SOME CAN'T CHOOSE WHO THEY ARE, BUT WE CAN CHOOSE NOT TO HATE.
Khwajasira community in Pakistan, are the most disadvantaged and marginalized of all. They are kept deprived of basic human rights and denied access to education, health care,employment even respect, acceptance and more importantly recognition as human beings
Raise awareness about the challenges faced by the Trans community in order to for public to be more supportive and inclusive.
Identify, provide, support and empower them with educational and vocational training opportunities.
Create and identify employment opportunities and make them work ready with required skills.
Marginalized Pakistani Community gears up for Inclusion!
Ever wondered what IT feels to be different?
"I was six when I ran away from my home"
When asked whether she loves Karachi or her hometown, Rawalpindi, Sana replied:
"Of course KARACHI! I love the people here. They are supportive, accepting and generous. I was six years old when I ran away from my home and started living with my own community.
"My father used to tell people that he has 3 children even though we are 4 or what I call sarrhay teen (three and a half)."
When I was young, I loved to dance and play with my hair. I had beautiful long hair which I flaunted at functions and parties and in front of my friends. I used to love two things in my life the most-my friends and my hair, both of which were taken away by my father.
Sub Rang society
National Institute of skilled training
First hand foundation