Training for Pakistan (TFP)
Modern Skills for Individuals - For Brighter Pakistan
USAID Pakistan Alumni Association

Join the USAID Pakistan Alumni Association!

USAID-sponsored training is a special experience.  Participants learn new techniques, meet inspiring peers, and sometimes travel to other countries.

The alumni association connects USAID-sponsored training participants so they can network, learn how to apply their newly-acquired skills, and share their experiences with others to benefit their jobs, their communities, and their country.  

Alumni association members are eligible for small grants that will help them transform their new knowledge into action by implementing new projects.

Anyone who has received more than 16 hours of training through a USAID funded Project is eligible to take part in this exciting association, which is supported by USAID’s Training for Pakistan project.

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION REGIONAL LAUNCHES

ISLAMABAD CHAPTER : 

On March 22, 2017, the Alumni Association Launch for Islamabad region was held at Serena Hotel Islamabad. Around 180 alumni members attended the regional launch and made the event a success. The regional launch engaged alumni members in the Association's activities, who committed to strengthening the association through active presentation and support. Board of directors of Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi Chapter, along with alumni members from the Islamabad and KP region participated in the event. The strategic and operational plans of the Association were discussed in the launch. Ijaz Khaliq, the Project Manager for Training for Pakistan Project from USAID Pakistan Mission was the guest speaker for the Islamabad launch to deliver the welcome address. He emphasized on the importance of the association and Martin Schulman closed the ceremony with the concluding remarks.

LAHORE CHAPTER: 

On March 25th, 2017, the alumni association launch for Lahore region was held at Avari Hotel, Lahore. Around 140 alumni members attended the regional launch and made the event a success. In this event, Dr. Munawar A. Anees was the guest speaker at the event. Mr. Anees is a founding director of Centre for knowledge futures, University of Management and Technology at Lahore. Martin Schulman closed the ceremony with concluding remarks.  

KARACHI CHAPTER: 

On April 08, 2017, the Alumni Association Launch for Karachi region was held at PC Hotel Karachi. Around 270 alumni members attended the regional launch and made the event a success. The regional launch engaged alumni members in the Association's activities, who committed to strengthening the association through active presentation and support. Board of directors of Islamabad and KP, Lahore, Karachi Chapter, along with alumni members from the Balochistan region participated in the event. The strategic and operational plans of the Association were discussed in the launch. Patrick Brady, USAID/Pakistan Deputy Director of the Karachi Provincial Office was the chief guest and Muneeza Hashmi as guest speaker for the Karachi chapter launch delivered their remarks.  They emphasized the importance of the association and Martin Schulman closed the ceremony with the concluding remarks. The Alumni member Dr. Sabir who recently received a USAID TFP small grant to improve socioeconomic conditions and cultural equality of Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) in Pakistan, expressed his gratitude to USAID. 

 

RESOURCES 

Strategic and Operational Plan of the Association 

Power Point Presentation On Alumni Association 

Small Grants for Alumni Members - One Pager 

TORS For Board Members 

Alumni Association- One Pager