Dr. Muhammad Ajmal Khan is a prominent Pakistani philanthropist, social activist, and humanitarian who is the founder of the New World Hope Organization (NWHO), an organization that is engaged in humanitarian, environment and participatory development, and sustainability in Pakistan and abroad.
Dr. Khan holds a Ph.D. degree from Newport University CED, Latvia, EU, an M.A in Political Science from University of the Punjab, Pakistan and a two year diploma in Crises & International Disaster Management Institute of Information and Management, Pakistan. He has also earned a D.H.M.S., R.H.M.P diploma (Homeopathic Physician). He currently works to support his family and assist the those with lower incomes in Pakistan by providing them with educational opportunities, a chance to earn their living and healthier living conditions.
The function of Dr. Khan’s work in Pakistan is to provide guardianship to any adult who needs protection and lacks capacity, as well as to organize and conduct seminars, workshops and
study group on major issues of population aging. Older people are disproportionally affected by the increase in natural disasters and climate change and NWHO advocates for their inclusion in disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation debates and programs. NWHO also serves as legal guardian for approximately 23 adults, many of whom were victims of elder abuse, neglect, or exploitation. In its capacity as Guardian, NWHO works to ensure the physical and financial safety of each of its clients. Dr. Khan has also attended various UN national and international meetings as a representative of the Pakistani community and actively participated in many social agendas and working group meetings.