Aatif Ramzan is a social science scholar with a post-graduation degree in Rural Development. He is a development work practitioner and researcher with 13 years of experience. He has extensive experience in managing development projects in Pakistan. Currently, he is working with a national organization as project coordinator in a health project in the collaboration with M&C Saatchi World Services and Humanly-UK. Recently he was the district coordinator (Rahim Yar Khan-Pakistan) with the Global Research on Inclusion and Disability team at Washington University in St. Louis on the Education Equity and Quality in Afghanistan and Pakistan (EEQAP) Project.
He has been instrumental in working with national and international donor organizations like the government of Pakistan, USAID, UNICEF, and DFID projects in various sectors such as education, agriculture, community mobilization, and health. He has served in the American Institute for Research, Management Systems International, HTSPE/Development Alternatives Incorporated and National Rural Support Program in the areas of project management, research, trainings and advocacy campaigns.
His core expertise includes data collection & analysis, research design, and capacity building & trainings. He is an experienced moderator with one-on-one in-depth interviews, dyads, triads and regular focus group discussions. He has been extensively involved in designing and executing several national and international workshops, training and seminars.