About Me

Amar Guriro
Multimedia Environmental Journalist,
Daily Times,
Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan

Amar Guriro is a multimedia environmental journalist, blogger, researcher, photographer, multimedia producer, journalist trainer and a professional fixer based in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.

He works for Lahore-based English paper, Daily Times in its Karachi office as environmental reporter. He covers environment, climate change, water, politics, health, anthropology, religious minorities, wildlife and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) issues.

Guriro is IVLP Alum 2011 and also media fellow of WaterAid media fellowship programme since 2009.

He is regional coordinator WashMedia-South Asia, a forum of journalists from across South Asian countries including Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka working on water and sanitation.

He is president of National Council of Environmental Journalists (NCEJ), one of its kind national level forum of Pakistani environmental journalists with 104 member journalists from 32 cities across Pakistan.

He tweets @amarguriro
He can be reached at amarguriro@amarguriro.com

Journalism Portfolio





Co-byline on CNN:  “Amar Guriro contributed to this report”

Pakistan’s stateless Rohingya




Hindus in Pakistan: Why they choose burial over cremation


PHOTOS:  Why Some Muslims In Pakistan Won’t Be Able To Buy A Goat This Year


For the love of Hussain


Thar’s Lost Tribes





Blogs:  Exploring why Karachi’s rainwater has nowhere to go












بستے کے بجائے کچرے کا بورہ



Multimedia stories

Pakistan’s coal expansion brings misery to villagers in Thar desert


World Oceans Day: Karachi pollution slowly killing Arabian Sea

Pakistan: Women on the frontline of climate change

As Journalist Fixer

Amar Guriro has also worked as journalist fixer with several intentional journalists and media houses. Here is the list of some of the international journalists, media house and the stories for which Guriro worked as fixer.   1. He worked with  Marianne Leitch, Executive Producer of Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) TV’s international current affairs flagship program …