Tinni Sawhney

Tinni Sawhney

CEO Aga Khan Foundation, India

Tinni Sawhney has over 30 years of experience on sustainable livelihood development in rural India and has worked extensively on issues of agriculture and livestock development for smallholder farmers, particularly in the rainfed regions of India. She has also worked on strengthening gender perspectives in development and building robust community institutions to lead development processes. 

She is currently the Chief Executive of the Aga Khan Foundation in India and has previously worked with the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation’s South Asia Pro Poor Livestock Policy Programme, the Danish International Development Assistance (DANIDA) and the World Wide Fund for Nature.

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