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Sister Zeph Posted April 27, 2017 from Pakistan I am very proud to be a Pakistani because Pakistani people are full of talent and courage. They have proved themselves in every field of life because we are hardworking and innovative. There is a saying in Pakistan that for a Pakistani nothing is impossible because we are, (Jugadu Qaum ), we have an ability to find a solution for every problem. But still we are hundreds
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Sister Zeph Posted April 19, 2017 from Pakistan In March-2017 I decided to leave my job because since more than one year I was feeling like I should leave my job so that I can give all my time to my school instead of doing job eight hours a day, six days a week and then school alsobut than I would compare ground realities, my financial conditions and then would change this idea of resignation
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Sister Zeph Posted March 28, 2017 from Pakistan It has been more than twenty years when I was a little girl at that time, they would live in next street of my house, one day there were so many lights in their house which was full of guests, all were so happy, there were variety of foods there, guests were wearing fancy dresses , they were dancing and were doing fun’ then in evening my
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Sister Zeph Posted March 13, 2017 from Pakistan Zeph Education is an initiative to educate and empower women in rural Pakistan, where child marriage is a story of every day, honor killing is common, girls have no right to go to school, they have no right to take a decision, they are considered as property of men, whose job is to please their men and to produce children only. In that area we are providing
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World Pulse is a Global movement to empower and united women through digital technology and women of Pakistan need it the most as they have to face all kind of violence in their daily life, so on this international day of women we introduced more then 150 women to the World Pulse so they can live a good life and they can be heard https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgOHC9ihCug Facebook Comments
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Sister Zeph Posted November 26, 2016 from Pakistan I was sleeping today morning when my mother came from outside, she went to buy eggs from the nearby shop and she came with a news that a woman who was talking to her mother on phone, her husband who was sleeping and was disturbing with her voice, he has just cut the ear of his wife so that she can never listen again. This time I
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Sister Zeph, a teacher and girls’ education advocate in Pakistan, responds to the results of the US presidential election with a call to women everywhere . “Today we have the opportunity to become more vocal for women’s rights than ever.” Sister Zeph | Pakistan It is 10 pm on the9th of November. In the US, the presidential election has reached its conclusion. It has been a tough day, though it started out with hope—hope for
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Sister Zeph Posted November 14, 2016 from Pakistan ‘They Made Us Drink Their Urine, Spat In Our Faces, Raped Us’ – Transgender Brutally Beaten In Sialkot In Pakistan, the rights of minorities – be it religious communitiesor gender groups– seem to bein a perpetual state of suspension. Judging by incidents thatwe, unfortunately, encounter all too regularly in our country, it would not be a case ofovershooting the mark if one assumes that people from majority
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Sister Zeph Posted November 9, 2016 from Pakistan It is 10: PM 9th Nov-2016 it was a tough day. Which started with a hope for me and for women of the whole world, I am almost 12 thousand kilo meter far from America but still my heart was there, I was planning of a celebration in night, a celebration for women, for women’s victory, for women to be recognized as a leader of the super
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Sister Zeph Posted October 28, 2016 from Pakistan In my country because it is very common for girls to get married at the age of 14 or 16 and if a married woman does not get pregnant with in few weeks of her marriage people start making stories about her . Like she must have some medical problem, or maybe she cannot get pregnant so a newly married couple cannot have a birth control either
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