Asian Academics Graciously Greet Pakistan’s Dr. Khalida M. Khan for being Titled as ISDR Researcher of the Year 2016, in Postdoc Moderation of DRR Research

Breaking News/DRR/Asia – High profile academics of cross-regional institutions including Justice (R) Dr. S. S. Paru L.L.D. (Indonesia), Dr. Faiser N.M. (Sri Lanka), Dr. Madhulika (Malaysia), Dr. Martin Haigh (Oxford), Dr. Andrew Taber (Washington), Dr. Takahi  (Japan), Prf. Dr. Meher Master Moos (India), Dr David James Molden (Nepal), Dr. Wickrema Weerasooriya, Dr. M.S. Salawal Salah (Sri Lanka), Professor Emeritus Dr. Zaki, Dr. F.M. Bhatti, Dr. Bareera N.B. and Dr. Azam Sheikh have graciously congratulated Pakistani geo-morphologist, and postdoctoral DRR researcher Professor Dr. Khalida M. Khan, who has been titled ‘ISDR Researcher of the Year’ at the National Postdoctoral Association (US).

Khalida M. Khan 58 has been nominated for the prestigious title out of 30 countries, by the Inter-regional Directors’ Board of the SAARC-ASEAN Post-doc Academia.

Cross-regional academics pay their gratitudes to Pak academia on the magnanimous triumph and wish for success in future to further the DRR goals in Pakistan and abroad.

The ‘ISDR Researcher of the Year 2016’ title’s bequeathee Dr. Khalida M. Khan is an extensive canvasser of community education, skill-empowering and equality-based civil rights for the neglected inhabitant populaces of mountains valleys.

Dr. Khalida Khan has now become an icon within the disciplinary spheres of relevance by receiving the 2016’s first postdoc scholarship for ‘DRR Strategies & New Research Horizons for ISDR in the United Nations SDGs Perspectives’ at NPA (US) under the UN-KAKHTAH DRR program.

Dr. Khalida Khan, is a former chair holder of UNESCO with a portfolio comprising of ‘Community Education Mountain Conservation and Watershed Management’.

She has contributed to the first Post-Disaster’s Epidemiological Susceptibility & Pandemic Outbreak (Post-DESPO) Assessment Appraisal that marked highest cross-referential impact factor (CRIF) on DRR perspectives of the United Nation’s Hyogo Framework of Action, 2014-2015 and distinctive annotation-notes on the “UN MDGs and Post 2015 Extension- scenario”.

Under the directionship of Dr. Khan, CIMR is also credited for establishing the first UN-KAKHTAH Digital Repository at PU. The repository is named after Kofi Annan, Helen Keller Intl., Tzu-chi Foundation and Aurangzeb Hafi, for their meritorious contributions during the Asian Tsunami of 2004.

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Dr. Khalida M. Khan is responsible for initiating the first “UN Partnership for Satoyama Initiative (IPSI), Japan” at CIMR under the umbrella of Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan 2012.

Dr. Khalida M. Khan, is currently serving as director of CIMR at PU. She has been serving Punjab University since 1-12-1987 to date.

She is a research moderator of National Postdoc. Association (NPA-USA) under the umbrella of SAARC-ASEAN Postdoc Academia and SAIRI Postdoc Multiversity for the United Nations MDGs Studies at NPA.

She has participated in international expedition/Field Work, Swiss Alps, Top of the Europe, Youngfrauyouh, Grindalwald Glacier, Switzerland, Field Research above Arctic Circle, Satellitebild Kiruna, Sweden,  the Fairy Meadows (3300m Himalayan Mountain Range).

She is member of various national and international organizations such as the World Association of Soil and Water Conservation, Geographical Societies, ASIAN WATMANET, Kathmandu, Association of American Geographers, 2014, American Association of Geophysical Union, 2014, SAIRI Research Initiative and member of the Board of Trustees of the HEAD Foundation, (Kohistan and Gilgit Baltistan Community Foundation) 2013.

PU vice chancellor Dr. Mujahid Kamran congratulates PU faculty on the achievement.

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