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dwnews May 18
"We're becoming independent, we can do anything we want": Pakistan's wants to combat gender inequality one motorbike at a time.
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Taha May 21
I'm watching this on repeat 😂😂😂
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Martin Kobler May 18
Look at this great initiative . Mobility for women! Bc most women cannot work due to lack of transport. Economic independence depends on mobility. Bikes for women! How can we support you?
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Chief Minister's SRU May 20
Meet - A Project that has truly empowered in - reports-
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Developing Pakistan May 15
After , Today team launched in ! Subsidized motorbikes were distributed to women who will now rock the roads. True independence with power of Mobility. Thanks to CM Shehbaz real change is here!
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Dr Ayesha May 13
Giving motor bikes to women is not empowerment . The empowerment lies in education . Give them books , build more universities for them , empower them with professional knowledge . Help them become doctors , engineers , teachers & scholars .
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khaledkureshi May 15
Congratulations to the first batch of WomenOnWheels! Reckitt Benckiser and Government of Punjab join hands on to empower women trainees, their mobility and access to adequate job opportunities.
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PCSW May 18
“There is no tool for development more effective than the empowerment of women” -Kofi Annan
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Mr_Phake😎 May 13
"5.03 million girls out of 9.2 million of children were out of school in Punjab, the largest province of the country in terms of population" EDUCATION is more important.
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Syeda Mahinu Shah 🔥 May 14
So l am going to buy a Scotty .... a pink scotty .... 💕💕💕
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Aisha Sarwari May 17
“This access I speak of is a gendered phenomenon.”
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Syeda Anum Shah May 14
Bingoo but i can even know how bicycle works bike tou dor ki baat hai but its awesome
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Aakash Punhani May 15
“These roads were built for women too, and it’s high time they can travel on them. The country is not just for men and boys." Read more:
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Javeria Khan May 15
What a sight ! A great initiative by to help eradicate travel incoveniences. Cheers to everyone who made this possible.
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Juggun Kazim May 13
Hosting the Chief Minister Punjab Women on Wheels Subsidized Motorbike Scheme Launch. For the first time in Pakistan, government is providing subsidized motorbikes to promote women mobility.
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Dawn.com May 13
700 women handed over bike keys under programme
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#PTVSPORTS #PakvEng May 14
RT khadeeeej751: What an adventurous day! More power to our female bikers Hats off smucmo for this amazing rally.
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Zakaria Shah May 14
Its very normal for women in most of the countries to drive bikes. Pakistan on the other hand is such a backward country. I think the women here were living in a stone age, that they had to celebrate What a joke.
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MAK May 14
Loving all the pictures on - More power to you!!! ✌🏼
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رابعہ انعم 👸👒👜💄 May 14
Lovely shadii event 🙆🙇me and mama enjoy there ... UMMMAH miss you Twitter ....
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