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All Pakistan Womens Association, How It Changed My Life

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The story of Nisreen, a worker at All Pakistan Womens Association (AWPA) in Karachi.

In this film Nisreen talks about how the All Pakistan women’s Association run Ra'ana Liaquat Crafts Colony Welfare Program (RLCC) has given her and her family security of income and welfare.

RLCC is a Karachi based non-profit organization founded by Begum Ra'ana Liaquat in 1954 for the rehabilitation of emigrating artisans from India. RLCC currently running various projects all focused on women’s empowerment, through education, training or income generation. Contact Sabeena Ahmed of The Little Fair Trade Shop Limited.

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