Women’s Achievements in 2016, named as the year of melancholy for Pakistan, because of some momentous misfortunes and deficient imprudence, saw a few names of the nation thrive for the correct reasons. Various Pakistani ladies made the nation pleased subsequent to exceeding expectations in their separate fields in 2016.
Named as the second most noticeably bad nation for balance of sexual orientation by the World Economic Forum’s 2016 Gender Gap Index, a few names of the nation figured out how to criticize the report and the nation’s claim of an impasse of advance for Women’s Achievements.
1. Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy
Regularly said that the O in Obaid remains for Oscars, Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy in 2016, won her second Oscar for A Girl In The River: The Price of Forgiveness, a narrative on respect killings in Pakistan. She turned into the main Pakistani to win two Oscars. Addenda, Sharmeen additionally won the Audience Choice Award for her narrative Song Of Lahore at the London Silk-Screen Festival.
2. Minahil Sohail
In 2016, Minahil turned into Pakistan’s first female shooter to partake in the Olympics. In case of the 10m air rifle, Minahil secured 28th position at the Rio Olympics 2016.
3. Gulalai And Saba Ismail
Authors of the NGO Aware Girls, Gulalai and Saba Ismail were granted Chirac Prize for avoidance of contention. Their work rotates around advancing peaceful culture through ladies and the young.
4. Nighat Dad
Champ of the 2016 Human Rights Tulip Award, granted by the Dutch government, the author of Lawyer and Digital Rights Foundation (LDRF), Nighat Dad has without a doubt made the nation glad. Her non-benefit association (NGO) instructs Pakistanis on computerized rights and manages instances of online badgering.
5. Fayeeza Naqvi
Aman Foundation Chairman, Fayeeza Naqvi, won the spearheading Global Humanitarian Award for her associations’ productive work for ladies and kids’ wellbeing training.
6. Tabassum Adnan
The greatest name of 2016, Tabassum Adnan, an inhabitant of Swat, Pakistan, is a human rights dissident. In April, Tabassum won the Nelson-Mandela Prize for establishing the Khwendo (ladies) Jirga. She has been named as the figure for bold ladies in Pakistan and whatever remains of the world.
7. Mona Prakash Mahtani
Victor of the Commonwealth Youth Award for Excellence, Hyderabad’s Mona Mahtani exceeded expectations in the field of instruction in 2016. The prestigious honor is presented upon youthful firearms beneath the age of 30 who add to the elevate of society.
8. Sania Nishtar
Ex-Health Minister, Sania Nishter, was among 6 chosen people for the prestigious assignment of the World Health Organization (WHO’s) Director General, and one of the main two ladies. Organizer of a wellbeing think tank organization Heartfile Sania is likewise the co-administrator for WHO’s program of completion tyke heftiness.
9. Maryam And Erum Masood
In 2016, The Masood sisters, Maryam and Erum left a mark on the world subsequent to flying the Boeing 777 to a wide range of nations in various parts of the world, alongside traveling to neighborhood goals. You go young ladies!
10. Tahera Hasan
Tahera is the founder of Imkaan Welfare Foundation. Imkaan is a one of a kind association that endeavors to manage the issue of child murder and surrender of minor kids in Pakistan. Imkaan was intended to meet the most essential human right of each youngster, the privilege to an adoring family and a protected domain.