Peaceful RAWA demonstrations in Peshawar are attacked by fundamentalist terrorists and are forcibly prevented and banned by Pakistani police. But nothing can deter RAWA from agitating and struggling for democracy and women’s rights.
The Guardian, April 29,1993
A member of RAWA bleeds from the impact of police baton during a protest rally in Islamabad against the fundamentalists domination in Afghanistan.
Members of RAWA selling their publications at Sunday Bazaar, Islamabad. The fundamentalists are intolerant of the sale of RAWA publications and have on more than one occasion assaulted vendors, mostly women. Sales of publications is a source of income for RAWA.
Members of RAWA selling their publications at Sunday Bazaar, Peshawar.
RAWA pays full attention of the education of children
A mobile health-care team of RAWA at an Afghan refugee camp near Quetta of Pakistan.
A mobile health-care team of RAWA among refugee women.
A mobile health-care team of RAWA at one of Afghan refugee camps near Quetta of Pakistan.
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