Farid Khan

Founder & CEO


Farid Khan is a visionary leader dedicated to fostering positive change in the realm of disability rehabilitation and empowerment. With a diverse educational background, he possesses a unique blend of skills and expertise that drive his mission to promote inclusivity and support for individuals with disabilities. Starting his academic journey at North South University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Management, Farid’s commitment to community well-being and environmental issues laid the foundation for his work in public health and social inclusion. He further honed his abilities with a Diploma in Project Management in Germany, broadening his perspective on social and environmental challenges.

Farid’s passion for inclusivity led him to obtain certification in Special Education, underlining his dedication to understanding and addressing the distinct needs of disabled individuals. Recognizing the importance of a holistic approach, he pursued a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree, focusing on public health within the context of disability. He believes that addressing not only health but also skill development and job opportunities is vital for people with disabilities.

Currently, Farid Khan serves as the Founder and CEO of Nohor Initiatives, a platform committed to creating a more inclusive society. Through Nohor Initiatives, he strives to raise awareness about the needs of people with disabilities, emphasizing the significance of empowerment through education, skill development, and meaningful job placement. Farid’s unwavering dedication reflects his vision of a society where the talents of all individuals, regardless of their abilities, are recognized and celebrated. His journey is a testament to the power of education, dedication, and the belief that, together, we can create a society that not only understands the needs of disabled individuals but actively empowers them. Farid Khan is a true advocate for positive change in the field of disability rehabilitation.