More than Shelter – Needs Assessment of Dar ul Amans and Shelters in Pakistan

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More than Shelter – Needs Assessment of Women’s Shelters in Pakistan is a report which delves into the multifaceted nature of Violence against women and girls, exploring both its underlying causes and potential solutions. It draws upon the powerful narratives of women who have endured the impacts of Violence against women and girls, providing a platform for their voices to be heard and experiences to be understood. Through comprehensive research, the report compiles valuable insights from a diverse array of stakeholders—ranging from policy architects and provincial authorities to social welfare entities, gender-focused departments, and the very mechanisms established to safeguard women’s rights.

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