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Aisha Khan

Aisha Khan is the Executive Director for Civil Society Coalition for Climate Change (CSCCC) and CEO of Mountain and Glacier Organization (MGPO) with responsibilities for management, policy planning, government relations, advocacy, capacity building and sustainability of programmatic activities at the national, sub national and international level. She is based in Islamabad, Pakistan. She is the founding member of Mountain and Glacier Organization (MGPO) and Civil Society Coalition for Climate Change (CSCCC). She has over 18 years’ experience in development work, designing and implementing sustainable development programs to build resilience and reduce vulnerability of unserved and underserved communities.

Before serving as ED and CEO she has lived in 10 countries in Europe, Latin America, Africa, North America, South East Asia and South West Asia. Her work includes interaction with government and civil society on issues such as education, gender and conservation of natural environment. She has contributed in enhancing core program areas and expanding outreach, focusing on social economic and environmental wellbeing of the people. She has worked successfully in collaboration with multiple donors, national and sub-national authorities and communities.

She is a team player and leads by example. She has attended many national and international conferences and is on the Board of Directors of Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) and Energy Conservation Fund (ECF). She is also member on the Certification Panel of Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy (PCP) and the Steering Committee of Pakistan Glacier Monitoring Network.


Aisha Khan contributes articles to newspapers and magazines.







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OGP in Pakistan: A Roadmap for Sustainable Development

Pakistan is a country of 200 million people, spread across mountain, desert, coastal, arid, and semi-arid eco-systems. Climate change is a relatively new thematic area within the overall governance framework, and is gaining prominence in public discourse. About 28 percent…

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