1. Abdul Shakoor Sindhu (Managing Trustee)
Abdul Shakoor Sindhu has been working in the development sector for last two decades. He also extends his consulting services to national and international non-government organizations, and multilateral and bilateral entities. He has on his credit the conception, designing, planning, execution, management, and supervision of more than 50 projects and programs in the diverse fields of: Disaster Risk Management, Adaptation to Climate Change, Environmental Protection, Local Governance, Appropriate Technologies, Low Cost Housing, Livelihoods, Voters’ Education, and Rural and Urban Development. He has authored/developed more than 100 knowledge products including: research reports, position papers, book chapters, articles, and IEC (Information, Education and Communication) materials and working models/frameworks in these fields.
Shakoor has extensively traveled across Pakistan and has implemented projects and undertaken research studies in all the provinces and regions of Pakistan. He has also traveled to and presented his work and views at international forums in South Asia (Srilanka, Nepal, Bangladesh, and India); South East Asia (China, Indonesia, Thailand, and South Korea); Middle East (Dubai); Europe (Switzerland); and Africa (Kenya). He has studied City and Regional Planning at University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Lahore and Environmental Design at Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad.
2. Kashif Hameed (Trustee)
Kashif Hameed has a 20 year long diversified professional experiences in the fields of developmental research, institutions capacity building, disaster preparedness and management, climate change, peace and conflict resolution, local media capacity building, gender and development, urban and rural planning, housing, and advocacy on developmental rights of marginalized communities in Pakistan. He is an urban and regional planner and an environmental designer by his education.
3. Khadim Hussain (Trustee)
Khadim Hussain earned his masters in City and Regional Planning from University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore. He is in the development field since 1996. For last one decade he has actively worked in the fields of Educational Development and Monitoring and Evaluation. He has worked with different national and international organizations for large scale development projects. Currently he is engaged with Pakistan Reading Project (PRP) as Monitoring and Evaluation Expert.