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During her career as a Program Manager Pakistan (MoM) and now as a Team Leader GAVI’s CSOs Coalition for Health and Immunization – Pakistan (PCCHI) her colleagues have always commended her for effective communication and creative problem solving skills, and for her ability to work well with many different people within the development/working team. She has an educational background and a degree that she has been effectively using to the advantage of helping people of Pakistan in many possible ways. Also having 8 years of professional experience of working with/for civil society organizations she is always bringing some sort of innovation to whatever is offered to her. All in all her efforts are directed towards improvement that is striving hard for bringing about a positive change to improve the health indicators of Pakistan that is through health system strengthening and embarking the positive role of CSOs. Dr. Alina Akhyar is deeply committed to the advancement of effective global and public health care. She aspires' to reinforce the fabric of our society by trying to offer stability to the deserving members of our society. She is a true ‘rising’ hope, and trust of the suffering. Dr. Alina Akhyar as the CEO/Founder Ronaq-e-Qainaat, Vice President Health (Pakistan Youth Council) and Youth Minister Health (NYA) is also currently working to strengthen the community through various civil society development projects by fostering self- reliance, self-sufficiency and self-sustained opportunities and available resources. Ronaq-e-Qainaat is a philanthropic civil society organization focused on addressing the overlooked sects of our deprived society. Their goals not only embrace providing services free of cost but also to improvise and innovate ways to empower our people to stand on their own and help others. Ronaq-e-Qainaat was founded when Dr. Alina Akhyar was just regular a student and wanted her life to be more meaningful. While people were running out of places to find peace in this world, she finally found her peace in helping people and the civil society. Through Ronaq-e-Qainaat she has been working for the betterment of the marginalized community and our nation at large. Dr. Alina’s research work on immunization includes desk review about immunization coverage and MnCH status in Punjab province, strategy paper addressing barriers to immunization, various articles in national and international newspapers highlighting the importance of routine immunization, vaccine preventable diseases, demand creation etc. all have been very significant in advocating for strengthening the role of CSOs and creating awareness on vital issues among the common masses. Through the platform of Ronaq-e-Qainaat she has been directly involved in conducting hundreds of free medical camps all over Pakistan especially in disaster stuck areas but most of all conducting various free health awareness campaigns for the under privileged community highlighting issues like importance of MnCH, hygiene, importance of RI and many other relevant themes. While for Nestle’ Pakistan and Hashoo Foundation she has facilitated on multiple occasions as the lead trainer/facilitator, both at national and international level i.e. addressing health and immunization related issues. Dr. Alina Akhyar has also been featured in International Lancet Blog, The Pakistan Observer, Tribune, The Daily Patriot and Jang as a very dedicated philanthropist, youth activist who is truly driving her soul to make a real difference. She not only won the WWF Nature Carnival twice but is also the winner of International UNESCO Peace Award PPAI 2000. Also is an active member of “Global Visions” project sponsored by WFSF in collaboration with UNESCO.