Habib Malik Orakzai

President Pakistan International Human rights Organization and Chairman MQParty

President Pakistan International Human rights Organization and Chairman MQParty

Habib Malik Orakzai Mr. Habib Malik Orakzai, the President of Pakistan International Human Rights Organization (PIHRO) and Founder and Chairman of the Mutahida Qabail Party (MQP), can be characterized as a man of the people. During his political career, he has persistently endeavored both socially and politically to improve the condition of his native region, Kurram Agency (one of the agencies in FATA). As a participant of a long abiding tradition of providing social and economic relief, Mr. Orakzai created the Pakistan International Human Rights Organization (PIHRO) for deprived and neglected residents of country. For maintaining law and order in tribal areas on the basis that his native, tribal home would not succeed in the modern world without the Pakistani government’s support and aide to its impoverished citizens. Mr. Orakzai created Tribal Youth Movement (TYM) to gather the tribal youth on a platform to bring peace, stability and development in FATA. Among the warring tribes, there is always political strife, and such conflicts create tribal leaders who neglect the welfare of their citizens. This organization’s focus, and the President’s primary objective, is to sustain and advance the welfare of the disadvantaged, impoverished citizens of Pakistan. Mr. Orakzai is deeply invested in addressing grassroots problems: such as, eradicating poverty, illiteracy, and social injustice. In June 2010 Mr. Orakzai founded the Mutahida Qabail Party (MQP), and serves as chairman ever since. It is the first political party to represent and serve the tribal people of Pakistan. Mr. Orakzai's efforts and contributions include but are not limited to: Expanding his organization, since the past ten years, by establishing at least 100 international and national (PIHRO) offices around the globe, particularly in the four provinces: Azad Kashmir, North West Frontier Province, and FATA Sustaining a strong and honest relationship with the United States and United Kingdom as he oversees projects with the U.S. Aid on Education Sector Reforms and with Women Empowerment Centers of the European Union Organizing and participating in several national and international workshops, including: The Wilton Park Conference, London Human rights and the Alleviation of Poverty in Association Initiative (March 2001), Poverty Eradiation: Meeting International Targets (September 2001) Western Policies Towards the Islamic World (February 2002) Institute for Child Rights Development, Canada (2001),and the CIVICUS World Assembly, Canada (2001) Providing relief to the victims of the 2005 earthquake in NWFP and Azad Kashmir. Rendering services to Afghan refugees Preventing drug abuse among tribal youth and encouraging them to become active, involved citizens of their country – the Ministry of Youth Affairs Government of Pakistan has recognized his achievements and has awarded Mr. Orkazai with the First Jinnah Youth Award Stabilizing and maintaining sectarian peace amongst conflicting tribes as a member of the Afghan-Pak Joint Peace Jirga 2007 Working for relief packages for the tribal areas to ensure that citizens receive their basic necessities: clean water, medical and health facilities, and a primary education, and also particularly ensuring that young women have access to education



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