The question of identity

Masooma is a community mobilizer at Dareecha, an organization working to raise awareness about, and the prevention of, HIV/AIDS. Photo: UNDP/Jamil Akhtar
Saro Imran is a young transgender activist from Multan who is working on educating and creating livelihood opportunities for transgender community members. She advocates for social rights, HIV/AIDS prevention, and economic empowerment. Photo: UNDP/Jamil Akhtar
Sheela (left) is a community mobilizer at Dareecha, an organization working to raise awareness about and prevention of HIV. Nadia Khan (right) is a paralegal and activist from Swat. Photos: UNDP/Jamil Akhtar

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