My Dad - Mir Mustafa Ali Khan 

Life Time Achievements, Photo Album

 
Nawab Mir Mustafa Ali Khan
(17th Aug 1921 – 30th Oct 1998)
Family of 'Tara Jagirdar' Deccan

Belonging to the princely estate of Hyderabad Deccan – India (Home of the Nizam 1948).

M.A. Economics & Political Sciences (Madras)
Diploma in Social Services Administration (Bombay)
I.D.H.E.C (Paris)
U.C.F.C.A (New York)
Government of Pakistan (Social Services) 1953 – 1967

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(1953)
Faculty leader, Social Welfare Training Projects.
UNITED NATION’S Welfare Program.

(1953)
UNESCO Director general of UNESCO awards fellowship in Paris – France.

(1956)
General Secretary, 1st West Pakistan Conference of Social Work.

(1958)
Lead Training Officer, National Council of Social Welfare.

(1962)
Executive Officer, Social Services Coordinating Council Pakistan.

(1962)
Diplomatic Visit of UNITED STATES
Mr. James R. Dumpson. Welfare Commissioner New York invites Mr. Mir Mustafa Ali Khan
for study of ‘Fundraising – Methods & Strategies’ to United States of America, under the
auspices of ‘The Asia Foundation’.

Mr. Mir Mustafa Ali Khan pioneers the concept and practice of ‘Darul-Aman’ in Pakistan;
along with other social services development concepts and initiatives that are still in place today.

 

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