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Cyber Harassment Helpline for victims of online harassment and violence (toll-free): 0800-39393 daily from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m

Roshni Helpline: 0800 80900

CPLC Karachi Helpline: 1102

Edhi Homes Women’s Shelter: 021 36803165

Abuse helpline: 051 925763 32

War Against Rape

http://www.war.org.pk

Office No.102 Pearl Crest, 18-C, 4th Commercial Lane, Zamzama Blvd, DHA Phase V, Karachi (75500), Sindh 

+92 2135373008

info@war.org.pk

waragainstrape.khi@gmail.com

Digital Rights Foundation

digitalrightsfoundation.pk

Cyber Harassment Helpline for victims of online harassment and violence toll-free number: 0800-39393 everyday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m 

Hamara Internet: The Art of Digital Security for Pakistani Women (2nd Edition) – Guidebook

Hamara-Internet-Guidebook-Urdu-Version 

جنسى زيا دتى کى صورت ميں کيا کيا جائے؟ 

Aurat Foundation 

https://www.af.org.pk/

Panah Women’s Shelter (Karachi)

panahshelter.org

Panah Shelter Home, Project of Panah Trust, Darul Aman Premises Plot No. ST-6, Block 10, Federal B Area, Karachi

Phone: (+92) 021 36360025, 021 36360028 

E-mail: panahhome@yahoo.com, panahhome@gmail.com 

Human Rights Commission of Pakistan

http://hrcp-web.org/hrcpweb/

Outlawed in Pakistan is a 2013 documentary film by Habiba Nosheen and Hilke Schellmann. The film follows Kainat Soomro, a Pakistani woman who was gang raped at the age of 13 and struggled to obtain justice. The film was featured at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2013.


Facts about gender based violence in Pakistan

A staggering 32 per cent of women have experienced physical violence in Pakistan and 40 per cent of ever-married women have suffered from spousal abuse at some point in their life. Source: The Pakistan Demographic and Health Survey 2012-2013

However, these statistics do not accurately represent the full extent of cases. One in two Pakistani women who have experienced violence never sought help or told anyone about the violence they had experienced. Source: United Nations Population Fund Pakistan (UNFPA Pakistan)

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