The initiative is a welcome move that will help make Pakistan a more prosperous, just, and safer place, say observers.
The government should involve more Pakistanis at the grass roots, according to activists.
The return of peace coincides with an increase in the number of sports and leisure activities.
A bill that has been introduced in the Senate would raise the age of marriage from 16 to 18 years in the Islamabad region.
The final leg of the PSL-4 has boosted the prospects of international cricket in Pakistan, which have long been stunted by terrorism.
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has established five shelter homes under Prime Minister Imran Khan's 100-day plan. They accommodate about 450 homeless.
The Youth Anti-Terrorism Organisation is planning to build apartments for widows facing financial difficulties after losing their primary breadwinners to terrorism.
Government-backed Sweet Home orphanages provide a variety of services to youth who have lost their parents, including housing, food, education and medical treatment.
Authorities are working to protect the marginalised community from violence and persecution.
Renovations of Mughal-era structures in Peshawar have transformed the local scene.