Dr. Sania Nishtar, launched the first Woman in Global Health (WGH) chapter in South Asia is an inauguration ceremony at the federal capital. During the launch she stated that woman are 70 percent of global health workforce but they hold only 25 percent of senior and leadership roles. The percentage is even less in Pakistan and there is a recognized need for introducing gender sensitive workplace policies for attracting and retaining female health workplace in the labor market. Further, Dr. Nishtar revealed that out of the 103 million women in Pakistan, nearly 60 million are in an economically productive age. However, the percentage of women in the labor workforce in only 22.54%. “We are introducing a number of initiatives under the “Ehsaas” Program that are aimed at promoting gender mainstreaming and empowering women,” she stated.