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Dr. Nizamuddin Al-Hussainy

nizam.uddin@bcas.net

 

Dr. Nizamuddin Al-Hussainy has a multi-decade track record of high impact service in both government and NGOs with a focus on women, agriculture, economic empowerment, climate change, DRR. 

After spending over two decades serving in Bangladesh’s government in positions of increasing responsibility, he ultimately served as Director General of the Department of Women Affairs until 2011. Since then, he has served as a consultant to a wide range of donors ( ADB, CIDA , JICA, NORAD, SIDA, UNDP, UN women,  UNFPA, EC, WB, USAID, OISCA-Japan etc.) supported national development projects including the establishment of 8 agriculture based training centers for women and co-authoring implemented national policy for women’s development, gender policy of Bangladesh police, social safety net provision for vulnerable groups including IDPs and women. 

Dr. Al-Hussainy is expert in monitoring and evaluation, capacity assessment, financial management and project management, and survey works. He has served as a senior consultant/ project evaluator for UNDP, UN Women, USAID, DFID, MSI, NASA and more not just in Bangladesh but also in Afghanistan, Sudan, Georgia Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Guinea-Bissau and the Breakaway Regions of Georgia and Moldova. 

He holds a PhD from Moscow Agricultural Academy. He is author/co-author of 35 publications primarily in the areas of gender-based violence, gender and economic development and evaluation of development projects. He is fluent in Bangla and Russian, good working knowledge of written and spoken English and is conversant in Hindi, Urdu, Japanese and Arabic. 

He is now serving as Senior Fellow of Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies(www.bcas.net)-a leading research and policy institute dealing with climate change, disaster, environment issues in the non-government sector of Bangladesh. It is independent, non-profit and specializes in policy analysis, action research and project implementation for sustainable development at local, national, regional and global levels.  

 
 
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Dhaka City - State Of Environment (SOE) 2005
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Adverse
Adverse Impacts of Climate Change on Development of Bangladesh Integrating Adaptation Into Policies and Activities
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Global Environmental Outlook 3
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Mainstreaming Adaptation To Climate Change In Least Developed Countries (LDCS)
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The End of Development? Global Warming, Disasters and The Great Reversal of Human Progress
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Natural Resource Management-Towards Better Integration
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People’s Livelihoods at the Land-Water Interface Emerging Perspectives on Interactions between People and Floodplain Environment
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Global Environment Outlook 2000
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Amader Poribesh Our Environment (Training Manual)
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Environment Profile: Bangladesh
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Guide to the Environmental Conservation Act 1995 and Rules 1997
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From Flood to Scarcity: Re-Defining The Water Debate In Bangladesh (Working Papers, Environment and Development Series No. 1)
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Drinking Water, Bathing and Sanitation The Risk to Human Health in Rural Bangladesh (School of the Environment, Environment and Development series No. 2, Working Papers)
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Asia Least-Cost Greenhouse Gas Abatement Strategy (ALGAS)- Bangladesh
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