Our Projects

DASTAK Foundation has launched a unique and first of kind visual media campaign in regional languages (Urdu, Pashto, Balochi and Sindhi) to advance knowledge and skills pertinent to counter gender-based violence. IBTADA has and aspires to cover a range of subjects that can improve women rights, create awareness regarding gender-based violence and promote protection of vulnerable communities. IBTADA can be credited for producing 6 Short Films, 3 Short Animation Films and 2 Whiteboard Ani-
mations, alongside other visual media content.

DASTAK Foundation launched an extensive social media campaign to raise awareness regarding gender-based violence in 2018. DASTAK’s work has sensitised masses across the country and social media campaign has an outreach of 1,00,000+ direct beneficiaries (Facebook and Instagram) and has reached out to 8 million+ people during just 2020. The campaign has been nationally and  internationally recognised and has provided support to hundreds of survivors during COVID-19.

DASTAK Foundation believes in creating synergies and building sustainable linkages among various stakeholders to encourage intersectional and cross-sectoral approaches to eradicate GBV. The program at hand has been launched during COVID-19 to encourage collaborations among women rights activists and civil society organizations working to counter GBV at regional level (South Asia). Tabeer envisions the elimination of all forms of discrimiantion and violence against women. Tabeer can be credited for engaging 20+ GBV experts from South Asia.

DASTAK Foundation can be credited for using various creative ways and means to counter gender-based violence at grassroots and community level. Mashal, another initiative launched from the platform of DASTAK Foundation, involved utilizing street art and truck art to sensitize communities at mass level against gender-based violence. DASTAK Foundation has conducted art activities at provincial capitals (Quetta, Balochistan, Peshawar and Lahore) and Islamabad in collaboration with an internationally renowned Pakistani artist – Shehzil Malik.

URAAN - اڑان

DASTAK Foundation strongly believes that, in order to eradicate gender-based violence we have to empower women and create safe spaces for them. DASTAK, as partof their initiative Uraan, have been using sports such as Martial Arts and Kickboxing, alongwith self-defense in order to equip young girls with knowledge and skills to stand tall in the face of harassment, abuse and violence. DASTAK Foundation has conducted 15 self-defense workshops with college and university students, reaching out to 1800+ young girls across Pakistan.

Our Projects

DASTAK Foundation has launched a unique and first of kind visual media campaign in regional languages (Urdu, Pashto, Balochi and Sindhi) to advance knowledge and skills pertinent to counter gender-based violence. IBTADA has and aspires to cover a range of subjects that can improve women rights, create awareness regarding gender-based violence and promote protection of vulnerable communities. IBTADA can be credited for producing 6 Short Films, 3 Short Animation Films and 2 Whiteboard Animations, alongside other visual media content.

DASTAK Foundation launched an extensive social media campaign to raise awareness regarding gender-based violence in 2018. DASTAK’s work has sensitised masses across the country and social media campaign has an outreach of 1,00,000+ direct beneficiaries (Facebook and Instagram) and has reached out to 8 million+ people during just 2020. The campaign has been nationally and  internationally recognised and has provided support to hundreds of survivors during COVID-19.

DASTAK Foundation believes in creating synergies and building sustainable linkages among various stakeholders to encourage intersectional and cross-sectoral approaches to eradicate GBV. The program at hand has been launched during COVID-19 to encourage collaborations among women rights activists and civil society organizations working to counter GBV at regional level (South Asia). Tabeer envisions the elimination of all forms of discrimiantion and violence against women. Tabeer can be credited for engaging 20+ GBV experts from South Asia.

DASTAK Foundation can be credited for using various creative ways and means to counter gender-based violence at grassroots and community level. Mashal, another initiative launched from the platform of DASTAK Foundation, involved utilizing street art and truck art to sensitize communities at mass level against gender-based violence. DASTAK Foundation has conducted art activities at provincial capitals (Quetta, Balochistan, Peshawar and Lahore) and Islamabad in collaboration with an internationally renowned Pakistani artist – Shehzil Malik.

URAAN - اڑان

DASTAK Foundation strongly believes that, in order to eradicate gender-based violence we have to empower women and create safe spaces for them. DASTAK, as partof their initiative Uraan, have been using sports such as Martial Arts and Kickboxing, alongwith self-defense in order to equip young girls with knowledge and skills to stand tall in the face of harassment, abuse and violence. DASTAK Foundation has conducted 15 self-defense workshops with college and university students, reaching out to 1800+ young girls across Pakistan.