmental achievement when young students decide to take the lead to generate positive change. Keep it up young Pakistani and show the way forward!

Celebrating 12th February 2012: National Woman Day Along With National Commission On The Status Of Women And Ministry Of Human Rights, EVAWG Alliance And Schola Nova.

February 20th, 2012

Schola Nova Students Council team volunteering to celebrate Pakistani National Women Day.

The Burning truth program of Acid Survivors Foundation Pakistan has always made sure that we would include youth turned into agents of change, and thus, promote the volunteers who will be in charge of generating systemic change and promote human rights. Here they are along with Valerie Khan, ASF chairperson.

Congratulations, Pakistan is proud of them!

Henna Safdar, ASF project manager with a few volunteers: good work!