Take a look at our portfolio with general information.
APWA represented at UN - 1951
Begum Ra’ana Liaquat represented APWA at the UN, and was the first Muslim woman to speak there. As a result APWA was the first to be affiliated with UN category I status organisations worldwide.
APWA in the 1970's
Was running 46 primary schools, 13 secondary schools, and 6 colleges all over the country providing quality education to women.
APWA has spearheaded the promotion of craft, especially home industries, and marketed them nationally and internationally. APWA shops have always been a ‘must stop’ for gifts. Today there are 4 shops nationwide.
International Council for Women (ICW), FranceInternational Alliance of Women (IAW), UKAssociated Country Women of the World (ACWW), UKGeneral Federation of Women’s Clubs (GFWC), USAPan Pacific South Eastern Association of Women, (PPSEWA)
RaanaLiaquat Craftsman Colony (RLCC),
Women’s International Club,
GuleRaana Community Center,
GuleRaana Industrial Home.
Family Planning, Vaccination EPI, Antenatal, Postnatal, Minor Ailments, Ultrasound, Nutritional Correction, Medical camps (center based)
Urine D/R, Haemoglobin, Pregnancy, Blood Sugar
In Patient / Out Patient Services:
Normal Deliveries, Tubal Ligation, Vasectomy, D & C, D & E, MVA, Circumcision
Faces of the Future: Smoking Prevention and Cessation in Women – Funded by the Pfizer Foundation. Training of teachers for delivering life skills education in 10 schools of Sindh – in partnership with Aahung. Women’s Regional Network (WRN): raising women’s voices for security and corruption. A network of women from Pakistan, Afghanistan…
Exhibition - 2014
APWA Pakistan placed a stall on 25th January 2014 at “Saffron Lawn” near Gulf shopping center located at “Teen Talwar”. Different NGO’s across Pakistan participated in this event for a good cause.