Faria Binte Arif is currently engaged as a Research Assistant in the Centre of Excellence for Science of Implementation and Scale-up (CoE-SISU) at BRAC James P Grant School of Public Health. She has pursued her Master's degree from Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet from the department of Anthropology. With the qualitative exposure, she has an interest in Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (ASRHR), gender studies, cultural anthropology, and visual anthropology. In the CoE-SISU, she has engaged in a few qualitative studies, such as the rights of People with Disability (child and youth group), Climate Change, Migration and Health Systems Resilience (ClimHB), and Health Campaign Effectiveness (HCE).
Cultural Anthropology Visual Anthropology Sexual and Reproductive Health Gender studies Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) Method Content Analysis Discourse Analysis
“Arif, F. B. (2021). Adolescent Trouble: A Qualitative Study on Menstrual Hygiene Management and Forms of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse among the Street Children in Dhaka City. Share-net Bangladesh Knowledge Products. Share-Net Bangladesh. https://www.share-netbangladesh.org/adolescent-trouble-a-qualitative-study-on-mhm-and-forms-of-sexual-exploitation-and-abuse-among-the-street-children-in-dhaka-city/”