SRLM is a holistic programme designed for improving rule of law, security and the justice sector in accordance with the recommendations of the Government of Pakistan’s peace and development strategy for Malakand i.e. PCNA and Malakand Strategy 2009. The programme aimed at reforming the justice sector by ensuring “Rule of Law for all” by including grass roots communities in its interventions. SRSP partnered with UNDP in October 2012 to implement the pilot SRLM project in Malakand division). At the conclusion of the project (November, 2013), it had reached 85 union councils in all 7 districts of Malakand Division. Trained paralegals facilitated UNDP-SRLM’s other partners in conducting community level events, legal aid clinics and other events in their communities (in total, 496 events were facilitated). SRSP facilitated the organization of 40 Musalihati Jirgas and persuaded the Local Government to include 2 females in each Jirga and a wide range of activities (360 in total) were conducted in coordination with the Local Government. In addition, 26 review meetings and field visits were organized for the Assistant Director. 6 BCC (Behavior Change Communication) campaigns and 9 community assemblies were held. In total, 2592 people attended sensitization sessions throughout the programme. SRLM is a holistic programme designed for improving rule of law, security and the justice sector in accordance with the recommendations of the Government of Pakistan’s peace and development strategy for Malakand i.e. PCNA and Malakand Strategy 2009. The programme aimed at reforming the justice sector by ensuring “Rule of Law for all” by including grass roots communities in its interventions. SRSP partnered with UNDP in October 2012 to implement the pilot SRLM project in Malakand division). At the conclusion of the project (November, 2013), it had reached 85 union councils in all 7 districts of Malakand Division. Trained paralegals facilitated UNDP-SRLM’s other partners in conducting community level events, legal aid clinics and other events in their communities (in total, 496 events were facilitated). SRSP facilitated the organization of 40 Musalihati Jirgas and persuaded the Local Government to include 2 females in each Jirga and a wide range of activities (360 in total) were conducted in coordination with the Local Government. In addition, 26 review meetings and field visits were organized for the Assistant Director. 6 BCC (Behavior Change Communication) campaigns and 9 community assemblies were held. In total, 2592 people attended sensitization sessions throughout the programme.