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Pakistan

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Nisha Kavalam

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Transcript of Pakistan

Official Name -
Islamic Republic of Pakistan

Independent since 1947 from British India

Population - 196 million

Official Languages - English & Urdu

Religion - Islam

Capital - Islamabad

National Currency: Rupees


Pakistan
Indus River
flows through the entire province
Sindh is primarily an
agricultural region
Background Information
Region: Sindh
Population
: about

30,500,000
Third largest province
Primary Language
:
Sindhi
also spoken: Urdu, Punjabi, Pashto, and Balochi
Major Religions
:
Islam & Hinduism
Amy Pace
Logan Prince
Nisha Kavalam

Pakistan
Malala's Story
The Malala Fund
Research Question
Population
Sample Design
Methodology
Timeline
Ethical Considerations
Mixed Methods and
Semistructured Interviews for our Exploratory Research
Content of questions will include:
What is the woman's level of literacy?
How many years have the women been in school?
What are the women's experiences of discrimination?
What are their goals and aspirations for the future?
Females
Ages 13-25
Systematic Random Sampling
Sukkur, Larkana, and Mirpu Khas
Mohen Jo Daro
Economy in Sindh
National Monument
Faisal Mosque
Swat Valley
Traditional Pakistani Wedding
Second largest GDP in Pakistan
anonymity
informed consent
environment for interviews
language barriers
Men = economic provider
Women generally accepted as " the will of God"
Patriarchal Society
Male is the preferred gender of child
Sacrificed rights are seen as duties
If any,
education is typically from age 4-10

Illiteracy rate is high
Arranged marriages
Child Marriages

2005
Pakistani Taliban
Tehrik-i-Taliban (TTP)
A religious extremist group that exists to overthrow the government and the military in Pakistan
Young girls and women in rural areas of Sindh
Dissemination of Information
Malala Fund

Local & National Government

Pakistani Universities

The U.N.

References
Is Malala’s Fund alleviating gender disparity through educating and empowering women?
0-1 Month for IRB review and approval
1-2 months: Connect with the Malala Fund and Global Partnerships (UNESCO) located in Pakistan
Determine/Confirm Sample Size
2-5 months: conduct interviews and focus groups.
5-12 months: Evaluate findings and presenting interview results
Launched in 2012 by Vital Voices Global Partnership
Partnered up with other NGO's
UN Foundation
Girl Up
Education Partnership for Children of Conflict
United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organizations (UNESCO)
Born on July 12, 1997 in Mingora Pakistan
2008: spoke against the Taliban in Peshawar
How dare the Taliban take away my basic right to education
2009: began to write for a BBC blog
2011: Nominated the Children's Peace Prize and awarded Pakistan's National Youth Peace Prize
2012 (Oct. 9th): Malala shot by Taliban
2013 (March): Completed her education in Birmingham, England.
2014: Nominated and awarded Nobel Peace Prize
Budget
Malala's Story
Central Intelligence Agency. Library. The World Factbook. Pakistan. Retrieved November 5, 2014. https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/pk.html

Culture Grams World Edition. 2009. Islamic Republic of Pakistan. www.culturegrams.com

Jkbarki. (2009, December 16). A list of languages, are spoken in Pakistan. Retrieved November 15, 2014, from http://www.forumpakistan.com/a-list-of-languages-are-spoken-in-pakistan-t41671.html

http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2014/10/29/city/karachi/speakers-want-labour-rights-for-5-million-women-workers-in-sindh/

http://www.unesco.org/new/en/media-services/single-view/news/unesco_launches_malala_funds_in_trust_for_girls_education_in_pakistan/back/9597/#.VH6O0-dlTIp.



Total of six months spent in Pakistan
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