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    Discrimination Against Urban Women: A Case Study Of Karachi.Fateh Muhammad Burfat, Naima Saeed & Ghulam Muhammad Burfat - 2013 - Pakistan Journal of Gender Studies 7 (1):17-28.
    Gender inequality exists in Pakistan as a phenomenon that does not allow women equality of opportunity in the public and private sphere and also keeps women in very subjugated roles within the public and in private relationships. These factors can affect women’s access to education, employment, to career advancement and to their possibilities of holding positions of political power and roles of social and cultural esteem. Although gender equality may have progressed somewhat in the modern world but it is still (...)
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    Promotion Of Primary Health Care In Pakistan: A Case Study Of The Role Of Non-Governmental Organizations In Promoting Primary Health Care In Karachi.Fateh Muhmmad Burfat, Muhammad Yaqub, Naima Saeed & Misbah B. Qureshi - 2014 - Pakistan Journal of Gender Studies 8 (1):51-74.
    The present study “Promotion of Primary Health Care in Pakistan: A Case Study of the Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in Promoting Primary Health Care in Karachi” is aimed at determining the role of NGOs in the promotion of primary health Care sector in Pakistan with special reference to Karachi. The primary objective of this research is to evaluate the role and performance of relevant NGOs working in Karachi in the health sector. It is a quantitative research. A questionnaire based to (...)
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    Gender Differences In Resilience, Coping And Quality Of Life Of Oncology Nurses In Pakistan.Sajida Naz, Naima Saeed & Aazadi Fateh Muhammad - 2017 - Pakistan Journal of Gender Studies 14 (1):145-159.
    This research was carried out to explore the gender differences in resilience, coping and quality of life of oncology nurses. It is evidenced through the literature that oncology nurses face different stressors because of complexity involved in their profession. This research attempts to investigate the impact of resilience and coping strategies on quality of life of nurses along with identifying nature of gender differences in each domain. A total of 300 oncology nurses participated in cross sectional survey based study. Trait (...)
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    Socio-Economic Conditions Of Hindu Women In Karachi With Special Reference To Narainpura Karachi.Naima Saeed, Tansif ur Rehman & Hina Shahzadi - 2017 - Pakistan Journal of Gender Studies 15 (1):105-122.
    The religious minority constitutes an anomaly within the discourse of national identity in Pakistan. They become an anomaly because their existence as citizens of Pakistan highlights the contradictions within the theory that, the State of Pakistan was created for the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent. Hindus are the largest religious minority in Sindh, but facing discrimination at all levels, i.e., economic, social, political, and legal. They are living as a second-class citizen of the country. While, the women who belong to (...)
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