Yearly Archives: 2017


KHOR and Qabailee Khor are in solidarity with our Youth Jirga and applaud the efforts of Arshad Afridi and his team. Abolish oppressive FCR, free tribal people from informal judicial structure of Riwaj and integrate the war ravaged and underdeveloped periphery with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. We are already integrated in Khyber […]

KHOR Signing A Petition


Since 2013, KHOR worked in the communities individually and with a group of friends. Our humble endeavours in the form of assisting bomb blast victims, internally displaced people and victims of domestic violence in North West forced us to form a sub office for Pakhtun women. Behind our humble effort […]

KHOR Office



Qabailee Khor under the umbrella of KHOR organization had a successful press conference. Our Press Release Statement was: A protest press conference arranged by “KHOR” Organization with “Qabailee Khor” network of tribal women of FATA. In the protest, cabinet of Qabailee Khor and its members were present. They demanded that: […]

KHOR in solidarity with Qabailee Khor








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The co- founder KHOR, Ms. Shahida Shah was invited to a summer camp, arranged by the Diocese of Peshawar, Church of Pakistan to give a session on Patriarchy,  Lacunas in Judicial System and  Survival of Christian Women. The summer camp was  stationed at the branch of Diocese of Peshawar in […]

Minority Khor Surviving Patriacrchy 



Poem of the month by Nazrana Ghaffar Yousafzai  مسافرې ښځې اکثر ټپې اورمه چې یادوي، هلکان مسافرۍ کې ځوانان د کلي یخ بادونه د باغ خندانه گلان غوټۍ غوټۍ یادونه د سیند په غاړه ماښام خپل بنډارونه ژاړي د بی غمۍ ورځې شپې ډک وو جامونه. ژاړي زما خپل ځان […]

Poem of the Month (Khor Ghag Magazine) 


Pakhtun Women are performing several roles such as home management, taking part in agricultural activities and also actively supporting families through handicrafts. Due to her never ending responsibilities, she has no time and opportunity to promote her skills, knowledge, literary acumen, art and poetry. Although, there is a huge unwritten […]

Khor Ghag (Magazine)