KP 2014

11 – 31 August 2014

A city like Peshawar ends up in world news daily, mostly because of the terror threats and challenges it faces. But its irrepressible citizens find hope in other areas of progress. They rise to most challenges and resiliently look forward to doing more. The same passion is the fuel behind the Peshawar Fellowship Program. The program is 4 weeks old, but much has transpired in those 4 weeks moving at a very dynamic pace. Allow us to introduce you to the Peshawar Fellowship Program and what's been happening in the past few weeks. We launched the first year of the Peshawar Fellowship Program with 12 Fellows on March 11, 2014, soon after the Peshawar Civic Hackathon. Following the success of the first year, we launched the second year of the KP Civic Innovation Fellowship with 20 Fellows in July 2015. We are currently recruiting Fellows for the third year of the program. A city like Peshawar ends up in world news daily, mostly because of the terror threats and challenges it faces. But its irrepressible citizens find hope in other areas of progress. They rise to most challenges and resiliently look forward to doing more. The same passion is the fuel behind the Peshawar Fellowship Program. The program is 4 weeks old, but much has transpired in those 4 weeks moving at a very dynamic pace. Allow us to introduce you to the Peshawar Fellowship Program and what's been happening in the past few weeks. In our first cohort, there are 12 Fellows in the program. The Fellows work in 4 project teams, with 3 members per team.
Projects

Take a look at the projects developed during this cohort.

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Fellows

Meet the young fellows who took part in this year's cohort.

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Managers

Meet the seasoned professionals who managed this year's cohort.

Ali Raza
Ali Raza

Director Technology