Khadiza Begum

Khadiza Begum is a Staff Researcher at RED since 2007. Before joining Research and Evaluation Division (RED) of BRAC she worked in the icddr’b for one year as a field research supervisor. She has ability in conducting research jointly and in monitoring and supervision of research study at the field level.  She has strong background in social science research instrument development, training of interviewers, qualitative and quantitative analysis of data. She has published research reports and monographs; contributed in journals and books/reports at home and abroad.

 

Personal data

Name: Khadiza Begum

Address: House# 86; Lane# 03 Kawler-Dakkkhin khan Dhaka 1229

Telephone: 88 02 9881265 (Ext. 3724) 

E-mail address: khadiza.b[at]brac.net

Nationality: Bangladeshi

Gender: Female

 

 

 

Education

M.S.S in Sociology(2001), National University of Dhaka

B.A (Pass Course)(1996), National University of Dhaka Bangladesh

H.S.C in Humanities (1993), Urea sarkarkhana College,Dhaka board, Bangladesh

S.S.C in Humanities(1991), Urea sarkarkhana College, Dhaka board, Bangladesh

 

Work experiences

Date: February, 2007- present

Position: Staff Researcher

Employer: BRAC

Type of business: Non-profit organization/NGO

Area of work: Research and evaluation in Health, Nutrition and Population Research

Major responsibilities: Instrument development, training of interviewers, qualitative and quantitative data collect, compile, coding and analysis.

 

Date: January, 2006- December, 2006

Position: Field Research Supervisor

Employer: icddr’b

Type of business: International research institute

Area of work: Public health research

Major responsibilities: Qualitative data collect, compile and analysis.

 

Date: January, 2005-Decembe, 2005

Position: Research Assistant

Employer: PROSHIKA

Type of business: Non-profit organization/NGO

Area of work: Research and Evaluation

Major responsibilities: Qualitative data collect, compile, coding and analysis.

 

 

List of publications

 

Book/book chapters/ journal articles

  1. Banu M, Akter M, Begum K, Choudhury RH, Nasreen HE(2014). The clock keeps ticking – the role of a community based intervention in reducing delays in seeking emergency obstetric care in rural Bangladesh: a quasi-experimental study.Journal of Public Health:128: 332-340.