SPEAK Trust was set up on 06, February 2018, registered under Trust Act, 1882 as a non-profit organization. We ensure meaningful Youth Engagement and Gender Equality in all our initiatives and firmly stand against discrimination on the basis of sex, disease, cast, creed, ethnicity, nationality or any other factor.
Address HIV vulnerabilities of Migrants and promote safe migration, public health, gender equality & human rights through mass awareness, service delivery, capacity-building initiatives, research, and advocacy.
An inclusive society eradicating HIV vulnerabilities among Migrants along with promoting safe migration, public health, gender equality and human rights.
SPEAK is the pioneer and the only organization that is addressing HIV vulnerabilities of migrant workers and women and children associated with them. We develop and implement comprehensive development programmes for them in Pakistan and across the Middle East. We also implement programmes on gender equality, that actively engage men as agents of change and empower women to claim their rights. Our Human Rights programmes aim at producing a conducive environment for human rights defenders and creating more defenders so overall protection is increased. Our basic values are pro-Pakistan, motivation and learning, honesty, commitment, expression, leadership, teamwork and gender equality. We never operate against these values and ensure that local culture and context is considered too. Our programmes are guided by passion and our services reach out to the most vulnerable and excluded segments of the society.
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1 – More than 0.5 million migrants are sensitized every year to HIV/AIDS through the inclusion of HIV content in the pre-departure briefings.
2 – Around 225 staff members and doctors of 5 hospitals located in Islamabad and Rawalpindi were sensitized on Ethical and Non-discriminatory Treatment to People Living with HIV (PLHIV)
3 – 400+ staff of INGOs, NGOs and CBOs, trained on HIV, Gender mainstreaming and Engaging men and boys for gender equality.
4 – 700+ common citizens, especially men and boys, trained and sensitized on how to be gender sensitive
5 – 130 million+ reached through TV and Radio programs on HIV/AIDS, labor migrants issues and Covid-19.
6 – 15 million+ people are sensitized through TV programs on Gender Violence & its linkage with Masculinities and the present situation of Women Human Rights Defenders in Pakistan.
7 – 25 Million+ reached on social media platforms for Awareness and Advocacy on Gender Equality, Human Rights and HIV/AIDS Prevention & Response.
8 – Mobilized more than 500 returnee migrants and provided them with free HIV testing, counseling and referral through our field office in Swat.
9 – 60000 brochures were printed and distributed to emigrants prior to their departure through Overseas Employment Promoters.
10 – Around 45000 individuals were provided with HIV awareness through pamphlets during HIV/AIDS outbreak in Larkana, Sindh Pakistan