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Daily Commute Another Challenge for Pakistan's Working Womeni
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January 29, 2013 6:56 PM
The International Labor Organization says barely one-fifth of the women in Pakistan work in paid jobs. Sharon Behn reports from Islamabad that the lack of safe and secure public transport is one of the reasons even educated women are unable to work and break out of a cycle of grinding poverty

Daily Commute Another Challenge for Pakistan's Working Women

Published January 29, 2013

The International Labor Organization says barely one-fifth of the women in Pakistan work in paid jobs. Sharon Behn reports from Islamabad that the lack of safe and secure public transport is one of the reasons even educated women are unable to work and break out of a cycle of grinding poverty


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