LRF is working with 25,000 rural women and 30,000 men community members for building their capacity and help them at local level for sustainable development. LRF has trained 5,500 young lawyers (3,500 male, 2,000 female), 1,500 female/male students and 1,200 Govt. Officials. LRF has pursued 6,524 pro-bono cases; conducted 2,400 networking meetings; conducted 05 research studies; organized 85 seminars; conducted 52 trainings workshops and published thousands of posters, pamphlets, leaflets and reports. LRF mobilised and engaged 2000 youth in Sindh through Youth Policy Dialogues on Youth Policy Impact. LRF has sensitised and trained 1,500 children, 100 parents and 85 teachers on child rights, child protection and physical & humiliating punishment (PHP) in Sindh. On the whole, LRF has benefited many thousands community members through above mentioned activities and radio campaigns, posters, theatre programmes, mock court sessions, documentaries, etc.
LRF HR Strength – LRF also nationwide strength through its network of (374) individual pro-bono legal experts including (60) gender sensitized women lawyers, (2) certified mediators, (25) community paralegals experts as gender based violence and minorities rights defenders, (13) development sector professionals, (05) educationists, (03) media experts who are actively working with LRF in more than (50) districts of Pakistan through pro-bono services.
Success in Empowering Women Lawyers – 169 women fresh law graduates got training/internship at LRF and 13 of them become part of judiciary as a judicial magistrate/family court judge/civil judge in Sindh, Punjab and Baluchistan. 05 joined law enforcement agencies and 11 joined the prosecution Department.