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Zia ur Rehman, born in Quetta in 1969, is a mathematician turned social & human rights activist since his young age when he founded, AwazCDS-Pakistan in 1995. He won the global partnership scholarship in 1996 and studied Leadership & Management at Centre for Development Management, BRAC Bangladesh and School for International Training (SIT), Vermont USA with a specialization on strategic planning, management & development.

He also won the scholarship from Canadian International Development Agency to study Social Enterprise Development with a specialization on Managing Peoples’ Organizations from Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS). He works for the socio-economic development and political empowerment of young people and women. He is well known as development advocate and lobbyist, civil and political rights activist, writer and poet in the development sector especially in Asia and around the globe. He has conceived and conducted many studies on women, girls and young peoples’ rights in Pakistanhttp://awazcds.org.pk/category/publications/research-studies/

He has also served as board member of Punjab Government’s Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW) during 2014-18. He has carried out the citizens’ led monitoring mechanism to report on Voluntary National Review of SDGs in Pakistan, for the facilitation of Planning Commission of Pakistan http://pda.net.pk/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Citizens-Voices-Report-2019.pdf. His work on sustainable development is not only recognized by concerned stakeholders including governments & parliamentarians at national level but also at regional and global level particularly United Nations. He was nominated and remained one of the finalists for Nelson Mandela Graca Michael Innovation Awards 2016 against his struggles for youth engagement in democratic process and restoration of local governance in Pakistan. He also led the Leave No One Behind Campaign for the implementation of SDGs in Pakistan, the campaign was among the finalists of SDG Actions Award in 2018. He has represented Pakistan and spoken on behalf Pakistani and Asian/ Global CSOs many times at various local, national, regional and global conferences including UN Commissions and High Level Political Forums http://awazcds.org.pk/pakistan-csos-statement-on-vnr-mzr-review/
Currently he is serving as Global Steering Committee member of Transparency, Accountability and Partnerships –TAP Network, Global Council member of Global Call to Action against Poverty (GCAP), Asia Development Alliance (ADA) and Facilitation Group member of Action 4 Sustainable Development (A4SD).

For Reference and updates please follow the links to have more information about his work

Awaz Foundation Pakistan: Centre for Development Serviceswww.awazcds.org.pk
National Chair-PDA- Pakistan Development Alliance | www.pda.net.pk
Member Global Council-GCAP- Global Call to Action against Poverty| www.gcap.global
Member Global Facilitation Group- A4SD-Action for Sustainable Goals | www.action4sd.org
Member Global Steering Committee–TAP- Transparency Accountability Partnership | www.tapnetwork2030.org
Steering Committee Member-ADA- Asia Development Alliance| http://ada2030.org/
Ex -Board Member-PCSW- Punjab Commission on Status of Women | www.pcsw.punjab.gov.pk

For Contact,

Ph # +92-51-2305234, 2305235| Mobile & WhatsApp: +92-3006301215
Email Id: zia@awazcds.org.pk | Skype: mzia-ur-rehman
Twitter: @MZRAWAZ, Instagram |mohammad_ziaurrehman
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Mohammad.ziaurrehman.1
Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/muhammad-zia-ur-rehman-2b57a716?lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_profile_view_base_contact_details%3
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p2Marium is a Campaign Manager in Awaz Foundation Pakistan and has an experience of around 7 years in sector. She is an advocate for the rights of women, person with special abilities, transgender community, young people’s including education and reproductive health. Awaz  works with vulnerable groups for creating rightful spaces and choices of life.

As an advocate, Marium has worked to promote awareness on curtailing discriminatory practices in communities and doing policy advocacy for bringing constructive changes in current policies like for early age marriages, domestic violence and endorsement of girls’/women empowerment with equality. She is a vigilant advocate for girls right to quality secondary education, she is an advocate to increase government spending on girls’ education through meetings with policy-makers, parliamentarians, media outreach and community support. She is also a National Focal Person for Pakistan Development Alliance to work together with 100+ civil society organizations for making SDGs a reality in country.

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Ms. Huma Aziz is associated with the Development Sector from last 9 years and currently performing her responsibilities in AwazCDS Pakistan as Manager Monitoring Evaluation Accountability Learning & Human Resource and Institutional Development. She is also Focal Point of Pakistan Development Alliance National Secreteriate. Ms. Huma Aziz is associated with AwazCDS since 2012 and she has served under different capacities in the management of the programs.

During her employment career with the organization, she has been managing different Projects on women and youth health rights with special focus on their reproductive health rights.  She has experience of project reporting, financial management, conducting sensitization sessions with students and communities on early age marriages, gender based violence. She has also expertise in designing community and media campaigns, conducting teachers training on Life Skills Based Education and HIV/AIDS, developing IEC material, trainings of CSOs and Citizens on Counter Violent extremisms, engagement of youth groups and youth networks, volunteer management, building linkages with partner organizations, line Departments and policy makers.

In her recent role as Manager MEAL & HID, she is responsible to support multi-functional team and develop, recommend and monitor program’s implementation. She also contributes in the development of monitoring tools, frameworks and due diligence and performance assessment process of the partners. She facilitates the evaluation and monitoring mechanism of the project/program in accordance with the requirement of organization. She also contributes in the development of survey questionnaires and methodologies related to the SDGs campaigns of the organization. She also assist management in the due diligence process of the organizations by externals or donors. She works in close coordination with finance unit and provides required assistance in the external audit process.

She is also managing the Human Resource section of the organization where she is managing all the recruitment process of staff, consultants and other HR related matters.

As a focal point of Pakistan Development Alliance, she manages the interventions and campaigns related to the SDGs, remains in close coordination with Pakistan Development Alliance members. She is managing the Alliance by inviting new partners for the membership, engaging members as per their expertise, organizing their meetings and sharing the relevant updates and information to keep all members engaged in the Alliance.

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p4Sayed Saghir Hussain Bukhari, is a well-known educationalist, social worker and philanthropist of the District Muzaffarabad. So far his entire life revolves around helping and caring for the vulnerable and marginalized individuals and communities to cope with challenges in their lives, such as providing them with vocational trainings, establishing the community model schools and handling the natural disasters.

Being the president and CEO of Area Development Organization, to his credit lies the honor of mobilizing and organizing 220 male and female groups in the form of Community Organizations and providing vocational trainings to 1215 men and women in the remote areas of Kaimnaja, Hattian Dupatta and Langur Pura Union Councils of District Muzaffarabad AJK.

In addition to that he completed several infrastructure schemes, renewable energy projects (solar), micro-finance and livelihood programs and played a very active and dynamic role during the relief and rehabilitation activities in District Muzaffarabad, both during the 2005 Earthquake and 2010 flood.

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Mr. Raja Iftikhar Ahmed Khan is the Head of Program with Area Development Organization (ADO). He is truly a social icon in his community who has been actively and passionately working in the development sector for last 20 years.

With his good networking /linkages and exposure both at National and International level, he was successfully able to attract local and international funding for his community in particular and for District  Muzaffarabad in general in the areas of  disaster, rehabilitation, micro-finance and civil works (roads and streets). He has excellent working exposure with donors at every level such as Government, INGOs and local Organizations. At his disposal, he has the successful completion of numerous projects where he delivered remarkable performance and achieved great results as Project Manager. His efforts were always cherished and admired both at the community level and District level. Now he has established himself as a well-known social personality on the horizon of AJK development sector.
Besides being the co-founder and head of ADO, his current positions include the Chairperson of National Humanitarian Network AJK Chapter/ Pakistan Development Alliance AJK Chapter. He has a great exposure at AJK level in emergency responses, namely; Earthquake of October 2005, Flood of 2010/11, during many local disasters. Currently he is playing a very active and dynamic role to keep the local community well aware of up-to-date developments of the current global pandemic, i.e. COVID-19.

Over the years, Mr. Iftikhar has conducted numerous seminars, trainings and workshops in the areas of Disaster Management, Relief & Rehabilitation Programs, Gender equality, Micro-finance etc. He has also given various interviews as a successful project manager and a distinguished social worker to the several newspapers. His also a great and highly sought after resource person and training facilitator both at local and AJK level.
Mr. Iftikhar graduated from University of AJK, Muzaffarabad and also received his Master’s degree in Political Science from the same institution.

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Mr. Pervez Iqbal is a senior and experienced social figure of Balochistan with Twenty Eight (28) years of experience in Development/Humanitarian sector in leadership and managerial domain. Mr. Pervez Iqbal expertise in establishing and nurturing national level organizations for the people of Balochistan (WESS is an example).

His expertise also includes formulation of Strategic Planning, inputs in development of policies and procedures on Disaster Risk Management-DRM, livelihood, Balochistan Youth Policy, Risk Management System and mobilizing policies/strategies, Balochistan integrated water resource management policy and Pakistan National Water policy.

Mr. Pervez Iqbal is also at-home in programme development and resource mobilization in development and humanitarian sector. Mr. Pervez Iqbal has secured 90 projects for the organization in different thematic areas. Mr. Pervez Iqbal has also expertise in formulation of monitoring policy at organizational level by ensuring the implementation and given directives in system, monitoring plans and indicator/process monitoring.
Formulation of risk management system for programmes/compliances, inputs to design and implementation through Knowledge Management System for enhanced learning and sharing are main traits. He has also formulated Accountability Strategy across organization’s programmes and operations.
Mr. Pervez Iqbal has developed strong links for his organization with line departments and affiliations with different network. He is also founder of a prominent network i.e. Balochistan Development Network of 22 organizations of the province. This network has mobilized social sector resources through allocation of funds in provincial PSDP.
In his Leadership role, contributed significantly in program/project developed and implementation process and direction towards different thematic area i.e. education, health, livelihood security, emergency and recovery, local government system, emergency/relief/recovery and micro-enterprise.
Mr. Pervez Iqbal is good writer and researcher with development of different research papers and articles on Child labor in Balochistan, Social Mobilization strategies in Balochistan’s perspective and urbanization trends and its challenges. Mr. Pervez Iqbal has enough exposure of around 25 countries of the world, eventually contributing to development sector of Balochistan Province.

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Mr. Amanullah has vast experience of 15 years in NGO sector. Implemented different development and humanitarian projects in Balochistan (Pakistan) in capacity of Senior Manager. Mr. Amanullah possess a good deal of experience in program development and M&E.

Being a M&E/Prog. Development Person He has experience of developing M&E policy/strategy/plans at organization and projects level. He is expert in baselines, mid-term review, impact assessments, project evaluations and research. Developed and wrote proposals for different sectors including Health, Education, WASH, IWRM, Community Development, Livelihood and Environment among others. Being a M&E person conducted and arranged trainings for staff on advance MER Techniques. Experience of conducting research/mapping exercise with all the stakeholders of Balochistan on SDGs status and VNR. Mr. Amanullah possess an excellent project design and proposal writing skills in different sectors. Proven record of fund raising and donor interaction with different prominent donors. Regular monitoring of donor websites and identify and inform donor opportunities matching the work of the organization. Maintain a website and regularly update it with information about organization’s work. He has been developing annual reports, IEC material, living documents, publications on legislative governance/child protection issues/research on working children issues/ Hg emission and its impact are main contribution in development sector.

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Working as a Women right activist and Development manager. Started her career as free-lance journalist (writing on women, youth and political issues) and High school teacher in Lahore American School. Joined Development sector in 2001 and since then is actively involved in advocacy and implementation of pro women legislation.

She is currently working in HomeNet Pakistan as Executive Director and looking after the network all over Pakistan. She is also an Ex  Member of the Punjab Commission on the status of women (PCSW) and also represent Pakistan at HomeNet south Asia.

Predominantly working across Pakistan for women in informal economy specifically home based, domestic sector and informal workers; she is explicitly engaged in Regional , national and provincial advocacy , education and development of  the membership based organizations, strengthening the capacities of women in informal economy; economic empowerment , Sustainable development goals , pro women and labour legislation , leadership development and enterprise and business  development for creating voice and visibility of the invisible work force.

In 2012 she was honored by The International Alliance for Women “TIAW World of Difference 2012” award in recognition of her contribution for the informal sector workers. In 2016 she was awarded the global   “women economic empowerment and leadership award 2016 by Oxfam”.

Ume Laila is a cross sectoral gender and labour inclusion expert and policy researcher with about 20 years of experience in the development sector. She has worked extensively  on developing gender strategies for inclusion of informal economy women into the main stream labour dynamics , extensively involved in the research based policy advocacy, lobbying strategies , evaluating development projects , conducting social audits , programmatic due diligence , designing education and training programmes for national, international NGOs and alliances and development of implementation of frameworks for government .Directly involved in reviewing laws and policies specifically pertaining to women and labour .

Closely working with government departments of labour and human resource, women development and planning and development across Pakistan; is also involved in developing frameworks for the women related laws ensuring their implementation.

Honorary  Member : 

  • EX-Member Provincial Commission on the Status of women (Punjab)
  • Member HomeNet South Asia Advisory Board (South Asia)
  • Member Punjab Social Protection Authority steering committee
  • Member steering committee Women Economic Empowerment committee, P & D
  • Member steering committee Data collection of HBWs Provincial bureau of statistics Punjab
  • Member Pakistan Advisory Council on Gender Equality and Women’s Labor Force Participation; World Bank
  • Group member Technical committee of UN HLP-Report Pakistan
  • Senior Advisor in Mapping for Policy (Pakistan, South Asia) Team headed by The Urban Institute along with Information Technology University Data Science Lab in Pakistan
  • Member FPCCI Steering committee on “Women Economic reforms”.
  • Member Punjab Provincial Vigilance Committee.
  • Member Punjab Task force on DW law implementation.
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Working as Program Officer in Home Net Pakistan since 6 Years. Her contribution towards the development sector always proved to be effective, efficient and result oriented. As a worker belongs to the middle class background worked day and night for the rights of Homebased workers and domestic workers and their training. Her carrier consists full of struggle in the development sector.

She has a very good communication skills and ability to convince through solid reasons and justifications. Her expertise are in advocacy and networking, counseling, report writing and trainings to the Homebased and domestic workers.

During the last 2 years she proved herself as an asset for the organization through her operational ways for the completion of projects.

Main Contributions towards meeting the goals of Projects

  • Making and implementing the strategies
  • Management of new development programs
  • Project planning technical assistance to the colleagues and subordinates
  • Coordinates and carryout all the logistics for meetings, trainings, events and relevant activities.
  • Follow ups with community groups, leaders and other stakeholders.
  • Attend and participate in policy forums, committees, community meetings and public events.
  • Maintaining of working relationship with fellow team members.
  • Report writing
  • Majority of a time spent in community while performing the duties for the accomplishment of goals.
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Muhammad Tahir Iqbal Malik is a prominent Human Rights and Legal Aid Advocate. He has done LLM in social legislation from Karachi University. He has developed policy papers in the field of strengthening the rule of law, improving criminal justice system, and legal aid, women and children rights in Pakistan.

He has also developed training manuals and capacity building resources for women legal-socio-economic empowerment, women lawyers, judiciary, prosecution and police. He is devoted for the promotion and protection of women, children, minorities, transgender and person with disabilities rights. He is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Legal Rights Forum since June 1, 2007. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including Human Rights Activist Award from Govt. of Pakistan which recognizes those who have made extraordinary contributions to the cause of human rights, rule of law and good governance. He has also working experience as a consultant with UNODC, UNOPS, UNDP, Federal Ministry of Human Rights Sindh Region, and Law Justice & Commission of Pakistan, Bar Councils, Bar Associations, District Courts, Sindh Human Rights Commission, Law Department, Social Welfare Department, Labour Department, Police Department, Prosecution Department, and Women Development Department. He has won competition Justice Makers Fellow Ship 2008 of International Bridges to Justice Geneva Switzerland.

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Muhammad Anis Danish has been involved in the social development sector since 1987. He is a development professional engaged in capacity building of civil society organizations, research, project proposal writing, monitoring and evaluation and conducts interactive sessions on contemporary issues faced by development practitioners.

He has contributed in socio economic and prosperity of the low income communities including rural development, organizational development, i.e., governance in nonprofits, board development, strategic planning, policy development and enhancement of organizations’’ performance. Since, he has experience working with donor/support organizations therefore he developed strong network in all over Pakistan that is considered one of his strengthens. Further he has good communication and motivation skills which are prerequisites for team building and leadership.Mr Danish has diversified experience working with Corporate sector and government as consultant; recently he provided consultancy services to DAI for material development, planning and implementation of training to the ministerial staff of Election Commission of Pakistan.
Capacity Building of Social Welfare Officers – Sindh; a two-day training workshop designed and delivered on project proposal writing with sensitization issues of elderly people while developing schemes and projects. It also included training material development and workshop report with evaluation/analysis. This assignment was supported by HelpAge International.
In corporate sector he has been engaged as consultant for Social Impact Assessment and Socioeconomic study for the Dawood Foundation; Magnifi Science Center in Karachi by TEKCELLENT (Private) Limited.
Consultant for Visionary Foundation; mentoring and facilitating youth groups and Social Action Plans for the community development that address resilience and violence extremism. Developed Training Manual for Capacity Building of CBOs/Mohallah Committees to address Counter Violent Extremism and conducted three-day training for community members.

Capacity Building of Community Based Organizations: Under the project “Capacity Building of Civil Society Organizations”, implemented by Legal Rights Forum, he identified gaps for institutional development in the context of registration and structure with government in existing legal framework.
Consultant for Capacity Building: Council of Pakistan Newspaper Editors (CPNE) for “Access to Information” funded by Deutsch Welle for capacity building media staff and research for unified code of conduct, developed training manuals and check lists on physical, digital, personal safety and code of ethics for Journalists working in conflict zone. Further he also compiled booklet “Safety Guidebook for Journalists and Media Persons” and Unified Code of Conducts for Media Persons and Institutions.
He as independent consultant developed project proposal and monitoring tools for Daily Awami Awaz’s project “Impact of Print Media on Society – Writing Can Influence” supported by Internews.
Previously, he worked as Program Officer CSOs Capacity Building at Assessment and Strengthening Program implemented by Associates in Development (ASP-AiD). At ASP-AiD, he is responsible to develop and maintain strong relationships with stakeholders– including individuals and institutions and contribute to the development of various reports as and when required by the USAID and/or ASP management.
He also worked for Muslim Aid UK as Provincial Coordinator – Sindh for one year, where he led the team for project implementation and conducted social economic studies in Sindh and Balochistan. He joined Civil Society Resource Center (CSRC/NGORC) A project of Aga Khan Foundation in May 2001 where he was responsible to implement HUM QADAM Project (for capacity building of CSOs) in Pakistan which is comprised of Karachi, Badin, Gwadar, Lahore, Rawalpindi, Chitral and Ghanche.
In 2012 he conducted research on Civil Society Organizations’ Sustainability Index, supported by AKF USA and technically assisted by MSI. Through this project number of CSOs invited and discussed, rated sustainability of CSOs following by seven dimensions. Recently the team formed again for CSOSI conducted this study for the year 2012. He also liaisons with civil society organizations, organizes issue-based discussion forums, he conducts diagnostic surveys for capacity building for the organization.
Earlier he worked as Program Officer at Trust for Voluntary Organizations. He worked with Urban Resource Center (URC) as Assistant Coordinator. He has worked with Raasta Development Consultant and in Orangi Pilot Project (OPP).
He holds Master’s Degree in Sociology from University of Sindh. He has participated in various professional development programs. He attended training in Jordon organized by MSI for developing sustainability index. He attended number of workshops on Leadership & NGO Excellence, Strategic Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, Gender Analysis of Civil Society etc. for his professional development organized by well reputed and professional organizations.
He compiled booklets on Safety Guidebook for journalists and editors and Governance for Non Profit and wrote articles on projects managements for NGORC Journals. He is Executive Council Member of Urban Resource Center. He had been the Focal person of Karachi Chapter of Human Resource Development Network (HRDN). He is executive member of Health And Nutrition Development Society (HANDS). He is Honorary Finance Secretary of Women’s Development Foundation Pakistan (WDFP).
He was awarded Performance Award for the year 2005 in NGORC which is the project of Aga Khan Foundation. His outstanding contribution was recognized by Lyari Community Development Project therefore he was given recognition shield. HANDS also recognized his efforts and awarded him an appreciation shield.

Contact Details: 0334-3278910; and m.anis.danish@gmail.com     

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Rubina Massey qualified Lady Health Visitor and BA Political Science. She has been working in the Development Sector for the last 27 years. Rubina Massey is the Executive Director of Integrated Community Development Initiative (ICDI). She is a trainer, researcher, an advisor and founder of several bodies working on Health, Development & on women rights, improved governance, gender equality and peace.

As member of the civil society, she is an expert in the field(s) of Primary, Sexual & Reproductive Health, Maternal & Child Health Care, (MNCH), Gender, Women Rights & violence against women (GBV , Adolescent Health Life Skills Based Education, Community mobilization /Organization, Human Resource Development with focused approach to need based behavior change and Advocacy & networking.
As an active member of the civil society, Rubina is member of different clusters i.e. Gender Task Force (GTF), Health and Nutrition, EVAW/G Alliance KP & FATA, Government Citizen Forum (GCF), AAWAZ National & Provincial Network member
Ms. Massey is a member of the Government Citizen Forum established by UK aid’s security and justice program in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, (Aitebaar). The forum members’ include citizen representatives of the various segments of society as well as high-ranking officers from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Home and Tribal Affairs and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police. People Commission for minority Rights (PCNR). Rubina is member of KP Commission on the status of women.  (KPCSW) She is also the member of Lissial Wal- Mahroom.
Currently Rubina is working to support and uplift Integrated Community Development Initiative (ICDI) as Executive Director, with a vision to Empower women and youth, without any discrimination to caste and creed to promote human rights and to improve quality of life on sustainable grounds.
Rubina focusing to facilitate both the majority and minority communities as in recent intervations of ICDI, after the flood in the region, Rubina along with team has provided services in terms of the relief and rehabilitation to the vulnerable and marginalized communities, who are badly affected by the Natural or Manmade disasters

International travelling:
Nepal: Three days project evaluation report presentation for “Women Empowerment Project” supported by Isis.WICCE, in April 2013.

Uganda East Africa: Isis.WICCE ran the 2011/12 International Exchange Program Institute on the theme ‘Strengthening Women’s Potential in Leadership and Peace Building’. The First Phase of the Institute (residential) took place in Uganda, East Africa, from November 11 to December 01 2011 and subsequently in July 2012.
Georgia:  Three -day’s workshop in Tbilisi Georgia with Security colleagues, as well as European experts for sharing best practices and experience on methodology for development of 1325 NAP indicators. July 20-23, 2011.

Bangladesh: Exposure visit to Grameen Bank’s WASH and Enterprises projects. 1989.

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Shehriyar Ahmed is a student of Department of Gender Studies, University of Peshawar, currently in BS last semester working on his thesis.

He worked as a volunteer with different organization. Such as worked as Volunteer for 13 months with Pakistan Development Foundation formerly (The Triumphant Organization) Peshawar based NGO.

He worked as a volunteer with Election Commission of Pakistan to promote female voter registration and casting of vote in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Further he is a member of JZT Pakistan (Jihad for Zero Thalassemia) from the last 2 years and working as a volunteer. JZT is a NGO working for thalassemia patients and spread awareness about thalassemia in different areas of Pakistan. Recently complete a 5 days online internship with JZT Pakistan.

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Ejaz Ahmed Khan is a Common wealth Professional fellow and PANOS South Asia media fellow, is a development communication processional having a broad understanding of diversify nature of experience in media education. development communication, Behavior change Communion, disaster risk reduction, conflict resolution, peace building, youth development and Social Change.

A motivated and dynamic person having 20 years experience in social development sector with reputed national /international development organizations. Participated in number of International conferences and seminars and presented research papers, also contributing articles and reports to print media on social issues. Contributing as founding director of punishing extension network to promote local voices in development sector in Gilgit-Baltistan trough advocacy, information and knowledge management to promote sustainable human development.

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Affiliated with Publishing Extension Network-PEN as board member, and focal person for trainings & capacity building, also performing responsibility as principal PEN Academy, Gilgit. Delivering trainings on office management, admin & financial management, and computer literacy.

A confident, multi-skilled and have a professional knowledge of finance & accounting procedures. Blessed with Strong analytical & problem solving skills & be able to provide financial information to all areas of the business whilst ensuring that all management information is accurate. Have a thorough experience of working in ERP environment and successfully implemented/put into operation AP/Payment/Fixed Asset/Payroll modules. Having a proven ability to drive out inefficiencies through process improvement as well as assist in the maintenance & development of financial systems and accounting procedures.
Looking for a challenging accountancy position that may render an opportunity to put my skills and experience for the benefit of the organization and furtherance of my horizon.    Work ExperienceSupporting the business by assisting to produce accurate financial and management accounting information on which financial decisions are based. Also involved in compiling financial reports and analyses, whilst working to strict deadlines. Key Skills and Competencies

  • Well acquainted with the accounting softwares: QuickBooks, Peachtree, FoxPro, EnergyPro, Texpro Oracle.
  • Proficient in MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, spreadsheet
  • Good all round Financial Accounting Knowledge.
  • Knowledge of Accounts Payable & Receivable processes and procedures.

 PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION                            

ICMA-Part Qualified
MBA
MA Economics
PERSONAL DETAILS

Email: tayyab_fahim@hotmail.com
Near Lalik Jan stadium
Gilgit
Cell No: 92-300-500-50-68
Phone No: 92-5811-455040
CNIC-37405-0531574-1

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