Basic human rights are denied to women in Pakistan's tribal areas.

Women in FATA are living in a situation that is impoverished by family traditions and surviving generational curses . The region is governed by the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) department .

Peshawar (Pakistan), May 14: According to a media release, women from the tribal areas of Pakistan, which were formerly governed by the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) department, are living in a situation that is impoverished by family traditions and surviving generational curses, and, even after its merger with the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, the conditions are still the same, according to the article.Given the prevalence of the jirga language and the elders of the tribe's decisions, no law or regulation of the region was adopted in FATA over the years.According to the survey, the ancient tradition upheld oppressive practices, weakening women's Islamic and social status in the world's affairs.In FATA, the dowry is not allowed, and women are forbidden from owning the property.

Since the Taliban period, the majority of FATA's schools were never rebuilt due to a lack of funds and government oversight.Literacy rates in FATA are the nation's lowest rate.The overall literacy rate in FATA is 19.9 percent, with boys at 34.2 percent and girls at 5.75 percent, which is below average.The health system of the province needs to be improved by providing basic health services to the people, particularly women who are dependent on men for survival.

According to the report, it is high time that the people of FATA, particularly its women, are included in Pakistan's mainstream society, giving them equal rights and sources of equal development.