Fatematuz-Zohra
Senior Instructor, Midwifery Education

 

 

 

 

 

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 fatematuz zohra

I am an enrolled Nurse, completed graduation in Nursing from Rajshahi University and conducted research on ‘Comparing the level of satisfaction of adult patient regarding the care given by stuff Nurses and student Nurses’ at Rajshahi Medical College Hospital. I have done my Ms. in Gerontology and Geriatric welfare from Dhaka University.

Already I worked in Prime Nursing College, Rangpur and Shaheed Monsur Ali Nursing Institute, Uttara, as a Nursing Instructor. I have joined DMP-II team in 2016 and currently working as a Senior Instructor.

Sairana Ahsan 
Research Fellow  

 

 

 

 

 

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Sairana Ahsan is a Research Fellow at JPGSPH, BRAC University, Bangladesh. She completed her MSc Public Health from University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom with a Commonwealth Scholarship. At present, she is a part of the research team of ‘Preventing early and child marriage in poor urban settlements in Bangladesh’ project, which is a three year long mixed-method project funded by IDRC Canada. Her previous projects at JPGSPH include “Gender and Adolescence: Global Evidence (GAGE)” (funded by DFID, UK) and Share-Net Bangladesh (funded by Share-Net International, the Netherlands).

 

She completed her Bachelors in Pharmacy from North South University, Bangladesh and has previously worked in a multi-national pharmaceutical company, Sanofi Bangladesh Ltd., in product management. She has more than four years of professional experience in the health sector of Bangladesh, including hospital management sector, the antibiotic market, scientific knowledge dissemination through seminars, and doctor-pharmaceutical organisation relationship.

 

Ms Ahsan’s prime focus in her research career is qualitative research and her areas of research interest involves mental health, sexual and reproductive health rights, women’s health, health inequalities and visual representation of research objectives.

Selina Amin

Head, Midwifery Education Programme and Project Director, 

Developing Midwives Project-Phase 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

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selina amin 

Selina Amin is a public health professional with 25 years’ experience in primary health care services especially in maternal, child, newborn and adolescent reproductive health in the public and private sectors of Bangladesh. At the beginning of her carrier she worked at ICDDRB for about 13 years and worked with essential services package, facility surveys, nutrition interventions at the slums and lead HiB vaccine research. She also developed a number of protocols for maternal health services. She moved to programme at Plan International as Health Advisor, worked there for nine years and implemented several projects which include activation of community clinics, developing and effectively using community skilled birth attendants (CSBAs), providing adolescent reproductive health services at the remote areas etc. She was engaged in developing a mechanism to monitor private CSBAs and their reporting system. Later at MaMoni Health System Strengthening Project of Save the Children, as a Senior Advisor she worked with human resource management team of Bangladesh and local government for efficiently providing health services at the village level. She continuously explored health system solutions for providing quality services to mothers and children through strengthening health system starting from local level with Union Health and Family Welfare Centres (UH&FWCs) to the national level.  Her accomplishment also include involving local government for using their budget for health services. In addition, Dr. Amin holds significant experience in facilitating public private partnership with a diverse group of stakeholders including government, donors, national and local organizations as well as with rural and urban poor communities.

 

Selina was fully engaged in developing neonatal strategy and adolescent reproductive health strategy of Bangladesh and published national reports on strengthening union level facilities and child marriage in recent past.

 

Selina is MBBS from Dhaka University and MSc in Public Health in Developing Countries from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


 

Selina Amin
Head, Midwifery Education Programme and Project Director, 
Developing Midwives Project-Phase 2

 

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