Fatima Haroon, 26, gets ready for Friday afternoon prayers at her home in Lahore, Pakistan. She wraps a patterned scarf around her head and kneels as the call to prayer echoes through her working-class neighborhood. When she finishes praying, she quickly pulls off the scarf and starts talking about her family, marriage and children.
Fatima is often exhausted raising her 10-month-old son and a three-month-old niece who has been left in her care. Now she is pregnant again. And she is frustrated.