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- Digital security trainings for female students, Pakistan + (Pakistan is ranked as the third most dange … Pakistan is ranked as the third most dangerous country in the world for women. Women make half of this country's population but their inclusion and participation in larger socio-economic development processes is hardly visible and still need a huge effort to bring at par with any international standards or best practices. Mostly women in Pakistan are deprived of their basic human rights. The weak implementation of legislation and cultural biases has made them more vulnerable. In addition, women have been traditionally targeted through socio- economic oppression, cultural and religious biases, sexual harassment, lack of opportunities and domestic violence. They have been deprived of education that most importantly results in the lack of opportunities for their social and economic well being. '''The Issue -- Cyber Harassment and Access to ICTs:''' The Internet is an essential tool that provides a way for women to get access to the wider world — the world of networks, communities, health and education information, financial advice and business skills training. It’s a platform for women to seek help where they need it, so helping to redress the gender imbalance and foster the empowerment of women. Pakistani Women can also play an important part in the economic sphere of the country if important steps would have been taken to prevent different forms of harassment which are pervasive in the society. Pakistan is a country which has benefited from the advances in technology. There have been a lot of technological breakthroughs in the past few years which have made it easier for people to get connected. The Internet has been a treasure trove of knowledge and made our lives easier. Unfortunately all good things come with a price. The price is cyber stalking, harassment, blackmailing which is slowly becoming the norm within the country. In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, a second underdeveloped province of Pakistan where honor killing of women is common, four women were killed due to a mobile video which went viral in a village in the area of Kohistan http://tribune.com.pk/story/671386/justice-delayed-in-kohistan/ Even in cities educated families who give access to ICTs to their young girls, restrict the access if they find out that the harassment is happening. Due to the fear of losing access to ICTs, women do not often speak about cyber harassment to their families. Awareness about using secure and safe Internet and ICTs is not common in Pakistan especially among young women and girls.an especially among young women and girls.)