Key Endeavors

Shehersaaz signed MoU with “City University”, Peshawar – 31st January 2018

On 31st January 2018 , following its philosophy of building partnerships for sustainable development in Pakistan, Shehersaaz has signed an MoU with “City University Peshawar” to cooperate in areas of Research, Capacity Building, and Program Development. In the first stage we are going to jointly offer a series of training programs which will be announced from time to time.

Currently Shehersaaz is collaborating for its endeavors with:

  1. Ministry of Climate Change
  2. Ministry of Capital Administration and Development
  3. Capital Development Authority (CDA)
  4. City District Government, Rawalpindi
  5. Federal Directorate of Education (FDE), Islamabad
  6. Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP)
  7. Pakistan Environment Protection Agency (Pak EPA)
  8. Bahria University, Islamabad
  9. Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi
  10. Pir Mehar Ali Shah (Barani) University, Rawalpindi
  11. Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad
  12. Global Integrated School System, Islamabad
  13. Khaldunia School, Islamabad
  14. Critical Mass Islamabad (CMI)
  16. Dr. Akhtar Hameed Khan Memorial Trust, Islamabad
  17. Plan International, Pakistan
  18. Concern Worldwide, Pakistan
  19. Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF)
  20. Snow Leopard Foundation, Islamabad
  21. International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Pakistan
  22. Nippon Paints, Islamabad
  23. National Rural Support Programme (NRSP)
  24. United Nation’s Office for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR)
  25. International Rivers Network (IRN)
  26. Building and Social Housing Foundation, UK
  27. Pakistan Green Building Council
  28. Urban Resource Center, Karachi
  29. UN-HABITAT, Pakistan


Our Campaigns 

Shehersaaz is part of following National and Global Campaigns:

Shehersaaz is the first official partner in Pakistan of World Urban Campaign.
Under this campaign, Shehersaaz has organized Urban/Policy Dialogues and launched the Campaign ‘The City We Want’ in collaboration with UNHABITAT, Concern Worldwide, Plan International Pakistan, IUCN Pakistan, Ministry of Climate Change, Pak EPA, National University of Science and Technology, COMSATS, and Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad.

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