Womens’ Rights, a Sisters’ Home

My World, Your World, One World

I have been editing again for the Sisters’ Home – proper name in pashto language is Khwendo Kor, and in between going for walks and watching girls play softball, I am reading of another place where culture is somewhat different. Sometimes I am crying, as well as reading, but that is what gives the energy to do the work and the tears are about being so moved by the resilience and determination of everyone in KK. I remember that just a couple of generations ago, women (and men too) had to bring this kind of resolve in my own parts of the world. Indeed, there is still some work to do, but at least I have earned my own living, I have had education, and I can go out walking.

KKlogoKK works in North West Pakistan. Since 1993 in villages and communities, this group has worked, and been challenged…

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