Quetta: Social activists Fatima Iqbal Khan has been awarded National award for Human rights.
She was honored in an award distribution ceremony held at president House Islamabad, where president of Pakistan Mamnoon Hussain awarded her the best achievement few days ago.
A large number of Federal ministers, members of parliament, ambassadors from different countries and secretaries from different parts of Pakistan participated in the event.
Fatima Iqbal Khan is the first female social activists from Balochistan who has received this awarded for human rights.
Fatima Iqbal Khan is a development practitioner. She has experience of working in the nonprofit sector at different senior positions in many UN, International and National organizations.
Fatima has previously working experience with UN-World Food Programme, American Refugee Committee, BEFARe, PAIMAN Alumni Trust, SPO and Governance Support Project of Multi Donor Trust Fund & World Bank Pakistan.
Published in The Balochistan Point on December 29, 2016