Muhammad Saqib Sultan
|Member Since||Jun 29, 2017||CoLab Points (actual)|
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|Country||Pakistan||CoLab Points (max. potential)|
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Saqib Sultan has a Master in Sustainable International Development with a focus on Energy and Climate Change from the Brandeis University, United States, and an M.Sc in Economics and Finance from IIU, Islamabad, Pakistan. He is the founder and director at Pakistan Climate Change Initiative (PCCI) - an organization aims to advance sustainable development practices and fight against climate change.
Prior to joining Brandeis University, Saqib worked for BRAC - the leading non-profit - where he designed and delivered multi-disciplinary capacity building initiatives around economic development programs. He also worked as an Assistant Editor for the Angle Journal.
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|Muhammad Saqib Sultan voted for proposal Framework for Community-Based Sustainable Development||Mar 1, 2018|
|Muhammad Saqib Sultan joined the Climate CoLab community||Jun 29, 2017|