Access to justice is a luxury for Pakistani people, lack of awareness on rights, slow dispensation of justice, corrupt practices among justice providers, inadequate provision of legal aid services both within the private and public sectors and costly legal counseling bar communities to access justice services. Our project aims to address this situation in selected 60 Union Councils of four tehsils of two districts (Multan and Rajanpur) of South of Punjab. Approach of the project is based on KAP techniques to improve Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices for sustainable results with civic education on fundamental citizens’ rights in the context of social, political and human rights. The project targets key state institutions relevant to project outcomes by bridging the existing gap between citizens, government and elected representatives. We also provide legal aid and paralegal aid services to citizens, including women, juveniles, minorities and prisoners. The project is being funded by DAI.