For years, Women in Pakistan have been denied privilege of human right i.e. economic, social, civil, religious and political. They are denied not only the right to education, but also the right to decide matters relating to their marriages and divorce. Often abuses are compounded: poor girls and women are trafficked and subject to forced marriage, forced prostitution or exploitative work situations such as bounded labor. These deprivations are manifestations of discrimination against women and girls in Pakistan. Gender relationship is very traditional and many a times comes as an obstacle for development and equality of women. We are thank full to God that in our ministry women are conducting meetings, organizing different programs and also are involved in training the youth and children. We are also working to uplift their living standard. And for these purposes we have launch Stitching Schools, Beautician Courses, hand made art courses etc.