Pathfinder International, Karachi, Pakistan
Muhammad Sharjeel, MBBS Public Health, Reproductive Health
Program Manager, Pathfinder International
Muhammad Sharjeel was born in May 1983, in Pakistan. Muhammad has seven years of experience in the nonprofit sector, and earned a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from the University of Karachi in Pakistan. He feels passionate to improve the sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) condition in Pakistan, with a focus on reproductive health of young people. He has worked with Aahung, Marie Stopes Society and Pathfinder International in Pakistan. While working on USAID’s Family Planning and Reproductive Health Program in Pakistan, he gained strong experience in social and behavior change communication. Through these experiences, he developed strong skills in program and project management; implementation science; and research skills. Muhammad received training on community mobilization, post-partum hemorrhage, safe motherhood, family planning, value clarification on SRH and client centered approach. He presented Advocacy model of Aahung in 7th Asia Pacific Conference on ASRHR. Muhammad enjoys focusing on the topics of adolescent health and development; SRHR; gender; and has a strong passion for youth empowerment. It is his passion to work for a world where everyone can live with dignity and equal rights.