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This bus network in Pakistan is empowering women. Here's how

Women now account for about 30% of bus travellers in Peshawar, Pakistan, up from just 2% two years ago. Image: Unsplash/Raza Rasool.

Zofeen T Ebrahim

Freelance Contributor, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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Women travel with children on the new public bus system in Peshawar, Pakistan. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Zofeen T. Ebrahim
Women travel on the new public bus system in Peshawar, Pakistan. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Zofeen T. Ebrahim

A security control room of a new public bus system in Peshawar, Pakistan. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Zofeen T. Ebrahim

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