Regional Programme for Afghanistan and Neighbouring Countries (UNODC)

Muhammad Amin 

Programme Officer – Country Office Pakistan

Muhammad Amin has eighteen years of experience in programme designing and implementation covering a diverse thematic range. He joined the humanitarian sector in 2002 with a national NGO, CAMP, designed and implemented an advocacy campaign on arms presence in civil society. He became part of the UN country team in 2006 with IOM in Pakistan during the earthquake response and led a team in countering human trafficking attempts from the emergency zone. He designed and implemented several interventions on countering irregular migration during his tenure with IOM and other humanitarian organizations. He served as programme manager BEFARe (NGO) for several refugees assistance programmes in Pakistan supported by UNHCR, including the 60,000 children education programme for many years.

He joined UNODC Regional programme for Afghanistan and Neighbouring Countries in 2017 as national focal point for Pakistan. Muhammad Amin holds a master’s in international Relations and a diploma in child rights from University of Peshawar. He is a chevening fellow and attended a ‘Managing Migration’ course at University of Sussex, UK. He is also trained in ‘project management’ by the staff development unit of IOM in Geneva.