Mailing Address
MOZAMMEL HOQUE Flat # A-3, ‘Desdemona’ 140, Lake Circus Kalabagan, Dhaka-1205 Bangladesh

Contact Phone Number and E-mail Address
Phone: 88-02-8152898 Mobile: 88-01713-046735 E-mail:

(a) MBA (majored in Finance) from the Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka, in 1984 (b) MA (with Honours) in English from the University of Dhaka, in 1979.

Organizational Review and Development; Institutional Development; Facilitation in the DACUM (Developing a Curriculum) Method for Training and Task Analysis (Certified Trainer in Bangladesh); Designing, Salary Survey; Training on General Management for NGOs; Appraisal and Evaluation of Development and Business/Economic Projects; Microenterprise Credit Management; Training for Entrepreneurship Development; Feasibility Studies for Business/Economic Projects; Participatory Strategy Formulation; Women’s Rights; Child Rights and Child Protection; Land and Agrarian Rights; Rights of the Hilly and Plain-land Indigenous Communities; Donor-NGO Partnership; Poverty Reduction (UNDPcertified in the Poverty Reduction Course); Results Management Guidelines (UNDP-certified).

Period 01/2004 – 11/2007 06/1997 – 12/2003 Organization UNDP, Bangladesh Position Assistant Country Director Managing Director/Freelance Consultant Responsibilities Strategic Management and Policy Support in the areas of (a) Human Resources Management, (b) Procurement Management, and (c) Travel Management. Major involvements had been mainly in the areas of preparation of large development project proposals; impact evaluation of various types of development projects; designing and evaluating gender-oriented projects; organizational development; human resources management; benchmark survey of large socioeconomic projects; and micro credit; and micro-enterprises.

Multi-Sector Research Group (Self-Employed)

Another responsibility was to act as the Director of the SCA-sponsored CDN (Child Development Network) having a total membership of around 46 NGOs. and postal life insurance. 03/1983 – 06/1985 01/1982 – 02/1983 1980 – 12/1982 BCS (Bangladesh Civil Service) TNT-Skypak. CONSULTANCIES i) Year 2009 Business/Economic Consultancies Client(s) JICA/JBIC Position Senior Consultant Major Tasks Conducted the Ex-poste Monitoring Survey following the Ex-poste Evaluation in 2003on the Project for “Capacity Enhancement and Environmental Management in and around the Ghorashal Fertilizer Factory” (The Factory is owned and operated by BCIC .Bangladesh Chemical Industries Corporation). Designed and installed a delivery-and-pick up plan for the Dhaka Station of this world courier network plan. Dhaka Probationary Assistant Postmaster-General Planning Manager Probationer C. EU (European Union)/IFC/BICF (Bangladesh Investment Expert in Business Climate Analysis . railway mail service. Carried out an independent study into the Current Scenario and Problems and Possible Roadmap of two particular business sectors in Bangladesh.e. Senor Program Officer 07/1985 – 03/1988 CARE InternationalBangladesh Consultant.. and monitored a project for women’s development. i. managing overall coordination of the Bangladesh Program of SCA consisting of 12 local partner NGOs. focusing on child rights advocacy and child-related research and training. on a review of Microenterprise Credit Programs in Bangladesh Project Manager/Assistant Administrator Overall coordination of the Bangladesh Program of SCA consisting of 12 local partner NGOs. institutional selfsufficiency of NGOs.07/1992 – 06/1997 Save the Children Australia (SCA). Established and implemented a paddycultivation project for the landless and the farmers in the northern part of Bangladesh. training on small and micro enterprises. Sectoral research on business and development issues. industrial viability studies. and suggested a market promotion plan. and represented Grindlays Bank PLC to the Bangladesh Bank on issues related to settlement of export bills. (i) Textiles and (ii) Readymade Garments. Dhaka USAID/Ohio State University Program Coordinator. Dealt with various general banking practices. designed a compensation plan for project farmers owning plots of land with damaged crops. exchange rate administration. and industrial action research A countrywide review of micro-enterprise credit programs in Bangladesh with emphasis on their credit management. Received training as a probationer on various matters relating to the activities of post offices of various grades. at Dhaka Grindlays Bank PLC. and negotiation of export bills. Dhaka 10/1988 – 06/1992 04/1988 – 10/1988 MIDAS (Micro Industries Development Assistance Society).

Identification of the Viable Sectors of Intervention for the following 5 years (2001-2005) and Preparation of a Project Proposal for Grant Funds from Prospective Donors. 4 Oxfam International’s relevant publications. one critical publication by the ActionAid International. Critical Review of the World Development Report 2008 from the Perspective of Agriculture in Bangladeshconsidering review of the Report. Suggesting Management System for Training of the Rural Poor on Poultry Management. Proposal for Initiating and Enhancing Usage of Natural Gas (to be provided by Grameen Shakti) in the Rural Areas of Bangladesh with the Objective to Reduce Domestic Fuel Shortage and indoor Pollution. so the PBSs could improve their Customer Mix and Expansion of their Electricity Network. finding out the Appropriate Scale and Technology for Massive Poultry Production. Proposal for Empowering Bangladesh Rural Women through Micro Enterprises by Using Renewable Energy Resources (especially Solar Cells). Identifying and Suggesting the Sustainability Aspects of the 3-year Project and Write-up of the Proposal seeking Donor Grant Funds. and 3 additional publications by the World Bank. around 34 Policies of the Government of Bangladesh. as part of a 5-country series of studies titled “State Contribution to Trade and Development”. Carried out a detailed research into the Trade Policy and Implementation Scenario with special reference to Financial Governance and Social Development in Bangladesh. Bangkok Grameen ShaktiDhaka Grameen Shakti Grameen Byabsha Bikash-Dhaka Senior Consultant/Team Member Consultant Consultant Consultant 2000 1999 Grameen Fund (Venturefinancing division of the Grameen Family)-Dhaka Grameen Shamogree (a member of the Grameen Family of Organisations) CDF (Credit and Development Forum) USAID’s JOBS (Job Opportunities and Business Support) Programme Team Leader Team Leader Consultant Team Member .2008 Climate Forum) USAID/NRECA (National Rural Electricity Cooperative of America)/ICEA (Increased Capacity for Energy Access) Oxfam (GB) Senior Consultant Carried out a survey-based research on the PBSSs (Palli Bidyut Samitis) or Rural Electricity Cooperatives of Bangladesh in order to find out the Factors Contributing to Growth of Enterprises and the resultant Economic Development in different PBS command areas. Providing Support to the JOBS Programme for Designing a Strategy to implement a Training Programme and a Programme for Advisory Services to Facilitate Transfer of Technology to Various Enterprises in the Small Electrical Goods Sub-sector of Bangladesh. Studying the Feasibility of Grameen Shamogree’s Ownership and Operation of a New Dairy Farm using the MILKPRO System (a South African low-cost milk packaging-pasteurizing-cooling technology) Study on the Viability of On-lending by CDF and Identification of the Suitable Strategy for CDF’s Onlending. The programme implementation was aimed at drawing Senior Consultant 2003 2001 UNDP/UNDESA (United Nations Department for Economic and Social Affairs). Assessment of Market Demand for Poultry Products.

FBCCI etc. Formation of Entrepreneurs) Project. 3-year Programme Evaluation. The study was one of the 8 sub-sector studies undertaken by the JOBS Programme for future interventions. The programme implementation was aimed at drawing benefits for private businesses technically through their respective associations (DCCI. an NGO in the southern part of Bangladesh.) overseen by the relevant ministries of the Government. Study on the Small and Micro Credit Activities of 10 Financing Institutions (5 NGOs and 5 banks) with a view to producing a Reference Book for the Small and Micro Entrepreneurs. for recommending action regarding the future course of action for the SDC-funded .) overseen by the relevant ministries of the Government. The programme implementation was aimed at drawing benefits for private businesses technically through their respective associations (DCCI. ii) Year 2010 Institutional Development and Strategic Analysis Client(s) SDC-Dhaka Position Team Leader Major Tasks Organizational Assessment of Rupantar. FBCCI etc. Team Leader (Small Electrical Goods Subsector of Bangladesh) Deputy Team Leader Team Leader 1998 USAID’s JOBS (Job Opportunities and Business Support) Programme USAID’s JOBS (Job Opportunities and Business Support) Programme Team Leader USAID’s JOBS (Job Opportunities and Business Support) Programme Team Member (in a team of 3) 1995 BASC (Business Advisory Services Centre).) overseen by the relevant ministries of the Government. Identification of 8 Industrial Sub-sectors Holding Prospects for Growth.1998 BangladeshGerman CEFE (Creation of Enterprises. FBCCI etc. Study into the Problems and Prospects of the Sub-sector of Electrical Small Goods Sub-sector of Bangladesh.) overseen by the relevant ministries of the Government. Designing of 4 Specific Intervention Plans in the Small Electrical Goods Sub-sector of Bangladesh. FBCCI etc.a project of USAID-Dhaka Consultant Drawing up a Work Plan for Implementation of 4 Specific Intervention Plans in the Small Electrical Goods Sub-sector of Bangladesh.) overseen by the relevant ministries of the Government. The programme implementation was aimed at drawing benefits for private businesses technically through their respective associations (DCCI. earlier delivered to the Government of Bangladesh by the Netherlands.Dhaka USAID’s JOBS (Job Opportunities and Business Support) Programme NEI (Netherlands Economic Institute) Consultant benefits for private businesses technically through their respective associations (DCCI. The programme implementation was aimed at drawing benefits for private businesses technically through their respective associations (DCCI. FBCCI etc. Study into Traffic Usage Pattern and the Socio-economic Impact of 254 Portable Steel Bridges at Various Locations in Bangladesh. The assignment was taken up by the JOBS Programme as a preparatory work to support the small and micro entrepreneurs.

CARE. Hygiene Education and Water-Bangladesh) being implemented by UNICEF throughout Bangladesh. Acting as the Consultant on NGO Management and Management Principles for Preparation of three Proposals to Implement 5 Interventions of the ADB-funded UPHCP (Urban Primary Health Care Project). Service Conditions and Contracting for Hiring more than 100 Labour Counsellors in various manufacturing units at different EPZs (Export Processing Zones) in Bangladesh. NGOs. Provided consultancy services to AAB (ActionAid Bangladesh) in the areas of HR (Human Resources) and OD (Organizational Development) among 5 (five) other Thematic Areas for Final External Review of their (AAB’s) Third (Country Strategy Paper (CSP). private sector vendors. The stakeholders involved in the Project are: Government. local NGOs. Worked as a Management Consultant for carrying out a real-time monitoring of a project titled “SHEWA-B (Sanitation. in Dhaka Team Leader Team Member Team Member ILO’s TICSA (Trafficking in Children in South Asia) UNDP-Dhaka Team Member Advisor Consultant . among a team of 5 (five) consultants Institutional Capacity Assessment Specialist Senior Consultant ActionAid Bangladesh (AAB) “Women’s Employment Project at the Local Governance Level” after its operation through 9 (nine) consecutive years. (b) Salary Review. Assessing the Capacity of DCC (Dhaka City Corporation). The Labour Counsellors form part of the CSRs (Corporate Social Responsibilities) being carried out by EPZs and other Special Economic Zones authorities in this country. Water and Communications of the Netherlands and the Ministry of Water Resources of Bangladesh. Thakurgaon and Panchagarh) Acting as Advisor to UNDP for (a) Recruitment of HighQuality Staff. Designing of Salary Scales. Worked as the Management Expert in the Mid-Term Review of a development project implemented by Mohila Ainjibi Samiti (Women Lawyers’ Association). (c) Assessment of Skills UN/ILO (International Labour Office) 2009 WB/IFC/BICF (Bangladesh Investment Climate Forum) UNICEFBangladesh Expert in Institutional Development 2002 UNDP-Bangladesh / Bangladesh Election Commission NORAD/SIDA/ NOVIB ADB/BWHC/Nari Moitree/BAPSA. UNICEF.Netherlands Embassy-Dhaka Institutional Development Expert Management Consultant.. children. women. and the urban poor (i. They act as advisors to both the management authorities and the CBAs/trade unions. Review of the Water Sector Reforms in Bangladesh since 2000 and the contributions made to this process by the Twinning Arrangement between the Ministry of Transport. Partner NGOs. focusing on the interventions in 3 border districts (Dinajpur.e. Mid-Term Evaluation and Strategy Formulation 2003-2007 for the two-year pilot project as a member of the 3-member Evaluation Team. 4 (four) city corporations with funding by the donors and the Government. Personnel Review of a Project titled “Strengthening the Election Commission for Improvement in the Electoral Process”. slum-dwellers). and CLM (Child Labour Monitoring Unit in the Ministry of Labour & Employment) in order to curb/eliminate Worst Forms of Child Labour from Dhaka city in ILO/Government’s Time-bound Project UIEP (Urban Informal Economy Project). The participants in implementation of the programme were the private sector business entities.

Strategy Formulation & Preparation of a Project for ADB funds to obtain support for FPAB’s Proposed Intervention into Behaviour Change Communication Activities in UPHCP funded by ADB and UNFPA. Team Member Consultant 1995 Working as the Expert in Micro Finance and Institutional Development for the Evaluation of the Dhaka (Tikkapara) Project and the Jamalpur Project of ACTIONAIDBangladesh for their possible phase-out. Dhaka ADB/FPAB Team Leader Team Leader Team Leader Team Member Consultant Team Member Consultant 2000 UNDP/UNOPS. to Identify the Opinions of the Government. Redesigning of ACTIONAID-Bangladesh’s Salary Structure and Organisation Structure beside Designing and Re-designing of 35 Job Descriptions at par with the newly evolving Organisation Structure. Dhaka Consultant among UNDP-Bangladesh Staff. Personnel Management Review. emphasizing on the Salary Scales and the Organisation Structure. maintained and overseen by the Government of Bangladesh. Dhaka LWF (Lutheran World Federation)/RDRS (Rangpur Dinajpur Rural Service) SMC (Social Marketing Company)/USAID. Dhaka USAID 1999 ACTIONAIDBangladesh The World Bank in Dhaka Team Member 1998 1997 ITDG (Intermediate Technology Development Group)-Bangladesh ACTIONAIDBangladesh. private businesspersons. and (f) Enhancement of Staff Motivation. the world Bank. Performance Assessment for the Staff of UNDP/UNCHS Project “Local Partnerships for Urban Poverty Alleviation”. . and the NGOs. (e) Review of Staff’s Workload. Dhaka Plan International Bangladesh. 1993 Team Member Revision of the Salary Structure and Practices for 550 staff of SMC. Review of Salary Scales in the Rural Projects of UNDPBangladesh in Comparison with Other Comparator Organisations. Identifying the Role of NGOs and the Private Sector in Health Care Delivery and their Regulatory Mechanism. the Large Lead NGOs and Smaller Participant NGOs about the required modus operandi of the programme. (d) Career Review Discussions.. Salaries-and-Benefits Review and Designing of New Salary and Perdiem Scales for 350 staff in Plan International Bangladesh.2001 BSAF (Bangladesh Shishu Adhikar Forum) UNDP/UNCHS. (c) Assessment of Training Needs. Designing of BSAF’s Five-Year Strategy for 2003-2007. the bilateral programme between The World Bank and the Government of Bangladesh. Salary Review and Designing of a New Salary Structure. The objective was to implement the programme with participation of the ministry. based on sharing with the opinion leaders and stakeholders in administrative divisions. Assisting NNP (National Nutrition Programme).

News. an NGO based in CHT (Chittagong Hill Tracts) of Bangladesh. Carried out an analytical Media Survey on BTV (Bangladesh Television) and Bangladesh Betar (Radio Bangladesh) in order to measure the prevalence. Preparation of 8 (eight) Training Modules on 8 (eight) different Relevant Issues for the project titled” CCRNRCSED (Consolidated Community Rights over Natural Resources for Conservation of Environment and Sustainable Development). Review of 14 (fourteen) cases of private-public partnerships in the area of find out ways to negotiate steps with the Government for enhanced private-public partnerships. The proposed participants in the proposed programme included all role players in both te public and private sectors. SIDA and Norway/NORAD UNICEFBangladesh Position EvaluationandManagement Consultant (National Counterpart) Senior Consultant Major Tasks Worked as an Evaluation-Management-and-Institutional Specialist in a team of 5 (five) for Evaluation of 5-Donor Programmes/Projects in the Area of Anti-Corruption from 2002 to date 2009. type and extent of gender and child-friendliness of their various programmes. Nutrition and population in Bangladesh. Commercial. in order to find out ways for (i) a comprehensive plan (especially including distribution of child-delivery kits) in future to assist such mothers for safe child-delivery during disasters. for an ADB-funded PPTA (Project Preparatory Technical Assistance) for initiating a countrywide Public Health Sector Programme. Hygiene Education and Water-Bangladesh) being implemented by UNICEF throughout Bangladesh.the Netherlands Oxfam (GB) UNFPA Consultant Consultant Consultant Consultant ADB Consultant 2003 The World BankDhaka CIDA/Ministry of Women and Children’s Affairs. Quick Assessment of the Output and Outcome of the 7year project “Rural Community-based Health Project” at Khagrachhari district implemented by PBM (Parbatya Bouddha Mission). Poverty and Social Assessment of the Public Health Sector of Bangladesh. The study sample covered 19 (nineteen) pourashabhas (municipal areas) in this country.iii) Year 2009 Development Consultancies Client(s) ADB. Bangladesh Nari Moitree funded by Save the Team Member (Institutional Development) Senior Consultant Team Leader . Documentary. being implemented by TAUNGYA. 28 and 60) of Dhaka city where Nari DANIDADhaka/TAUNGYA (A national NGO based in the Chittagong Hill Tracts) 2008 Simavi. Exploratory Research on Livelihood and the Process of Land Dispossession among the 10 Indigenous Communities in 11 Plain-land Districts of Bangladesh Critical Review of the then Situation of Child-delivering Mothers who had to get evacuated due to the Bangladesh Floods of 2007. and Talk Show. DFID. 27. and (ii) well-coordinated distribution of relief materials among such mothers during disasters.the Netherlands.supported by Simavi. DANIDA. Worked as a Team Member and Social Analyst for conducting a Baseline Survey of a project titled “SHEWAB” (Sanitation. such as: a part of a 5-Donor and 5-Country Anti-corruption Project Evaluation. Cluster Survey on the Situation of Child Rights in for Wards (# 25.

Worked as the Institutional Development Expert for evaluating a 5-year programme funded by DFID and implemented by NGO aimed at protecting agrarian rights of the landless and sharecropper farmers in two districts (i. Acting as the NGO Management Expert for IPR (Interim Performance Review) of ADAB. contracted out by UNICEF-Dhaka.. BWHC and Marie Stoopes Clinic Society Moitree (an NGO) and SCD (Save the Children. UNDPDhaka/Ministry of Law.a conglomerate of around 12 NGOs. 2001 Consultant Consultant Wrote the Chapter on “Participation and Cultural Affairs” of the National Plan of Action (NPA) for Children-2001. Prostitution and Trafficking Programme). implemented by a local NGO in Bangladesh. Financial Management and Institutional Development for a MidTerm Review of an 8-year old project called CDA.Children-Denmark SCD (Save the Children Denmark) Simavi. NGOs. Pabna and Faridpur) in Bangladesh. Preparation of 2 (two) proposals for BWHC’s (Bangladesh Women’s Health Coalition’s) Participation in Local Community-Based Nutrition Rehabilitation Projects. NORAD. UNFPA and the Nordic Development Fund.Denmark) planned their joint project expansion.e. Translation of the 50-page National Health Policy-2000 of Bangladesh. 4 (four) city corporations with funding by the donors and the Government. Assessment of the Role of Organisational Development in the Outcome of the 5-year old “Health and Sanitation Project” of SLOPB (Stichting Land Ontwikkeling's ProjectBangladesh) in the Patuakhali District for suggesting ways for future Simavi-SLOPB relationships. Management Review of CLPTP (Child Labour. the Netherlands 2002 SDC (Swiss Development Cooperation) DFID. Review of the Bangladesh Government’s Report on the Implementation of UNCRC (United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child) and the Situation of Children in Bangladesh during 1996-2000. Dhaka Team Leader Team Leader Team Member Expert in Institutional Development Team Member Advisor Consultant SIDA/Verulam Associates Ltd. in Amsterdam. 19962003). in Dhaka. NOVIB and EZE Radda MCH-FP Centre. Mid-Term Personnel Review of IDHRB (Institutional Development of Human Rights in Bangladesh. The participants in implementation of the programme were the private sector business entities. Preparation of 6 Project Proposals under the UPHCP (Urban Primary Health Care Project) funded by ADB. to lead nurturing and graduation of the CLPTP Secretariat as an independent organization. Completion of 16 PRA (Participatory Rapid appraisal) Workshops conducted by IVDC (Integrated Village Development Centre). Worked as the Specialist in Micro Credit. Team Member Consultant 1999 Team Member Team Member UNICEF/IVDC Consultant . Justice and Parliamentary Affairs of Bangladesh UNICEF/MOWCA BSAF (Bangladesh Child Rights Forum) The World BankDhaka USAID/Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of Bangladesh DfID. Worked as the Micro Credit and Management Expert in the Evaluation of the SIDA-funded project “Empowerment through Resource Mobilisation” and Appraisal of a New Project.

with funds from DfID. parents. Microenterprise Credit Programs in Bangladesh. a policy paper for programming published jointly by USAID-Dhaka and OSU (Ohio State University) under OSU’s Rural Economics and Sociology Series addressed to USAID and The World Bank. Geneva. NORAD & SIDA 1992 1990 SIDA-Dhaka PACT/PRIP (Now the PRIP Trust). covering surveys on newly enrolled students as well as older students (including their families. Institutional Self-Reliance: MIDAS’ Experience. Assisting NNP (National Nutrition Programme). and the civil society. . a national NGO. UNICEF planned to implement the strategy with participation of the city corporations. Translation of a number of chapters of the book titled “Toward Greater Financial Autonomy for NGOs”. Dhaka DfID/British High Commission. a newspaper article on possible diversification of country cheese production in Bangladesh. the world Bank. the bilateral programme between The World Bank and the Government of Bangladesh). as a result of SIDA’s support. Improvement of the Monitoring and Reporting System at Red Barnet’s 7 partner NGOs. in 1988. Team Member Save the Children Denmark. a workshop paper presented at the Workshop on Institutional Self-Reliance for organized by The Asia Foundation held at Dhaka. Evaluation of the Impact of the Programme Components of USHA (Unity for Social and Human Action). NGOs. Dhaka 1993 DANIDA PACT/PRIP.1998 UCEP (Underprivileged Children’s Educational Programmes). This article was published simultaneously in The Bangladesh Observer and The Bangladesh Times. a national NGO. in its task of Capacity Assessment of Relevant NGOs all over Bangladesh. Evaluation of the Impact of the Programme Components of SNSP (Saptagram Nari Swanirbhar Parishad). Third Pre-Mid Term Evaluation of UCEP (Underprivileged Children’s Educational Programmes). as a result of USHA’s support. PUBLICATIONS Country Cheese: Microenterprise Holds Promise. employers and communities around). on request from DANIDA (the major donor to DANIDA). The project was aimed at education and awareness of the child domestic servants in Dhaka city. Dhaka The World BankDhaka Team Leader at different City and Municipal Areas in Bangladesh for designing an Urban Development Strategy. Dhaka Team Leader Team Member Team Leader Team Member (IGAs and HR) Team Member (All Aspects) Consultant D. the Government. in February 1990. a national NGO. Designing of a 3-year Project for Implementation by Shoishab-Bangladesh. private businesspersons. and the NGOs. in 1991. A Benchmark Study and impact Study on UCEP (Underprivileged Children’s Educational Programmes) Students. The objective was to implement the programme with participation of the ministry. published by IRED.

commissioned by The World Bank and the NNP (National Nutrition Program. Transportation. AIIHPH (All India Institute of Hygiene and Public Health). UNDP. international/national NGOs. an evaluation report on the performances of the Training Centre–cumDemonstration Farm of BACE (Bangladesh Association for Community Education). F. University of Claimer: I certify that the information and data provided above are true to the best of my knowledge. Bangladesh Phone: 88-02-8116972. IMPORTANT TRAININGS FACILITATED Have so far led and/or facilitated 15 (fifteen) trainings/workshops for varied clients. conducted during July 1998-June 1999. in 2003. 1956 : Male : Bangladeshi by Birth Alumni Association of the Institute of Business Administration. in both English and Bangla. Department of Economics University of Dhaka Dhaka. Jorgen Lissner Consultant to UNDP HQ. Write and Speak) : Excellent Membership with Professional Societies • • : : 08 November. PERSONAL Date of Birth Sex Nationality Proficiency in Languages English (Read. Health and Nutrition.NGO Assessment Study for National Nutrition Program. Transforming Human Deprivation into Human Development: The Case of Bangladesh Association for Community Education. Child Domestic Work in Dhaka: An Exploitative Situation (ed. Abul Barkat Professor. Date: 05 October 2009 MOZAMMEL HOQUE . PRA.). University of Dhaka Alumni Society of the Department of English. and HR/Contracting. in December 1995.USA (Ex-Resident Representative. the Bangladesh HIV/AIDS. Write and Speak) : Excellent Bangla (Read. UNDP-Bangladesh) Phone: 45-45869080 E-mail: jorgen@lissner. Non-formal Employment. such as various donors. References Prof. and the Bangladesh Planning Commission. E.1204. 9661516 E-mail: Mr. Some of the Topics of trainings/workshops facilitated included the following: development of women and children. a study published jointly by SCA (Save the Children Australia) in Dhaka and the Anti-Slavery International (London). New York.

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