Professor Dr. Ghazna Khalid is a Pakistani technocrat, social activist, an internationally acclaimed gynecologist and women’s health expert.
Professor Dr. Ghazna Khalid is a Pakistani technocrat, social activist, an internationally acclaimed gynecologist and women’s health expert. She is advisor on maternal and child health to the KPK Department of Health and is a technical advisor to the Federal Ministry of National Health Regulations and Services in Islamabad, and is a Member Board of Governors at the Mardan Medical Complex KPK. Dr. Ghazna Khalid brings more than 20 years of experience working with development organizations and international donor agencies to improve health, maternal and newborn health, and pregnancy outcomes in developing countries.
She brings established authority to working effectively with and in the Government of Pakistan, and other Governments and Stakeholders in MENA region, and extended MENA region as well as the UK. Dr Ghazna has founded and served as Chairperson of the Pakistan Committee of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, London UK, working towards healthier mothers and infants in Pakistan. Internationally, she has served as Ambassador for Women’s Health in the Middle East and North Africa, striving for the better health of Palestinian and Syrian refugees. She has worked extensively in the Maternal Mortality Campaign in the UK headed by Gordon Brown the then Prime Minister and led the delegation to the G8 summit to advocate for women’s health. She was recognized for her contribution to women’s health internationally and awarded at the House of Lords UK, for her services. Professor Dr Ghazna Khalid has returned to Pakistan with an ambition to serve her Motherland in health, education and geopolitical strategy in the areas of her expertise. Dr Ghazna founded and is the CEO of the Friends of White Ribbon Alliance for South Asia with a special emphasis on Pakistan. She is striving to improve maternal health in Pakistan and is a special ambassador to UNHCR for health and education for Pakistan. The doctor is cofounder of Future Brilliance Pakistan which is working towards skill development, especially for women to create AF-Pak stability through economic stability.