Sidra Qurban is a true enthusiast for setting meaningful ambitions in her life and achieving them through a truly optimistic approach. Being a graduate in Biological Sciences, she is greatly inclined towards exploring the undiscovered aspects regarding the diversity of nature. She is currently working as research associate for a health project with the collaboration of M&C Saatchi World Services and humanly-UK. Along with that she is a Master trainer for British counsel for their current ongoing project “AWAAZ-‖” to mobilize the Pakistani community for human rights in Pakistan.
She served as district coordinator in Vehari 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. She also has experience working with British counsel as Master facilitator for “Take a child to school project” for one year and led the research project funded by University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences on “Quantification of liver and muscle glycogen in chicken”.
She has vast experience in qualitative and quantitative research work. She performed number of focused group sessions, interviews, data collections, trainings and seminars. An experienced moderator with CBSD-GMB (Community Based System Dynamics-Group Model Building) and HCD(Human Centered Design) research models. She has been part of many national and international leading and innovative projects.