Arranged alphabetically
according to the Unit Name




Narayan Chandra Das has
been working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Research Fellow
since April 2009. He joined RED in April 2007 as a Senior Research Associate.
He also worked for Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) for three years as
Programme Associate and Research Associate. He has obtained masters degree in economics
from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh in 2001. He participated in a training
course on Trade Policy and Commercial Diplomacy organized by
Centre for Trade Policy and Law (CTPL) held in Ottawa, Canada
during May 29-July 07, 2006. His research interest include extreme poverty,
microfinance, international trade and agriculture. His main hobbies include
traveling, playing cards (bridge), and reading. [CV]



His major publications/reports:



Das NC. Export demand function for Bangladesh`s tea. Bangladesh
J Agri Econ
2006;29(1&2):1-18.Das NC and Seraj KFB. Socio-demographic
profile. In: Pathways out of extreme poverty: findings from round I
survey of CFPR phase II. Dhaka: BRAC,
2009:29-40.



Das NC. Employment and income. In: Path-ways out of
extreme poverty: findings from round I survey of CFPR phase II. Dhaka: BRAC, 2009:211-31.



Mohammad
Abdul Malek
has been working at the Research and Evaluation Division as
Sr. Research Fellow since January 2011. Before joining BRAC he worked for Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development, Comilla
since May 2001. For short durations, he also worked for the Institute of Microfinance,
International Rice Research Institute and the Centre for Policy Dialogue based
in Dhaka. He has obtained Ph.D in Rural
Economics from the United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences, Tottori University, Japan in 2010. Earlier he obtained
two master degreesテつ one in Rural Economics from Yamaguchi University,
Japan in 2007 and another one in Economics from University of Dhaka in 2000. He
has received training in Managing Micro-enterprise and micro-finance developmentfrom
Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India,
Ahmedabad, India
in 2004 and Introduction to poverty analysis from BIDS, Dhaka
and World Bank Institution in 2002. His research interest includes
programme/impact evaluation of MFI programmes/credit programme for tenant
farmers/social safety net programmes, rural economy, etc. His main hobbies are
travelling, watching TV, passing quality time with family/friends, etc. malek.a@brac.net, (Full CV)







His major publications/reports:



Malek MA and Usami K. Do the non-farm incomes really matter for poverty
among small households in rural Bangladesh?
a case of advanced villages. J Dev Agri Econ 2010;2(7):25067.



Malek MA and Usami K. Effects of non-farm employments on poverty among
small households in developed villages of Bangladesh. 111テつ Seminar
Small farms: decline or persistence,University
of Kent, Canterbury, UK,
25-28 June 2009. www.ideas.repec.org/p/ags/eaa111/52811.html



Malek
MA and Usami K. Determinants of non-farm employment in rural Bangladesh: a
case of advanced villages. J Bangladesh
Stud
2009; 11(2):20-34.



Malek MA and Usami K. Determinants of non-farm income diversification in
developed villages of Bangladesh:
a case of Comilla Sadar Upazila. Am J Econ BusinesAdmin2009;1(2):141-9. www.doaj.org/doaj?func=abstract&id=614319&recNo=11&toc=1&uiLanguage=en





Malek MA and Usami K. Determinants of non-farm employments in rural Bangladesh: a
case of Comilla Sadar Upazila. Proceedings of the conference on Bangladesh in
the 21 century. Bangladesh
Development Initiative, Harvard
University, 13-14 June
2008.



Malek MA and Usami K. State of
micro-enterprises in rural Bangladesh:
a case in ComillaSadarUpazila.JRuralProblems2007;43(1):228-33. www.agris.fao.org/agris-search/search/display.do?f=2008/JP/JP0819.xml;JP2007009694



Malek MA. New Development thinking: a global perspective. In: Current
thoughts on rural development. Comilla: BRAD, 2002.



Malek MA and Mamun AA. Experience of BARD in community health and
nutrition. In: Current thoughts on rural development. Comilla: BARD, 2002.



Jinnat Ara has been working
at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Research Associate since
August 2009. She has obtained masters degree in Business Administration (M.B.A)
from University of Dhaka, Bangladesh in 2006. Her research
interest includes making significant contribution to research of different
socio-economic issues, with the hopes of ultimately furthering my career in
either academia or economic policy-making and research [CV]



M Kamruz-Zaman has been
working at the Research and Evaluation Division as Staff Researcher since
November 2007. He has obtained Masters in Anthropology from Rajshahi University, Bangladesh in 2006. His
research interest includes maternal health, malaria and HIV/AIDS. [CV]



Education Unit



Samir Ranjan Nath has been
working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Programme Head,
Educational Research Unit since July 2008. He joined RED in January 1991 as
Young Researcher. Before joining BRAC he worked for Worldview International
Foundation for two-and-a-half months as Research Associate. He has obtained
masters degree in Statistics from Jahangirnagar
University in 1990 and in Educational
Research Methodology from the University
of Oxford in 1997. His
research interest includes pre-primary, primary and basic education; students
assessment; and supplementary private tutoring. He has authored four books, one
monograph, 19 articles in peer-reviewed journals and 10 book chapters as first
author. His main hobby is listening music. [CV]



His major publications:



Nath SR. Quality of Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee education
programmes: a review of research studies. In: CR Bagley and GK Verma
(Editors). Challenges for inclusion: educational and social studies from Britain and
Indian sub-continent. Rotterdam:
Sense Publishers, 2008:183-218.




Nath SR and Mahbub A. Inside schools. Dhaka: Academic Press and Publishers Library, 2008. 165p.




Nath SR. Private supplementary tutoring among primary students in Bangladesh. Edu
Stud
2008;34(1):55-72.



Nath SR and Sylva K. Children`s access to pre-school education in Bangladesh. Int
J Early Years Edu
2007;15(3):275-95.



Nath SR. Self-reporting and test discrepancy: evidence from a national literacy
survey in Bangladesh.
Int Rev Edu 2007;53(2):119-33.



Nath SR. The transition from non-formal to formal education: the case of BRAC, Bangladesh. Int
Rev Edu
2002;48(6):517-24.



Nath SR and Chowdhury AMR. Levels and trend of basic education in Bangladesh:
1993-98. Edu Stud 2002;28(1):77-92.



Nath SR and Hadi A (2000. Role of education in reducing child labour: evidence
from rural Bangladesh.
J Biosoc Sci 2000;32:301-13.



Nath SR, Sylva K, Grimes J. Raising basic education levels in rural Bangladesh: the
impact of a non-formal education programme. Int Rev Edu 1999;45(1):526.



Nath SR. Health knowledge of rural Bangladeshi children: does BRACs non-formal
schools programme have any impact? Health Education Journal,
1999;58(1):26 38



Rifat Afroze has been working
at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Senior Research Associate
since October 2009.



Md. Anwar Hossain has been
working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Senior Field Operation
Officer since November 2005. Before joining RED he worked as part-time Research
Assistant at RED since October1998. He obtained Masters in Sociology from
Asian University
of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh
in 2008. His main hobbies include traveling and listening songs. [CV]



Md. Mahbubul Kabir has been
working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Senior Research Fellow
since October 2009. At present he is serving as the Cooordinator for BRAC
international research for Asian countries. He joined RED in June 2003 as
Junior Research Associate. He has obtained masters degree in Sociology from the
University of Dhaka, Bangladesh in 1999. He has obtained Master of Philosophy
degree in Indigenous Studies from the University
of Tromso, Norway in 2009. His research
interest includes education and language issues of indigenous children, sociological
issues in primary and secondary education of Bangladesh, and social psychology
of education. His main hobbies include traveling, reading and collecting books,
and watching movie. [CV]



His major publications/reports are:



Kabir MM. Let`s go back to go forward: history and practice of schooling in the
indigenous communities in Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh.
Troms
Universitetet i Troms, Norway, 2009. (MPhil thesis) www.ub.uit.no/munin/handle/10037/2065.



Kabir MM. Nath SR. Needs of ethnic
students for learning improvement in secondary school. Bangladesh
Edu J
2006;5(2):35-48.



Kabir MM, Afroze A, Aldeen M. Impact Assessment of Adolescent Development
Programme of BRAC. BRAC, 2007. .



Kabir MM. Looking at ins and outs: Process documentation research on education
for indigenous children programme. BRAC, 2004



Utpal Mallick has been
working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Staff Researcher since
November, 2011. Prior to join BRAC he worked as Intern at Center for the
Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP), Quality Monitor for Research, Training
and Management (RTM) International and Assistant Program Officer for Research
Initiatives, Bangladesh (RIB). He obtained Bachelor degree in Speech &
Language Therapy from the University
of Dhaka and Masters degree in
Educational Leadership, Planning and Management from BRAC University.
He also attended international conferences to home and abroad and presented
research papers. He is specialized in human communication, child development,
disability issues and educational administration. His research interests are
pertaining to special educational needs and management of education from
pre-primary to tertiary levels.



Durdana Nahid has been
working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Staff Researcher since
November 2011.She has obtained her masters degree in Anthropology from Jahangirnagar University in 2010.Her research interest
includes gender issues, educational advancement, social structure and cultural
practices and development studies. Her main hobbies include reading books,
watching movies and traveling.



Environment Unit



Nepal Chandra Dey has been working at the
Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Research Fellow & Coordinator
since September 2009. Before joining RED he worked with different national and
international organizations for more than 13 years in different capacities. He
has started his professional carrier in the Department of Water Resources
Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) as
Teaching Assistant. He worked as Agricultural Engineer/Project Director in the
Department of Agricultural Extension, Ministry of Agriculture, GoB, as
Education Advisor in the Embassy of Japan, Bangladesh, as Environment &
Sustainable Development Specialist, UNDP Bangladesh, as Research Fellow in
CASEED. He has obtained Ph.D degree in Bioenvironment Science from Tottori University, Japan in 2006. His research
interest includes environmental degradation study, climate change and health
impact, sustainability of water use, water pollution and water quality,
environmental toxicology. He has 41 publications including journal articles, book
chapters, monographs, working papers, conference proceedings, etc
. [CV]



His major
publications:



Dey NC. Hayaka, S, Kimura R,
Kamichika M and Ibaraki,
Y. Relationship between land surface conditions and spectral reflectance. J
Ag Eng
2010; 38(1):25-31.





Dey NC. Sujit K. Bala and
Seiji Hayakawa. Assessing the economic benefits of improved irrigation
management: a case study of Bangladesh.
Water Policy J 2006; 8(6):573-84. (Available from:
www.iwaponline.com/wp/00806)





Dey NC and Hayakawa S. The
characteristics of vegetation indices using landsat data of land cover species.
J Agri Meteorol 2005; 60(5):557-60.





Dey NC and Talukder MSU. The
change of soil physico-chemical properties due to differenttillage practices. Bangladesh
J Water Resource Research
2002; 19:101-6.





Dey NC, Bhuiyan MA, Mirjahan
M. Field verification of unsaturated hydraulic conductivity models based on
soil moisture retention data. Bangladesh
J Water Resource Res
2002; 19:57-67.





Dey NC and Talukder MSU.
Performance study of different tillage implements and their impact on yield
characteristics of wheat. Bangladesh
J Scientific Res
2002; 19(2):40-5.





Dey NC and Muhammed A.
Bhuiyan. Evaluation and assessment of unsaturated Hydraulic Conductivity of
soil based on soil moisture retention data. J Ag Eng 2002; 29 / AE:
37-41.





Dey NC and Haq F. Use of
pesticides in vegetable farms and its impact on health of farmers and
environment. In: Sorial and Hong (editor). Proceedings from the
International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, held 12-16
July 2010 in Houston.
Texas:
American Science Press;





Dey NC and Rana AKM. Womens
role in household water management in rural Bangladesh. In: Sorial and
Hong (editor). Proceedings from the International Conference on
Environmental Science and Technology, held 12-16 July 2010 in Houston. Texas: American Science Press; 1:75-80.





Dey NC. Status of arsenic
contamination in groundwater of southern Bangladesh: A population based
survey. In: Sorial and Hong (editor). Proceedings from the
International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, held 12-16
July 2010 in Houston.
Texas:
American Science Press; 1:51-56.



M Tahera Akther has
been working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Senior Research
Associate since March 2010.



Sifat-E-Rabbi has been
working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Research Associate
since October 2009. She has obtained masters degree in geography and
environment from University of Dhaka,
Bangladesh in
2009. Her research interest includes water and sanitation, climate change, and
indoor air pollution. Her main hobbies include traveling, music, and reading
books. [CV]



Ratnajit Sahahas been working at the Research and Evaluation Division as Staff
Researcher since November 2011.



Food Security & Nutrition Unit





Barnali Chakraborty has been working at the Research and Evaluation
Division as Research Fellow since August, 2011. She has obtained masters degree
in Public Health from Vrije University and Royal Tropical Institute, KIT, Amsterdam, The
Netherlands



Umme Salma Mukta has been working at the Research and Evaluation Division as Staff
Researcher since 2008.



Saira Parveen Jolly has been working at the Research and Evaluation Division as Project
Coordinator since 2011.



Health and Population Unit



Anita Sharif
Chowdhury
has been working at the Research and Evaluation Division
(RED) as Research Associate since June 2009. Before joining RED she worked as
Sector Specialist (Monitoring and Evaluation) in the BRAC Health Programme
(BHP)/Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) project of BRAC for two years. She
also worked for UNFPA for one year as Programme Associate. She has obtained
Masters in Public Health from James P Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University,
Dhaka, Bangladesh
in 2008 and Masters in Demography from ISRT, Dhaka University
in 1999. She participated in a two months-long training course on research
methodology organized by School of International Training,
USA and BRAC in Dhaka in 2001. She also participated in a month-long
Introduction to Epidemiology and Biostatistics course conducted by ICDDR,B in Dhaka in 2001, and a week-long PRA training in 2000. Her
research interest include reproductive and newborn health. Her main hobbies
include reading and traveling. [CV]



Impact Assessment Unit



Andrew Jenkins has been
working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Coordinator, Impact
Assessment Unit since September 2011. He joined RED in September, 2011 as
Coordinator, Impact Assessment Unit. Before joining RED he worked as Donor
Liaison Officer in the Donor Liaison Office of BRAC for 2 years. He also
worked as for the Netherlands Government, European Commission, ADB and World
Bank as a consultant in rural development and water management. He has obtained
a degree (BA) in Social Science from Leeds
University in England and a degree (MSc) in Agricultural
Engineering from Cranfield University in England. He has a postgraduate
certificate in Education from the Open University in England. His research interests
include impact evaluation, rural development, water management, institutional
development, and politics of climate change. He has co-authored one book
entitled: The Net: Power Structure in 10 Villages published by BRAC
(1979). His main hobbies include sailing and cooking. Email address andrew.je@brac.net



For his major publications/reports:



De Heer, J.M. and Jenkins, A, Practices of Cross Cultural Collaboration
in Sustainable Water September 2011.Management in Bangladesh. International Journal
of Business Anthropology
, Volume 3(1),



Smedema, L.K and Jenkins, A. Desalinisation of recently accreted coastal
land in the eastern part of the Bay of Bengal, Bangladesh. Agricultural Water
Management
Volume
13, Issue 1
, April 1988, Pages 1-11.



Other:



Andrew Jenkins, Anjan Kumar Dutta, Manzur Hasan and Khaja Zahurul Islam
Khan. The Net:
Power Structure In Ten Villages.
Rural Study Series 2, BRAC Research and
Evaluation Division. BRAC Prokashana 1980.



Mohiuddin Ahmed and Andrew Jenkins (1988) Traditional Land-grabbing and
Settlement Patterns in the South Eastern Delta. Paper presented at the
International Symposium on the Impacts of Riverbank Erosion, Flood Hazard and
Population Displacement. Dhaka (April), 30pp.



Joost Foppes, Thong Fanh Phongsavath and Andrew Jenkins. Shifting Ideas
about Shifting Cultivation. Shifting Cultivation Systems and Rural Development
in the Lao PDR, report of the Nabong Technical Meeting, Nabong Agriculture
College, Lao People`s Democratic Republic, July 14-16, 1993.



Andrew Jenkins. Ten Easy Mistakes in Managing Rural Development Projects
(and how not to make them). Greenleaf Publications, Teversal, 2001.



Andrew Jenkins, Alamgir
Chowdhury, Md. Shorab
Hossein. Participatory Water Resource Management the best form of adaptation to
climate change: practical experiences from cyclones ailaand sidr in Patuakhali
and Barguna Districts. International Conference on Water and Flood Management
(ICWFM-2011) 8-10 January 2011, Bangladesh.



Md. Abdul Alim
has been working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Research
Associate since May 2006. He joined RED in December 1999 as Young Researcher.
Before joining RED he worked as Programme Organizer in BRAC Development
Programme for 15 months. He has obtained Masters in Development Studies from
the Institute of Social
Studies, The Hague,
The Netherlands in 2004. He has also obtained Masters in Sociology from the University of Dhaka,
Dhaka, Bangladesh in 1994. He got training
on SPSS and applied statistics, research methods for NGO managers, participatory
rural appraisal method, use of qualitative research methods in studying
reproductive health and risk behaviour from different institutions and
universities. His research interest includes gender, informal justice system,
and social development. [CV]



His major publications/reports:



Alim MA and Ali TO. NGO-shalish and justice-seeking behaviour in rural Bangladesh. Dhaka: BRAC, 2006. (Unpublished)



Alim MA. Building positive attitude towards gender equality: A baseline survey
on gender equality action learning programme of BRAC. Dhaka:
BRAC, 2006. (Unpublished)



Alim MA. A baseline survey on road safety awareness programme in Nabiganj
upazila. Dhaka: BRAC, 2005. (Unpublished)



Alim MA and Solaiman M. The role of Palli samaj in targeting effectiveness of
100-day employment generation programme. Dhaka:
BRAC, 2009. (Unpublished)



Alim MA. BRAC and the women members of union parishad: facilitating good
governance at grass roots? Dhaka: BRAC, 2007.
(Unpublished)



Alim MA. Change in knowledge, perception, and attitudes of the villagers
towards gender roles and gender relations, Dev Practice 2009;19(3):300-10.



Alim MA. Knowledge, perception, attitudes, and behaviour of the villagers
toward gender, In: Pathways out of extreme poverty: findings from round I
survey of CFPR phase. Dhaka: BRAC.
2009:161-79.



Md.Mahbubur Rahman ツhas been working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as
Senior Research Associate since May 2011. He joined RED in 22nd May, 2011 as
Research Associate. Before joining RED he worked as Team Leader in the CFPR-TUP
of BRAC for one and half years. He also worked for North South
University for six months
as Teaching Assistant. He has obtained masters degree in Economics from the University of Dhaka in 2007 and Bachelor degree in
Economics from same University in 2008. His research interest include impact
evaluation of MDGs especially extreme poverty, microfinance, primary education,
TB, malaria, maternal & child health, genderツ and environment. His
main hobbies include traveling, reading, sports and watching movies.



Fathema Zhura Khatoon has
been working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as a Research
Associate since January 2012. Before joining RED she worked as Manager
(Planning & Development) in the Gender Justice & Diversity Programme of
BRAC for five months. She also worked for BARCIK, GEN-B, UNEP for 3 years as a
Research Fellow & Gender Specialist. She has obtained MSc from the Jahangirnagar University
in 1994 and master degree in Geography from Durham University, UK
in 2007. She got training on Regional Impact Evaluation organized by the World
Bank in 2012, and Scientific Writing organized by BRAC/RED in 2012. Her
research interest includes environment and gender. Her main hobbies are
traveling and reading books. E-mail: fathema.zk@brac.net;
alizaripon@yahoo.co.uk



Her major publications/reports:



Saika U, Khatoon FZ, Huda KMS, Surface water quality of Dhaka city and its environmental impact In: Husain Z and
Cajee L (Editors).テつ Water crisis in the Indian sub-continent. Delhi: Bookwell,
2012:387-410.



Taznin A, Khatoon FZ, Alam MM, Huda KMS, Water logging: women vulnerability
and responsibility. In: Husain Z and Cajee L (Editors). Water crisis in the
Indian sub-continent. Delhi:
Bookwell, 2012:185-200.



Taznin A, Khatoon FZ, Huda KMS. Women status, vulnerability and
preparedness in river bank erosion (In Bangla). Bhugal Patrika 2010; 28:31-44.



Taznin A, Khatoon FZ, Huda KMS. Women oppression, torture and violence:
a case study on Savar Paurashava. J Bangladesh National Geog Assoc
2010; 36 (1&2):53-67.



Sen S, Khatoon FZ, Akther T, Akter S, Rahman AM, Rahman SM, Lamin S. Climate
Change: Impacts and adaptation strategies of the indigenous communities of
Bangladesh. Dhaka: BARCIK, 2009.



Taznin A, Khatoon FZ, Huda KMS. Spatial analysis of oppression, torture
and violence on women (In Bangla). Bhugal Patrika 2009; 27:17-36.





Health and Population Research



Hashima-E-Nasreen a public health researcher is working as a Programme
Head, Health and Population Research Unit and coordinator of MNCH research unit
at the Research and Evaluation Division, BRAC since 1994. She is a medical doctor
(MBBS), and received Masters in Public Health (MPH) from Umea
University, Sweden
in 2001and a PhD in medical science from Karolinska
Institutet, Sweden
in 2011. She has received professional training on sexuality and reproductive
health, HIV/AIDS in reproductive health settings, health economics from India; East-West University,
Hawaii; and Umea University, Sweden.
She acted as an advisor with UNFPA to evaluate the contribution of UNFPA and
IPPF in addressing youths reproductive health needs and rights since ICPD in Bangladesh, and with CARE-Bangladesh to review
HIV/AIDS and commercial sex workers in Bangladesh. She was an
international consultant in mapping the policy process and programmatic
landscape of HIV in Bangladesh
with Commonwealth Secretariat, London.
She is experienced with managing collaborative research projects with ICDDR,B
and Plan International (Bangladesh),
ICRW and CEDPA (USA), University of Aberdeen (Scotland),
and Karolinska Institutet (Sweden).
She has a number of publications in the reputed peer-reviewed international
journals. She has disseminated research paper in several international
conferences and workshops in different countries including USA, Italy,
Scotland, Germany, Philippines,
Sri Lanka, India, Ghana,
Ethiopia.
Her main areas of interests are maternal health, mental health, sexuality and
HIV/AIDS.



Atiya Rahman has been working at
the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Research Associate since October
2008. She has obtained Masters in Anthropology from the University
of Pune, India in 2008. Her research
interest includes maternal and reproductive health, child health, cultural
epidemiology and gender. Her main hobbies include singing, traveling, reading
storybooks. [CV]



Mahmuda Akter
Sarkar
has been working at the Research and Evaluation Division
(RED) as Staff Researcher since 03 April 2003. She has obtained Masters in
Islamic History and Culture from the University
of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh
in 1991. She has also obtained Bachelor of Education from Open University in
1994. Her research interest includes maternal and adolescent reproductive
health. Her main hobbies include traveling and social work. [CV]



Khadiza Begum
has been working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Research
Assistant since February 2007. She also worked for Child Health Unit under the
Public Health Sciences Division, ICDDR,B from January to December 2006 as Field
Research Supervisor. She has obtained Masters in Sociology from the National
University, Bangladesh in 2001. She has a training on Milestone Calendar at
Child Development Component from ICDDR,B in February 2009. Her research
interest includes maternal, neonatal and child health. Her main hobbies include
traveling and social work. [CV]



Social Development & Human Right



Mohammad Rafi
is a Head of Research SD & HR at RED and is coordinating the Social
Development research unit. He received a PhD in Sociology from Emory University, USA. He has published both in
national and international peer reviewed journals on research methodology,
social impact of BRAC, and group dynamics. He has also authored/edited a
bookテつ Counting the Hills: Assessing Development in Chittagong Hill
Tracts (UPL 2001). [CV]



Rumana Ali has
been working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Staff Researcher.



Mrinmoy Samadder has been working at the Research and Evaluation
Division (RED) as Research Associate since February 2009. He joined RED in
February, 2007 as Research Assistant. Before joining RED he also worked for
BIDS for six months as Research Officer. He has obtained Masters in Anthropology
from the University of Dhaka, Dhaka,
Bangladesh in
2004. He got training on research methodology from BRAC University.
His research interest includes pluralistic culture, alternative dispute
resolution, group dynamics, gender and environment. His main hobbies include
reading, traveling, watching movies and playing cricket. [CV]



His major publication:



Khan, A. and Samadder, M. (2012). Weeping of the forest: Unheard voices
of Garo Adivasi inテつBangladesh. Minority and Group
Rights. Volume 4, Issue 1, Pp 317 - 326.



Khan, A. and Samadder, M.(2011).Living like a prisoner: documenting the Bihari
community`s experiences of crime and insecurity in Bangladesh. journal of
Humanities and Social Sciences.Volume 4, Issue1,2011.



Kundu, D.K. and Samadder, M.
(2013).
Bundle of tears versus strength
of numbers: A study on gender Justice and group dynamics in Bangladesh. The
Journal of Social Studies, Vol. 137, pp 56-75.



Khan, A. and Samadder, M. (2012).Realizing gender: A lens to see through
BRAC`S endeavour. The Journal of Social Studies.Volume- 134, pp 48-64.



Kundu, D.K. and Samadder, M. (2010) Understanding Alternative Dispute
Resolution (ADR) and Gender Justice in Bangladesh: Myth and
テつReality. Journal of Institute
of Bangladesh Studies.

Volume-33, PP 27



Samadder M. When occupation leads social exclusion:an experience of
Bedey Community. The Journal of Social Studies. Dhaka:
CSS. 2011 October-December: 132 (17-36).



Administration, and Logistics



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the Manager Admin.



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Assistant Officer



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Assistant Manager Admin



Data Management Unit



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Coordinator Data Management.



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Assistant Manager, Data Management.



Field Management Unit



Syed Suaib Ahmed has been working at the Research and Evaluation
Division (RED) as Unit Coordinator Field Operation.



M Farid Ahmed has been working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Field
Manager.



Aroj Ali Joardder has been working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Field
Operation Officer.



Knowledge Management Unit



Iftekhar A Chaudhury has been
working as Coordinator Editing and Publications since November, 2013.



Rusanara Akther has been working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as
Officer Knowledge Management. She has obtained Masters in Computer Science and
Engineering.



MA Razzaque
works as the Assistant Manager, Graphics Design.



Md. Akram Hossain has been working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Data
Management Officer since June 2002. He also worked as a Research Assistant in
RED for one year (Dec 1998-Dec 1999). Before joining BRAC he worked as Data Entry
Operator (Part-time) in Kishan (Digital Architects Limited) during
April-September 1997, and as Accounts Assistant in Hot Hut! Quality Food during
April 1996-December 1997. He has a Bachelor degree in Commerce from the
National University, Bangladesh in 1994. He has completed different certificate
courses on computer hardware and software application from different computer
training organizations in Dhaka during 1995-96
and 2000. He also got a training on Micro computing application in
administration and management organized by BIAM, Dhaka
in December 2000. Besides, he took Intensive course in basic English from the University of Dhaka,
Dhaka, Bangladesh during March-May 2002.
His main hobbies include amateur photography on social sensitive issues. [CV]



Altamas Pasha has been
working at the Research and Evaluation Division (RED) as Manager-Knowledge
Management since July 2004. Before joining BRAC he worked in the Media and
Communication Division of Christian Commission for Development in Bangladesh
(CCDB) for seven years as an Assistant Editor, three years in Policy Research
for Development Alternative as an Assistant Editor. He also worked as Feature
Editor and Special correspondent of The Daily Janakantha, The Daily
Muktakantho, The Bangladesh Observer, The Monthly Computer Bichitra,
fortnightly Anannya. He has professionla expertise in ICT media. He was the
contributory Editor of monthly The Computing. He was also the Special
Correspondent of monthly The Computer Bhuhan, The Computer and Electronic Journal,
and The monhtly Computer Jagat. He has obtained Masters in Psychology
(Specialization in Counseling and Guidance) from the University
of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
His writing interest includes women empowerment and information and
communication technology, child rights issues and violence against women during
war. He has published a good number of articles and features in different
dailies, weeklies, and fortnightlies; he is also a science fiction writer of Bangladesh. His
main hobbis include singing, recitation, stamp collection, and collection of
rare books. [CV]



His major publications/reports:



Pasha A. Is it logical to build nuclear power
plant in Bangladesh?
(In Bangla). Jugantor 16 Aug 2012.



Pasha A.Living condition of floating population (In Bangla). Samakal 23
Jan 2011.



Pasha A. Intellectual property rights, economic development, and
information technology: Bangladesh
perspective. Bangladesh
ICT4D Network, 23 Dec 2007.



Pasha A. Role of IPR in the development of ICT. Bangladesh
ICT4D Network, 09 Dec 2007.



Pasha A. Shadesh ekhon kemon cholche (In Bangla). Aishob Dinrath,
issue-2, Nov 2007.



Pasha A. Women and information technology (In Bangla). Fortnightly
Anannya, issue-23, Oct 2006.



Pasha A. Can animal understand about earth quake before it happens (In
Bangla)? Daily Bangla Bazzar Potrika, 17 Dec 2003.



Pasha A. Internationla criminal court and preservation of human rights.
(In Bangla). Ain-O-Shalish Kendra Bull, May 2003.



Pasha A. Gas exploration can harm the marine environment. The Daily
Star, 15 Feb 2002.



Pasha A. Bangladesh er chikitsha babostha. (In Bangla), Weekly AHARAHA,
March 2000.



Pasha A. Ghum rahashya (mystery of sleep) (In Bangla), Daily
Moktakantha, 12 May 2000.



Pasha A. Shesh ziboner bedona (Pain of the old age) (In Bangla).
Fortnightly Anannya, issue-05, Dec 1999.























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