Abdul Shakoor Sindhu, has over 25 years of experience in the development field with his areas of expertise ranging from Disaster Risk Management, Disaster Risk Reduction, Building Resilience to Climate Change; Rural and Urban Development, Local Governance, Appropriate Technologies (including Rainwater Harvesting); and Institutional Development. He is credited to have conceived, designed, planned, managed and supervised more than 60 development projects in these areas and has on his credit authorship of more than 150 write ups on these themes.
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.
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.