Mobashar Sadik

(COO)

Mr. Mobashar Sadik is an MBA from Quaid-e-Azam University. He started his professional career from the Banking Industry. However, the love of academia and the passion to help individuals towards achieving their goals compelled him to adapt training as a profession in 1997. Since then he has been working in the field of research, training and consultancy.

Mr. Sadik is a trainer of high repute having designed, organized and conducted various training workshops for clients like Bank Alfalah, UNDP, ILO, Plan International, HEC, Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of IT, NHA, NICT R&D Fund and NIBAF etc. He is an active member of professional community of consultants and provides management and financial consulting to Business Organizations. He had the honor of being the consultant to the Ministry of IT for developing the NICT R&D Fund which is a unique initiative of Government of Pakistan and the telecom sector. He also takes pride in being the author of Outreach Scholarship program, a program, which has transformed the dynamics of higher secondary education in Pakistan. The funds committed to this program have swelled in last six years to more than Rs.4 billion. Experience of reaching out to the far flung geographical regions gained in the outreach Scholarship program helped Mr. Sadik in delivering such programs which needed outreach and advocacy amongst masses at the grass root level to mobilize communities at the diversified geographical locations. Another example of his achievement in this regard is the conduct of Quality Assurance Test for the Punjab Education Foundation in which under the leadership of Mr. Sadik more than 135,000 students were successfully tested within a short span of 3 days. Mr. Sadik also has completed many base line surveys for clients like UN, PTCL, ILO and NEEF.

Mr.Sadik has played a pivotal role in identifying the role which cellular technologies could undertake to augment birth registration in Pakistan. He has also helped in proving the concept of mobile birth registration in Pakistan. He also takes pride in being part of the team which piloted the idea of Mobile Birth Registration, in partnership with UNICEF, Telenor, local governments Punjab and Sindh and Department of Health Sindh. His current engagements, other than imparting knowledge through trainings, are with UNDP, where he is helping the Planning Commission in identifying practices which can improve delivery of health services to the general public in Islamabad Capital Territory.