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Currently ??on a sabbatical, Mr. Naseer work?ed from May 2010 till October 2013  as a multi-sector Specialist with USAID-Pakistan looking after municipal services, health, and energy. Prior to this, he worked as environmental and social safeguard’s consultant with the Thar Coal and Power Technical Assistance Project. Mr. Naseer has also served as the City Director of the Clinton Climate Initiative where the main function was to help foster and support development of energy efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions reduction projects. As a Country Manager for Water Aid Pakistan, in 2006-7, he established the country office, set-up financial and monitoring systems, developed country strategy and programme, networked with donors, relevant stakeholders and partner organizations, oversaw capacity building of partner organizations. In 2004-05, Mr. Naseer as Senior Coordinator Policy at IUCN initiated and guided policy and advocacy work on water, air quality management, international environmental agreements, and trade and environment. He took lead in establishing programme on air quality management in IUCN. As Assistant Programme Coordinator, Ecosystem and Livelihood Group, IUCN Regional Office, Bangkok in 2004 he facilitated application of IUCN’s programme planning and assessment systems. He ensured promotion of quality assurance in project development and devised a project portfolio tracking system.


In May 2002, Mr. Naseer completed a Masters in Environmental Management from the National University of Singapore and another Masters in Management of Non-Governmental Organizations, from London School of Economics in 1997. A Bachelors in Political Science and History from Rutgers University New Jersey, USA and a Bachelors in Commerce from Government Commerce College, Karachi.

                                                                                                (Updated On November 2014)