From introducing reforms and providing policy making and project management technical support for the Pakistan government to facilitating grant management, strategy development, and donor relations for NGOs, Khadija brings extensive experience to her work at DA. She is especially passionate about education, poverty alleviation, and women’s economic empowerment.
Khadija is currently working on the Lives and Livelihoods Fund project, and she is excited to be part of an effort with the potential to impact so many lives across various countries.
Prior to joining DA, Khadija worked at Seed Out where she led a project that involved holding executive trainings for 400 female micro-entrepreneurs across Punjab, Pakistan. Participants saw a 25% revenue increase after only six months of trainings.
She also served in the Chief Minister of Punjab’s Investment Facilitation Cell to improve the province’s economic ecosystem. Her work was successful in easing investment policies and facilitating investments amounting to 586 million USD in less than six months.
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