All Pakistan Women's Association (APWA)
Association des femmes pakistanaises
Asociación Pan Pakistana de Mujeres
1949-02-21 Karachi Pakistan
21 Feb 1949, Karachi (Pakistan), by Begum Liaquat Ali Khan, at the 1st All Pakistan Women's Conference.
The informed and intelligent participation of the women of Pakistan in the growth and development of their country; advancement of the welfare of Pakistani women through the improvement of their legal, political, social and economic status; promotion of educational and cultural programmes and policies all over the country; the health and well-being of the people of Pakistan in the home and in the community; promotion of international goodwill and the brotherhood of mankind.
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Conference (every 3 years); Governing Body (annual), consisting of delegates from each provincial branch. Executive Committee.
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