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- Centre Of Excellence For Gender, Sexual And Reproductive Health And Rights (CGSRHR)
Moumita Islam is an anthropology graduate from BRAC University. She has completed her Masters in Development Studies from BRAC University. She is working as a Research Associate at BRAC James P Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University. She is equally interested in both quantitative and qualitative research with a keen interest in gender inequality, sexual and reproductive health and rights, urban slum and public policy. She has expertise on conducting qualitative research, ethnography, participant observation, developing questionnaires, interview guidelines, conducting in-depth interviews, key informant interviews and focused group discussion, writing reports.
Method: Qualitative research. Topic: Gender SRHR Urban slum Government Policy
“Submitted: "Social Network as Community Resilience"; Authors: Selima Kabir, Moumita Islam, Amal Chowdhury, and Clare, Julia, Naila, Rosemary, and Sabina Faiz Rashid”