Usman Khan

Usman Khan has been working with Development and Humanitarian Services for Afghanistan and the Killid Group-TKG as Program Manager since Sep 2014 to the moment.

He has pursued his MBA form Preston University in Management of Pakistan with more than a decade solid experience in development, welfare and social works. He has developed many proposals and concept notes for different sectors including Media, education, and humanitarian response, cultural Heritage, Environment Protection and Women Empowerment/Equality with a tangible achievements.

Usman Khan has received dozens of the on job trainings during his employment period e.g Market research & business planning, CPI/USAID, Financial Sustainability and social enterprise, CPI/USAID, Counter Trafficking in Person-CTiP, Women for change-Building a Gendered Media in South Asia. Regional Training and Consultation Workshop for gender promotion in Media by UNESCO Cluster Office, Impact Evaluation & Report Writing, Protection Mainstreaming Training in humanitarian Response, Advocacy and lobbying Training and several others.

Mr. Khan has received several awards from government entities, CSOs, Donors and International organizations for his outstanding performance where these inspiration motivated him more to work round the clock for the welfare of the deprived human beings in the war torn country Afghanistan.

A good working experience of him with Counterpart/USAID under a national project of Initiative to promote Afghan Civil Society-I-PACS since 2011-13 and with other several projects funded by USAID, US Embassy, DFID and other donors.

A rich working experience of him with Ministry of Education under a national education project “Building Education Support systems for teachers-BESST” in Northern Afghanistan focusing over more than 300 government schools for almost 11700 male/female teachers of class 1-12 both science and humanities in all districts of Balkh Province since 2007-2011.

He is a native Pashto speaker with command over English, Urdu, Arabic, Persian and little Hindi.