Baseerat Khan has served with international institutions as a monitoring officer and also worked in health and education sector before joining politics.
Sumera Latif is the first woman journalist from DI Khan who has adopted the profession of journalism as a mission to be the voice of women.
Gul Nisa from the remote Tank district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has been selected for the Peacekeeping Mission of the United Nations.
Peshawar's famous beauty salon founder Arfa Farooq says when she first sought permission of from her family, her uncle immediately refused it.
If a girl belongs to a conservative society and a minority community, it means that she will have to work even harder for realizing her dreams.
Media has mainly become a business instead of a mission and women are seen as a commodity to bring glamour in the news in newspapers and TV channels.
The women journalists of KP have decided to form Women Journalist Network to raise voice for their rights from a single platform.
Fauzia says she started her career from the state-run TV in 2002 as a drama artist and now she is serving as a make-up artist.
Dr Parveen has donated most of her personal property for Dost Foundation. In Peshawar, her centre has been named 'Sakoon Kor'.
Kulsoom Zeb says entry to the field of poetry is as difficult for Pakhtun women, but if a woman has the courage and determination, then she can do anything.
After observing and studying women's rights organizations for 20 years, Afghan woman Qandi Safi finally also joined the field.
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