OUR WORK

Building Bridges Through Community Empowerment

 
 

SIGNATURE PROGRAMS

APF organizes its work into three signature programs:

The APF Fellows Program provides Americans with exposure to Pakistan to sustain long-term professional, economic, and cultural connections between the United States and Pakistan.

The APF United Nations Initiative facilitates interactions between Pakistan civil society organizations and the United Nations and provides opportunities for U.S.-based students and community organizations to contribute to UN dialogues on Pakistan.

The APF Mentorship and Internship Initiative provides opportunities for next generation leaders to learn from experienced professionals.

ACTIVITIES

In addition to its three signature programs, APF convenes and participates in events and projects that promote awareness of Pakistan and of the Pakistani American community.

Collaborations

If you are interested in collaborations, please send a message to info@americanpakistan.org

In 2018, as a senior at George Mason University, Aleeza Ali spent a summer in Pakistan as an APF Fellow working on rural development programs.

In 2018, as a senior at George Mason University, Aleeza Ali spent a summer in Pakistan as an APF Fellow working on rural development programs.

APF participated in Fashion Parade, a runway show at Christie’s Auction House in New York promoting the work of Pakistani and Indian fashion designers.

APF participated in Fashion Parade, a runway show at Christie’s Auction House in New York promoting the work of Pakistani and Indian fashion designers.

APF hosted an expert panel at Johns Hopkins SAIS on the impact of climate change on the megacities of Karachi, Chennai, and Beijing.

APF hosted an expert panel at Johns Hopkins SAIS on the impact of climate change on the megacities of Karachi, Chennai, and Beijing.