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MULTAN: Wajood Society announced Pakistan’s first Alliance of Transgender Adolescents and Youth. Led by Madam Bubly Malik, this marks a significant step forward in embracing diversity and ensuring everyone’s rights in the country.

The launch event, held in Multan, South Punjab, brought together key stakeholders, activists, and community members in a celebration of progress and unity. Ms. Saro Imran, a renowned advocate for transgender rights, lent her expertise as the event’s facilitator, guiding discussions and fostering a spirit of collaboration.

The Alliance, founded with the vision of fostering leadership development, providing life skills-based education, promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), facilitating economic empowerment, and advocating for legal rights, stands as a beacon of hope for transgender adolescents and youth across Pakistan.

With a core team comprising 10 dedicated members and an additional 40 general members, the Alliance is poised to make a tangible difference in the lives of transgender individuals, offering support, resources, and opportunities for growth and self-realization.

Madam Bubly Malik, speaking at the launch, expressed her heartfelt commitment to the cause, stating, “It is our collective responsibility to ensure that every individual, regardless of gender identity, is afforded the dignity, respect, and opportunities they deserve. The formation of this Alliance is a testament to our unwavering dedication to upholding the rights and well-being of transgender adolescents and youth.”

The event featured insightful discussions, interactive workshops, and networking sessions aimed at empowering participants and fostering a sense of community and belonging. Attendees expressed their enthusiasm and optimism for the future, emphasizing the importance of solidarity and collaboration in effecting meaningful change.

As Pakistan’s first Alliance of its kind, this groundbreaking initiative sends a powerful message of inclusivity and acceptance, reaffirming Wajood Society’s commitment to advancing social justice and equality for all.

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