Key Findings

Insights into men and gender equality

At least 28%

of Married 23 % of Unmarried young Men have highly equitble attitudes in Pakistan

According to findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey – PAKISTAN. Read more here: pakimages.org

* Nationally representative.


At least 50%

According to the IMAGES Finding More educted men who have higher socio econimic status shows more gender equitabel attitudes.

According to findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey – PAKISTAN. Read more here: pakimages.org

* Nationally representative.


At least 76%

of men in Pakistan think a woman should tolerate violence to keep the family together.

According to findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey – PAKISTAN. Read more here: pakimages.org

* Nationally representative.


At least 78%

of men think that with high qualifications women can be a good political leaders

According to findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey – PAKISTAN. Read more here: pakimages.org

* Nationally representative.


At least 90%

'of Men in Pakistan recognise that forced, child and exchange marriages are harmful for women and girls'

According to findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey – PAKISTAN. Read more here: pakimages.org

* Nationally representative.


At least 42%

of Men are in favour of more pro women laws in Pakistan

According to findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey – PAKISTAN. Read more here: pakimages.org

* Nationally representative.


At least 73%

of Men think that women and men should jointly decided about the use of contraceptive.

According to findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey – PAKISTAN. Read more here: pakimages.org

* Nationally representative.


At least 83%

of married men and 77% of married women are 26–49 years old, while 78% of unmarried men are younger (18-25 years).

According to findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey – PAKISTAN. Read more here: pakimages.org

* Nationally representative.


At least 80%

of respondents report sons had more leisure time than daughters in their childhood homes, 79% of men report they performed at least one household chore

According to findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey – PAKISTAN. Read more here: pakimages.org

* Nationally representative.


More than half of the women have no schooling and 60% of married men report their wives have never attended school, while 72% of married and 88% of unmarried men have some education; more unmarried men are educated to higher levels.

According to findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey – PAKISTAN. Read more here: pakimages.org

* Nationally representative.


At least 38%

of More educated men who have higher socio -economic status shows more gender equitable attitudes.

According to findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey – PAKISTAN. Read more here: pakimages.org

* Nationally representative.


At least 78%

of men think that women with higher qualifications can be a good political leaders

According to findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey – PAKISTAN. Read more here: pakimages.org

* Nationally representative.


At least 90%

of Men in Pakistan recognize that child marriage is harmful for girls and women. High proportion of men and women recognize that the traditional practices, such as forced, exchange and compensation marriages are harmful to women and girls.

According to findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey – PAKISTAN. Read more here: pakimages.org

* Nationally representative.


At least 95%

of Men think that women and men should jointly decide about the use of contraceptive

According to findings from the International Men and Gender Equality Survey – PAKISTAN. Read more here: pakimages.org

* Nationally representative.