Farhana Alam BHUIYAN
Project Coordinator

 

 

 

 

 

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 farhana alam

Farhana Alam joined the James P Grant School of Public Health in December 2014 as a USAID Fellow in Go4Health project. Under this project she has done qualitative research which aimed for the goals for global health and governance, funded by the EU. She was also involved in developing the Framework Convention on Global Health (FCGH), a treaty that would build on the post-2015 SDGs, momentum on universal health coverage, and more. After that she worked as a Senior Research Associate in the Nuffic project, funded by the government of the Netherlands on capacity development on gender and SRHR through curriculum reform, short courses, training and research. 

 

Currently she is working as a Project Coordinator for the “Breaking the Shame” project funded by NWO-WOTRO. She is coordinating the qualitative research which is looking into SRHR educational tools in Bangladesh, to explore and bridge the existing gaps and challenges. 

She is also working on a project which focuses on Disability and SRHR, where participants will visually document their realities and thoughts around body and desire through photo voice. It is funded by Share-Net International. 

 

She completed her MPH degree from North South University, specialising in Epidemiology. She has experience in both qualitative and quantitative research.

 

Farhana Alam joined the James P Grant School of Public Health in December 2014 as a USAID Fellow in Go4Health project. Under this project she has done qualitative research which aimed for the goals for global health and governance, funded by the EU. She was also involved in developing the Framework Convention on Global Health (FCGH), a treaty that would build on the post-2015 SDGs, momentum on universal health coverage, and more. After that she worked as a Senior Research Associate in the Nuffic project, funded by the government of the Netherlands on capacity development on gender and SRHR through curriculum reform, short courses, training and research.

 

Currently she is working as a Project Coordinator for the “Breaking the Shame” project funded by NWO-WOTRO. She is coordinating the qualitative research which is looking into SRHR educational tools in Bangladesh, to explore and bridge the existing gaps and challenges.

She is also working on a project which focuses on Disability and SRHR, where participants will visually document their realities and thoughts around body and desire through photo voice. It is funded by Share-Net International.

 

She completed her MPH degree from North South University, specialising in Epidemiology. She has experience in both qualitative and quantitative research.