Engineers Without Borders Denmark In Disaster
Syeda Natasha Anwar, a graduate from International Islamic University Islamabad is the first female from her family who got professional education. Currently doing working with “Engineers without Borders Denmark in Disaster”. Being an active youth Activist, she has worked with Youth from last 5 years started from Lower Dir, when talibanization hit the region. Natasha initially started conducting skill building training from different international organization with marginalized community (youth) in conflicted areas where almost youth were destroyed. Latter on she become a facilitator for the training nationwide. The journey of Natasha’s activism got boast when Nastasha became a member of Youth parliament of Pakistan and later joined an International Human Rights Organization as a Volunteer for Disability Rights in Lower Dir for almost one and half years. In 2012 she joined Channan Development Association to promote youth Rights in Malakand Division and currently serving as a board member for Chanan Development Association. Natasha is a Legislative fellow by World Learning and Department of State USA. was also with activist who raised voice for women participation and in local body elections when political parties banned women voting in 2013. She is a board Member of ABKT (Association for behavioural knowledge transformation) and Board Member of OYN (Optimistic Youth Network).