Women Parliamentary Caucus


The Women Parliamentary Caucus will hold the annual Khadija Tul Kubra Awards 2021 ceremony on 3rd December 2021. This year we are celebrating the prodigious contributions of women with disabilities in collaboration with the National Assembly and United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

Honorable Asad Qaiser will present the awards to resilient, resourceful women with disabilities whose personal and powerful stories reflect the challenges and tough experience by the millions of people facing discrimination by conflict and recent COVID-19 pandemic.

We need your help to find these incredible women with disabilities. Make a nomination using the form below,

The nomination will be open only for one day. 27 October 2021.

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Women Parliamentary Caucus is gearing up to honour the Prodigious Contribution for Empowerment of Women with Disabilities in Pakistan. Khadija tul Kubra Awards! On 20th MARCH 2018 at Ramada Hotel, Islamabad!

An award with the title of a woman who was the wife of our Prophet (PBUH), whose courage, righteousness, and perfection in all relationships made her a role model for all women, and a successful business woman. The Award recognize and honour the achievements and contributions of Women with Disabilities that provide support, leadership, advocacy, service and education to increase the social, economic and civic participation of women with a disability.

Awardees Picture
Two Awardees Picture


We are looking for women or girls with disabilities who have made impactful, lasting contributions to the empowerment and well-being of women with disabilities during COVID-19 crises. Nominees may be community volunteers or staff with a local, national, or international organization.

The deadline for nominations is, November 20, 2021.

Candidate criteria:

Candidates should be individuals who have developed or implemented successful programs that serve women, children, or youth who are contributing to the empowerment and well-being of women with disabilities during COVID-19 crise

Candidates may live in Pakistan.

Candidates should be comfortable to travel to Islamabad in such short notice

Candidates should be able speaking on camera and have access to the internet, as we will be pre-recording a speech, interview, or moderated conversation.


Fehmina Puri

Fehmina Puri

Project Manager

Pakistan Proverty Alleviation Fund (PPAF)

Dilshad Pari Hayat

Dilshad Pari Hayat

Programme Analyst


Abia Akram

Abia Akram

Chief Executing Officer

National Forum of Women with Disabilities


27 October 2021

Call for Nominee Application

20 November 2021

Application Deadline (Final Deadline)

03 December 2021

Awards Ceremony