ISLAMABAD - Federal Minister for Women Development Sherry Rehman, while reviewing the performance of the ministry on Saturday at a meeting, announced a five-point programme named after Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto to be launched.   In the programme, the government will move the long overdue Domestic Violence Bill in the Parliament and all government land allotment will be done in the name of the woman of the house, she informed. The number of crisis centres for women will be increased from 25 to 55 and women's quota in the public service will be increased to 20 percent. Female prisoners across the country would be housed in separate quarters and looked after by female staff. Giving details of the five-point programme, the minister said long overdue Domestic Violence Bill needs to be moved in the parliament as it has already been sent to the cabinet division for opinions of the divisions and departments concerned. All government land allotment, for lease or home sites, will be made in the name of woman of the house. This will be an important step towards the empowerment of women, as a large section of women remain deprived of ownership rights. There will be a review of the administrative and monitoring mechanism of the crisis centres. The government is committed to setting up a women crisis centre in every district of the country, the minister added. Rehman said that women's participation in the public bodies would be increased to 20 percent from 10 percent, on merit, as a part of the Affirmative Action Job Quota for women in public service. It merits a mention here that it was Benazir Bhutto's government that initiated a 10 percent Affirmative Action Job Quota for women in public services. The minister ordered the ministry to immediately hold a conference of stakeholders to involve civil society organisations, women bodies and other stakeholders in the process of legislation. "Civil society has done commendable work for the cause of women in Pakistan. The government appreciates the efforts of all those organisations and individuals who have worked for the amelioration of women and we will make them our partners in all initiatives for women", she added.