Mohammad Hussain Khan

Mohammad Hussain Khan is associated with Daily DAWN since October 1994.
He started working as stringer for the paper, later its correspondent and then staff correspondent. He now heads DAWN’s Hyderabad station. He is alumni of USA’s International Visitors Leadership Programme 2012; AusAID alumni 2014. He is fellow of Rozan also since 2011. He is recepient of Rozan’s best print media award (English) of Media Fellowship on social justice 2012-2012; WWF-Friends of Indus Forum’s Climate Change Award 2015; SDPI’s Sustainable Development Journalism Award 2017; Third Hyderabad Literature Festival Award 2018; AGAHI AWRDS’s Journalist of the Year 2019 for Agriculture Policy category.

Stories:

Sindh’s women farmers await legal cover

On a recent visit to a village of Sindh’s Thatta district, several […]

Attempts underway to update Christian marriage laws

A group of activists working for the rights of religious minorities is […]

Lacunas in Sindh’s pro-women laws

The provincial government of Sindh is rightly credited for enacting various pro-women […]

Hyderabad’s heritage sites withering away

Hyderabad city is home to several heritage properties dating back to the […]

Hyderabad’s Hindus bereft of burial spaces

An elderly M Parkash is disappointed in the poor state of affairs […]

Protecting minorities from forced conversions

The Parliamentary Committee to Protect Minorities from Forced Conversions — a bi-cameral, […]

Women’s participation in SIDA long overdue

Women constitute 49% of Pakistan’s population but constitute only 24% of its […]

Sindh’s Hindus landless in their own land

On a bright, sunny summer morning, middle-aged Manjhi Kohli struggles to harvest […]

Minorities’ persecution goes beyond the grave

In Hyderabad’s Tando Yusuf locality, which houses the city’s largest and oldest […]