A decade long experience in field operations management, administration, supply chain, team & capacity building, strategic planning, KPIs setting and tracking and business development in the areas of public health, girls’ education, access to justice, community development, research and poverty alleviation.
Promoted as divisional head of operation upon successful completion of survey process at Khanewal district.
Managed a team of 400 Enumerators, 40 Supervisors and 4 Area Coordinators and conducted interviews of 119000 Households in Multan District so far.
Established state of the art liaison with political leadership and district government of Multan and ensured maximum participation of all stakeholders in survey process.
Coordinated with a broader network of multilateral stakeholders which includes districts and divisional level government’s authorities & institutions, elected representatives and community organization.
Hired a team of 4 area coordinator, 23 supervisors and 250 data collectors after proper identification and scrutiny in order to conduct country’s largest CAPI bases data collection exercise at district level.
Conducted training of all hired professionals, planned and managed field activities for all four tehsils of district and conducted interviews of 196700 households so far.
Trained 145 field monitors in order to equip them with monitoring methodologies for monitoring of survey processes including social mobilization, listing and enumeration.
Hired a suitable team of 100 Field Monitors for three districts of Sahiwal division.
Built liaison with divisional and district level governmental institutions for proper execution of project activities and ensured their maximum involvement in project activities.
Ensured compliance to terms of reference as per agreed project scope in order to help organization in achievement of desired goals at each step of the assignment.
Managed operations of 04 health care centers in Sahiwal region and boosted organization’s business in the region. Earned PKR 1,377,099 net revenues and Registered 967 TB patients.
Established liaison with health department and ensured maximum cooperation of the department for program’s activities.
Led Pakistan’s largest fully digitized mass screening campaign in the region and screened thousands of persons for Tuberculosis.
Build capacity of staff with continuous training and mentorship and led a team of 45 including doctors, technicians, phlebotomists, medical reps and camp workers.
Established health centers on self-sustainable model in three districts including Sahiwal, Okara and Pakpattan for diagnostics and treatment of tuberculosis patients.
Carried out baseline mapping in the region and collected data of thousands of health practitioners including chest specialists, general physicians and hakeems.
Built partnerships with 5000 plus health care providers and established greater referral network.
Collaborated with national and provincial TB control program and Global Fund to establish community-based referral and patient treatment system.
Enrolled 208 TB Patients and generated PKR 404,215 net revenues.
Formed Sahiwal Justice Forum, an NGO network consist of 9 right based civil society organizations in Sahiwal, in order to make joint efforts for protection of human rights in Sahiwal district.
Provided free legal aid services to 54 vulnerable and extremely poor clients with majority of women under “Access to Justice for Vulnerable Populations in Pakistan Project” funded by The Asia Foundation.
Provided psychosocial counselling to 429 walk-in clients as well as to 1036 helpline clients with majority of Gender Based Violence (GBV) survivors.
Planned and managed all activities under Youth in Governance project funded by Foreign Commonwealth Office (FCO) and regulated by Development Alternatives Incorporated (DAI).
Conduction of bio matric/electronic elections with an electoral college of 252,000 youth members between age of 15-29 having 50% participation of young girls for formation of a “shadow local body government” in district Multan.
Conducted training of 1,935 elected youth members on civic and political rights.
Led the process of rehabilitation including new construction of 126 flood effected governmental schools in districts of Multan and Muzaffargarh.
Established 7 Early Childhood Development (ECD) centers in Kot Addu Tehsil of District Muzaffargarh.
Conducted subject based trainings, training on annual school planning and training on class room management of 252 teachers, 126 SMC members and 126 student leaders at primary school level.
Formed girls’ clubs and student clubs in 126 primary schools.
Led Pakistan’s largest citizen led educational research campaign ASER at regional level in southern part of Punjab province.
Maintained all sort of IT equipment including Computers, Fax Machine, Networking Hub, Telephone Exchange, Photo Copier, Scanners and Printers.
Chalked out activities for the achievement of MDGs and Shared progress with district government and district education department in collaboration with DPM-E.