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    Nadia Kashif

    Nadia Kashif, is the MRC Coordinator Lahore. She holds an MBA in Human Resource and has more than 12 years of working experience in the country and abroad. She has vast experience in public governance, and working with international organisations.  Nadia started working with the MRC in 2018. She is responsible for the overall coordination and progress of the MRC Lahore and reports to the Department Labour, Punjab.

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    Mr. Umer Wazir
    Coordinator MRC Islamabad

    Mr. Umer Wazir is working as MRC Coordinator Islamabad. Mr. Umer holds a dual Master’s degree in Project Management and Business Administration and has more than 7 years of experience working in the development sector. He has been working at the MRC since its inception in 2016. He is responsible for the overall coordination and progress of the MRC Islamabad.

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    Tahseen Ullah

    Tahseen Ullah is working as MRC Counselor based in Islamabad. He holds three master degrees in Anthropology, Education and Gender and Women Studies. Tahseen has over 10 years of working experience in the development sector, emergency response and recovery in areas of program planning, implementation and management in Pakistan on AUSAID, CIDA, DFID and USAID funded projects.  His other expertise includes providing technical assistance in education and health related projects, evidence based advocacy with state departments, social support, conducting research, evaluation studies and large scale surveys. Tahseen is fluent in English, Urdu and Pashto languages.


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    Hameed Ullah Khan

    Hameed Ullah Khan is working as MRC Counsellor in Islamabad.  He holds a dual Master’s degree in Business Administration and Human Resource Management from Anglia Ruskin University, England. Hameed holds 5 years of working experience in the development and services sector in Pakistan and United Kingdom. At the MRC, he  responsibilities  includes conducting pre-departure briefings at the POE office, orientations sessions on safe and legal migration in TVET and educational institutes and also providing support in managing MRC social media accounts. He is articulate in English, Urdu and Pashto languages.

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    Mariya Sohail

    Mariya Sohail, MRC Counsellor Lahore, holds a Masters of Philosophy(M.Phil.) degree in Media and Communication Studies. Mariya supports all MRC social media accounts, is an excellent photographer and works, apart from personal counselling and community outreach, also on developing content and designing communication campaigns for the MRC.

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    Juwairia Sultan

    Juwairia Sultan, MRC Counsellor Lahore, holds a master degree in development studies. Juwairia has more than eight years of experience in the development sector and has extensive experience of coordination with international organisations, government departments as well as engagement with the communities.

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    Advocate Hafiza Taram Bashir

    Advocate Hafiza Taram Bashir is working as MRC Counsellor, Islamabad. Taram has over 8 years of experience in the field of immigration and corporate sector. She is also a practicing lawyer at Lahore High Court. She has good communication skills and has  demonstrated ability to provide information and service to potential migrants and migrant workers. At the MRC, Taram is involved in conducting community outreach activities.  Taram is a law graduate and also holds a Master’s degree in Applied Economics.

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    Mr. Rana Imran Arshad

    Mr. Rana Imran Arshad, MRC Counsellor Lahore, has more than ten years of professional experience in development sector and has academic background in Business Administration. Imran is the MRC focal point for developing and conducting community outreach programmes.

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    Ayesha Zubair

    Ayesha Zubair Working as MRC Counsellor. 
    With a post-graduate degree in Clinical Psychology, Ms. Zubair is a mental health practitioner working as a Migration Caseworker in different humanitarian settings. Before joining MRC, Ayesha worked in the developmental and social sectors for five years. She had vast experience in dealing with migrants from Pakistan and abroad in civilian and detention settings. She has also worked directly with families of missing migrants, Afghans, and unaccompanied and separated minors. She has expertise in providing psychosocial support to the families of migrants who are missing or detained abroad.