• Human Nature

    Money Can’t Buy Everything….

    There is a romanticized ideal of life abroad. It’s one where every day is full of new friends, carefree afternoons and spontaneous weekend trips.   Life abroad seems like constant a fairy-tale land where expats clink glasses…

  • Women Empowerment

    Skitten Snø

    Skitten snø (Tainted) the Tv series is based on a book by Mahmona Khan and was telecasted on NRK channel. Skitten snø is a story of strong friendship, burning hatred, revenge and horror. The action takes place…

  • Unemployment

    The issue of Unemployment

    The great recession may be over, but this era of high joblessness is probably just beginning. Unemployment is a crucial problem because when unemployment is high people’s incomes decrease. Now the focus will be on the situation…

  • Women Empowerment

    The Women in the Village

    In the developing world, the menace of poverty is deep routed, especially in the rural areas while Pakistan is no exception to it. Therefore the United Nations identified the rural women as a catalyst for change if the objective of eradicating poverty is to be attained. Invisible and industrious, neglected and under nourished. She…

  • Child Education

    Educating our Daughters

    Pakistan has one of the lowest literacy rates in the world. More than 40 percent of girls — two out of every five — never enroll in school. The situation is especially alarming in rural areas due…

  • Child Care

    Eradicating polio

    Pakistan is one of the few countries in the world where polio remains endemic. The lack of proper governance and accountability, together with local groups opposing vaccination, are jeopardising efforts to rid the country of this disease.…

  • Women Empowerment

    Female juvenile offenders

    While male prisoners in Pakistan also suffer, the female prisoners’ plight is truly worrying. Like male offenders, the majority of female offenders are poor. However, women enter the criminal justice system with a host of unique medical,…

  • Child Education

    Child labor versus education

    PAKISTAN has recently passed laws that greatly limit child labor and indentured servitude, but those laws are universally ignored. Some 11 million children, aged four to 14, keep the country’s factories operating, often working in brutal and…

  • Child Care,  Child Rights

    Of homeless children

    MILLIONS of children remain homeless without care and protection. Simply passing a law is, therefore, not enough: it must be backed by an ongoing educational and awareness-raising initiative, capacity building, sufficient resources and collaborative partnerships, including children…