• Mr Ulrich Nitschke
    Mr Ulrich Nitschke
    PIRON Global Development Germany Home | PIRON Global Development

    Ulrich Nitschke serves as Deputy Director at PIRON, a German Advisory firm based in Bonn. He is a seasoned advisor for Strategy Development, communication and advocacy for many Faith Based Organization. Over the last 25 years, he undertook organizational and leadership development for both governmental and non-governmental cooperation levels. This included facilitation and moderation of development networks, including work with German Development Cooperation. Part of his mediation and moderation has seen him work with governmental and other players in MENA Region, Africa as well as Europe. He initiated the Go-MENA Sector Network focusing on the consequences and learning from the Arab Spring.

  • Mr. Ahmad Irfan Aslam
    Mr. Ahmad Irfan Aslam
    Ministry of Climate Change and Environmental Coordination, Pakistan, Federal Minister

    Mr. Ahmad Irfan Aslam, the caretaker Minister for Climate Change and Environmental Coordination Pakistan, is a seasoned lawyer with wide knowledge and expertise in legal field. He has expertise in dealing with international disputes and also led the International Disputes Unit in the Office of the Attorney General of Pakistan and served in foreign missions. Notably, he advocated significant cases for Pakistan, including Rikodiq, at various international legal platforms. Besides the ministry of Climate Change and Environmental Coordination; he is also holding the portfolio of ministry of Law & Justice and Water Resources.

  • Mr. Johannes Peter
    Mr. Johannes Peter
    Humedica e.V International Aid Germany, Executive Director

    Johannes Peter is the Executive Director of humedica e.V Germany, and has over the last 5 years overseen humedica’s International Humanitarian Response, Preparedness and Stabilization, in more than 31 countries spread across all continents. Prior that, he was the Head of humedica’s Global Emergency Training & Deployment. His areas of expertise include Global Capacity Integration, Partnership Coalition Building, and Complimentary Humanitarian Cooperation. He holds a Business Administration Degree from Karlshochschule University Germany, and studied Entrepreneurship and International Relations at Misr University, Egypt. At community level, he served with the International Boy Scout movement. He is married and has two children.

  • Mr. Qamar Iqbal
    Mr. Qamar Iqbal
    Pak Mission Society (PMS) Pakistan Pak Mission Society – Serving the Unreached, Head of Localization and Programme Support

    Qamar Iqbal is a development professional with 22 years of experience working with renowned international and national organisations in Pakistan. He has a diverse experience of program management, stakeholders’ engagement both from duty bearers and rights holders, nexus practitioner, and climate justice activist. Mr. Iqbal is Head of Localisation at Pak Mission Society (a faith-based organisation working as a catalyst in Pakistan for capacity strengthening and mainstreaming the voice of faith actors at national, regional and international level). He is convening the NEAR (Network of south-led organisations) and Country Level Working Group of Charter4Change in Pakistan for moving forward the agenda of localization.

  • Ms. Kehkshan Jibran
    Ms. Kehkshan Jibran
    Pak Mission Society (PMS) Pakistan Pak Mission Society – Serving the Unreached, Head of Business Development

    Programme design and Business Development Professional with the educational background of Social Sciences, International Development and Engineering. She has been Leading the Business Department of Pak Mission Society and designing sustainable models on Climate Change, Entrepreneurship Development, WASH and DRR, and Community Outreach. She was the Pakistan youth representative for Asia Pacific Youth Network on Climate Change (AYCC) from 2009-2015. She led 3 researches and one of the researches is going to be published in the Oxford University, UK (Special Edition) on Christians and Christianity in Pakistan on Minority Inclusion and Entrepreneurial Ecosystem.


Dec 02 2023


10:30 am - 11:30 am

Making the Case: Loss and Damage in Pakistan? Building resilient communities, Role of Faith-based humanitarian actors” – Humedica e.V.


This session will provide space for exchange of bridging ideas on loss and damage recognizing, integrative facets that include adaptation and mitigation finances, that are crucial to a more equitable climate considered risk and opportunity across the south north divide. In particular, the session will explore changing dynamics in localization politics across funding streams and make case to get most willing Governments move beyond tokenism, to walking the talk.  Through narratives and stories from Pakistan, compelling case results will be shared.