Voice and Accountability
Women better able to participate safely in politics and in public spaces at federal, provincial and local levels in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
AAWAZ programme will help to develop provincial and national gender-based legislative plans for ensuring equality of rights and status of women and other excluded groups on an annual basis in collaboration with women legislators and concerned provincial departments in Punjab and KP and key stakeholders and concerned ministries and institutions at the federal level. The programme will encourage better enforcement of existing laws that prevent VAW through building women’s capacities and increasing their participation via awareness-raising activities
Women and other excluded groups better able to demand improved delivery of services in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
AAWAZ Programme will facilitating networking and coalition building at the community level will be working with community groups, comprising women and minorities, to identify a shared vision for their community and define local priorities for service delivery needs. Citizen’s voice and strengthening accountability are volunteer, local-level citizen committees
Citizens and communities better able to resolve disputes peacefully, and work together for common solutions in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
AAWAZ Programme will create a peace constituency that is built up from the grassroots level to the federal level through raising awareness and educating people on their rights, responsibilities, and how to use existing dispute resolution mechanisms to constructively work through their differences.
Improved evidence generated, synthesized, and communicated/championed to political leaders
AAWAZ Programme will encourage knowledge base and understanding of programme impact through independent monitoring and evaluation of all partners organisation. The programme will expand the circulation and dissemination of relevant, evidence-based knowledge on development issues; and advocacy efforts to use Response fund and PAAR facility.
AAWAZ Aagahi Centers (AACs) was established as resource centers and in ten Union Councils of the district. The center would disseminate awareness material and provide technical support to the AAWAZ village/neighborhood/ Union council Forums.