• education is important
    Women Problems in PakistanProblems of Pakistani women’. Introducing the topic, Ms. Shafaq Sheikh gave some facts and figures about state of women in Pakistan, and underlined that most of the problems faced by Pakistani women were common to whole population without any discrimination...
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  • Adoption Gap in Livestock Production Practices 1 Muhammad, G., 2 Bilal, M.Q., 3 Saghir, A, and 4 M. Sami-Ullah
    activities with the other family members. As they are involved in earning but their control in income and expenditure is very less (Arshad, 2010). In dairy production, the major problems being faced by the farmers are sub optimal nutrition, poor reproductive efficiency, sub-optimal production...
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  • Dynamics of the Refugee Movement During and After the Partition
    this case, although communication and culture may not have been the major problem, there were other social problems such as having to leave their community and neighbours, people with such strong family ties from centuries. The social displacement was so huge, in India they lived in villages, in...
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  • Flood
    work, so we survived.’ Photo: Timothy Allen/Oxfam 20 Pakistan Floods Progress Report 2010/2011 Case Study: Cash for Quilts In villages where women were not accustomed to paid work, or leaving their homes and villages, Oxfam and LASOONA, developed a program to enable women to earn money by...
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  • Sos Children's Village in Pakistan
    specially designed to help women and children in rural areas. CHAPTER NUM 6 SOS Lahore The SOS Children's Village Lahore was first venture to be established in Pakistan. It was open to public in January 1977, by the President in charge Chaudry Fazal Elahi, and is constructed on a 10 acre site...
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  • Sme Problems
    systems, taxation and labor laws. POTENTIAL PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH SME Problems associated with SME sector are very much originated from the problems of owners/entrepreneurs. However SME sector in Pakistan faces following key problems: 1. Skill Enhancement 2. Human Resource...
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  • Economy
    Faced By Pakistan At The Time Of Inception From its very inception, Pakistan faced a large number of problems. Some of the initial difficulties were  1. Choice of Capital and Establishment of Government  The first problem that Pakistan had to face was to choose a capital to form a Government and...
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  • Gender Discrimination in Agricultural Activities
    : • To analyze the factor influencing women participation in agriculture activities. • To determine the involvement and decision making power of the rural women in the agricultural activities • to identify various problems faced by women in performing agriculture activities. Activity: In order to...
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  • Crisis of Women’s Education in Pakistan
    , their mobility outside the village is not permitted There is a common conception found amongst the people of Pakistan that men should be given proper education so that in future he may be self supported, where as for women there is a thought that she is only meant for housekeeping and child bearing...
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  • Gender Issues in Pakistan
    , in rural Pakistan “ninety-six percent of females aged 15-24 needed permission to travel to a nearby health outlet”, a village or a relatives’ home.6 The obstacles that these traditional perspectives and practices present to women as they continue to limit their opportunities to access health services...
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  • Afgans
    factions. They don’t have a constitution or a legal system there either. But that is small compared to its other problems. Afghanistan has always been a very poor country; in fact the third-poorest country in the world. Needless to say the 20 years of war Afghanistan has faced didn’t help that...
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  • Dipenz
    music, and jatra, the village opera. Wrestling and other sports held at fairs are popular. In the past, hunting and fishing were favorite pastimes. 18 • CRAFTS AND HOBBIES The Chakma are skilled at making a variety of household goods from bamboo, often using nothing more than a simple knife. Women...
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  • The Role of Borders and Boundaries in Partition Literature
    and marry. Two years later the governments of India and Pakistan decided to heal some wounds by tracing abducted women on both sides and returning them to their homes. They did not realise that they could be creating another problem: many of these women may had been married with children and may had...
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  • A Comparative Study on the Theme of East-West Encounter in Kamala Markandaya’s Possession and Anita Desai’s Bye-Bye Blackbird
    Indians in England. Both writers introduced British women as lover’s to Indian boys namely Ellie for Val and Sarah for Adit. Both writers play the role of a neutral observer in their novels. Kamala Markandaya wrote the problems faced by a poor Indian village boy in London in her novel...
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  • Group Work
    Journal of Quality and Technology Management  Volume VIII, Issue I, June 2012, Page 13 – 27  PROBLEMS FACED BY STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS IN ORDINARY PAKISTANI SCHOOLS M.S. Farooq University of the Punjab, Pakistan ABSTRACT The intent of this empirical work was to explore problems faced by...
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  • THESIS paper on refugee problem of bangladesh
    particular problems faced by women and children refugees and called for further efforts to protect these special groups. In addition to the United Nations and the League of Nations, various international charitable organizations, such as Amnesty International, strive to aid refugees and stateless persons...
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  • A Brief History of India
    provides the facilities to the people in specific areas but in Pakistan it is still in experimental stage.2Laski says, ‘we cannot realize the full benefit of democratic government unless we begin by the admission that all problems are not central problems and that the results of problems not...
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  • Guess Paper of Class 1sy Year English
    concludes that education should contain three elements. What are they? Q:Describe the beauty of sweet Auburn in five lines as given in " The Deserted Village" OR When, where, by whom and how was the first aerial journey made? Q:What type of hardship can be faced in the forest according to Shakespeare...
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  • Project Report on Nrsp
    organizations operating in Pakistan. Like other NGOs the NRSP are based in private sector, they have their own independent board of directors, a distinct financial and management system, philosophy and approach to the development. 2.1 HISTORICAL Perspective The problems of the rural people...
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  • Urbanization and Its Effects
    year 2008, Pakistan faced a balance of payment deficit. The government agreed to an International monetary standby agreement to overcome the balance of payment crisis. But all through year 2009-10 its current account strengthened and foreign exchange funds stabilized mainly due to reduced oil prices...
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