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TRANSGENDER FROM THE SUBURBS OF RAJANPUR

’We are often mistreated and are not considered as a part of society. People only see us as a source of entertainment in events but, due to COVID-19, we had no source of income left. We used to go door to door and beg for help but, people used to shut the door on our faces.
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TRANSGENDER FROM THE SUBURBS OF RAJANPUR

A FEELING OF HELPLESSNESS

Jindan Mai, a resident of a small village in the suburbs of Rajanpur, is taking care of a family of 10 children and an unemployed husband who lost work due to COVID-19 as a daily laborer.
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A FEELING OF HELPLESSNESS

NOTHING WORTH MORE THAN SAVING A LIFE

Haleema (aged 18), wife of Shams Al-Haq had survived a complicated delivery due to Mother and Child heathcare Center (MCHC) in Kohistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. She shared that she was about to give birth to a child at her home, in the remote village, near Kohistan when the traditional wisdom failed to cater her delivery.
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NOTHING WORTH MORE THAN SAVING A LIFE

A FATHER’S GRIEF

Shazia, 18, is a resident of the village of Pathe. Shazia was washing clothes when the earthquake struck, while her 16-year-old sister, Uzma and 11-year-old brother, Faizan were taking tea at home.
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A FATHER’S GRIEF