Awareness workshop on Acid attack violence

by Serve


In Pakistan 2010-2011 there are 300 Acid Attacks on women (80% are married). Recently Oscar winning Short story "Saving Faces" which is all about Acid Attacks in Pakistan.Majority of Pakistani Women are facing such violence which should be controlled at initial stage. This project will provide awareness workshops to women/girl who are facing sexual, social and domestic violence. The main goal of this project is to decrease the increasing ratio of Acid Attacks on girls.
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300 Women were affected Badly by the acid attack and most of them are married. The back of this happening is initial domestic or sexual violence which further convert to Acid-Attacks and other Violence. Women and girl need to get awareness workshop to get out of this in initial stage.


This project will provide awareness and Aid to acid-attack victims in Pakistan. Pakistan is one of the leading country of such a violence and it should be reduced to 0 Percent and this initiative is a small step towards this Action.

Long-Term Impact

Pakistan is becoming one the popular country in Acid-Attack Cases and domestic Violence. Recently Oscar Winning Documentary pulled this violence under international Eyes. This Initiative will reduce such Acid Attack and Domestic violence.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Excel file (projdoc.xls).

Organization Information


Location: Faisalabad, Punjab - Pakistan
Project Leader:
Kashif Frank
Faisalabad, Punjab Pakistan

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