- Effects of School Fee Abolition Initiatives on Basic Education in Yemen
- Doctor of Philosophy, Kobe University [Expected] (September. 2015)
- Master of Economics, Kobe University (Mar. 2007)
- Bachelor of Urban and Rural Planning, Khulna University (Jun. 1995)
- Research Assistant(RA), from January 2010 to March 2013, Japan International Cooperation Agency-Research Institute(JICA-RI), Tokyo, Japan
- Education Economist (Consultant), from January 2009 to June 2009, World Bank, Yemen.
- Research Assistant(RA), from January 2009 to March 2009, Japan International Cooperation Agency-Research Institute(JICA-RI), Tokyo, Japan
- Researcher, from May 2008 to August 2008, Broadening Regional Initiative for Developing Girls’ Education (BRIDGE) Project, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), Yemen.
- Research Assistant, Provide assistance to Dr. Keiichi Ogawa Professor, GSICS, Kobe University, Japan and Dr. Mikiko Nishimura, Associate Professor, GSICS, Kobe University, Japan.
- Teaching Assistant, Provide assistance in teaching to Dr. Keiichi Ogawa, Professor, GSICS, Kobe University, Japan.
- Technical Officer – Training, from August 2000 to June 2003, NIRAHPAD MA Project (a reproductive health project having three components: safe motherhood, family planning and STD, HIV/AIDS), Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere (CARE) Bangladesh.
- Socio-economist cum Geographical Information System (GIS) Specialist, from October 1997 to August 2000, Natural Resources Planners Ltd. Malibagh, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
- GIS and Cartographic Assistant, from December 1996 to September 1997, Bangladesh Forest Department, Forest Resources Management Project (FRMP), Resource Information Management System (RIMS) Component; funded by World Bank.
- Shamsuzzoha, Md. (2008). “An Analysis of the Relationship between Education Inputs and Student Achievement in Uganda”, Ogawa, K. (Ed.), Human Resources Development and Public/Private Role in West Asia and East Africa, Kobe University, Japan.
- JICA BRIDGE Team. (2008). An Impact Analysis of the JICA Broadening Regional Initiative for Developing Girls’ Education (BRIDGE) Project: A Comparative Analysis of Baseline and Endline Surveys, Kobe University, Japan.
- Bangladesh Institute of Planners (BIP), Dhaka, Bangladesh
- Khulna University Planners Alumni (KUPA), Bangladesh
- Japan Society for International Development
Academic Conference Presentation
- “An Analysis of the Relationship between Education Inputs and Student Achievement in Uganda” presented in International Education Development Forum organized by GSICS in January 26-27, 2008.
- Bangla (Native), English (Fluent), Japanese (Basic), Arabic (Basic, Read: Fluent), Urdu (Basic), Hindi (Basic)
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