Women as a major constituent of a human society need incentives for gender equality and social stability
within a community. As a democratic country, Pakistan is experiencing more gender inequalities that lead
women to take institutional shelter for security. The research subject is family issues that lead to Darul-Amaan
Research locale case study of institutional refuge in Rawalpindi Pakistan. In order to conduct this analysis,
twenty respondents who live in Darul-Amaan were chosen and examined. The goal of the study is, first of all, to
find out why women leave their homes. Secondly, work into the installations Darul Amaan is giving women a
chance to protect themselves. Researcher used a methodological theoretical approach to address the issue
of intensifying purposeful sampling methodology here. The result indicates that family problems such as
unethical conduct by children, sexual harassment, lack of women rights are the factors that lead to the
escape from the home.
1-Kainat Majeed Student, Department of Anthropology, Fatima Jinnah women university, Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan.
Darul-Amaan, Divorce, Family, Social Issues, social problem, Security.