Gender inequality and discrimination
Gender inequality and discrimination remain a significant issue in many parts of the world, and Pakistan
is no exception. Women are often discriminated against and treated unfairly in many aspects of life,
including education, employment, and social and cultural practices. Women are often denied access to
education and job opportunities, and they are paid less than men for the same work. They also face
harassment and abuse, both in the workplace and in their personal lives.
GBF recognizes the importance of addressing gender inequality and discrimination and works to
promote women’s rights and gender equality. One of the ways GBF does this is by providing education
and skill development opportunities for women. Through its vocational training programs, GBF helps
women develop new skills and gain access to job opportunities that were previously unavailable to
GBF also works to raise awareness about gender inequality and discrimination in the community.
conducts workshops and training sessions to educate people about the importance of gender equality
and to encourage them to support women’s rights. GBF also provides legal assistance to women who
have experienced discrimination or abuse, helping them to seek justice and hold perpetrators
Another way GBF addresses gender inequality is by promoting women’s participation in decision-making
processes. GBF encourages women to become involved in community organizations and to take
leadership roles in their communities. It also works to ensure that women’s voices are heard and their
needs are taken into account in policy-making and program implementation.
GBF recognizes that gender inequality and discrimination cannot be addressed in isolation. It is a
complex issue that requires a multi-pronged approach, involving education, advocacy, and policy
change. GBF is committed to working with partners and stakeholders to promote gender equality and to
create a more just and equitable society for all.