A young energetic youth. She has been elected as a chairperson of Kalash People's Development Nework, KPDN in 2013. She has just finished her graduation from Quaid-e-Azam university Islamabad. Her interest is working on environmental challenges. She is also very interested to work on Kalasha handicrafts and women empowerment activities.
Founder & CEO
Luke Rehmat is working on number of initiatives. He is actively working as a Social Entrepreneur and Founder/CEO of Kalash People's Development Network, Kalasha Academy for Computer Sciences, KACoS, Ishpata News Network and working with number of other national organizations in District Chitral. Luke worked as District Network Coordinator of ALIF AILAAN (Transforming Education Pakistan), District Coordinator KHUDI PAKISTAN and District Coordinator Tabeeli Razakars of Pakistan Terek-e-Insaf, PTI.
He is also working with a Ayun and Valleys Development Programme, AVDP as Language and Culture Development Officer. He recently joined state media Pakistan Television News, PTV News/World as a correspondent for Kalash/Chitral.
Shamim Bibi is working in Development Sector for last seven years. She has working experience with different National and international NGOs in Good Governance, Education and health sector particularly. She has done master in Education Planing and Management from NUML university, Islamabad . Currently she is working With USAID-CVP as a Program Officer. Her ambition is to promote quality education through out Pakistan by providing equal opportunities. She is also a member board of directors at Kalash People's Development Network.
Taleem Khan is a young enthusiastic Kalasha youth working in Greece and he is also Language Expert at Kalasha People's Development Network, KPDN. His long experience in documentation of Kalasha language has been well appreciated. Kalasha Language Teacher at Kalasha Culture Saving Society (KCSS). Kalasha Language Supervisor at Kalash Indigenous Survival Program and Kalasha Language Consultant
at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.