Hafiz Moledina is a Civil Society Programme Officer with the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN). Hafiz, who is based in Geneva, supports the development of strategy, programmes, global analysis and partnerships, and acts as a central civil society node for focal points in the field. Since 2013, Hafiz has played a key role in the coordination of the Aga Khan Foundation’s Strategic Budget and Planning Cycle. In 2013, Hafiz advised senior management at the Aga Khan Planning and Building Service (Pakistan) on various matters, including the design of a long-term resettlement initiative. Prior to joining AKDN, Hafiz worked as an analyst at the Canadian International Development Agency on bilateral and multilateral files such as the Millennium Development Goals, the World Bank and the Middle East and North Africa. Hafiz holds a Master of Arts in Public Administration (international development) from Carleton University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of British Columbia. Hafiz has held numerous leadership positions within the institutions of the Ismaili community in Vancouver, Ottawa and Geneva. He has been awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, and is an alumni fellow with the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations.