The memories, the experiences, the folks I met and the knowledge I achieved by attending this dynamic and excellent international master program will stay with me for the rest of my life."
July 2019. Consultant at IUCN, Bangladesh.
December 2020. "
am glad to share with you that recently I have started my employment with Bangladesh Forest Department under the Sustainable Forests and Livelihoods (SUFAL) Project as Consultant. This new position will allow me to focus on collaborative forest management.
Below find the details of the Project for your kind information:
This project aims to improve collaborative forest management and increase benefits for forest dependent communities in targeted sites. The project will be implemented in selected sites in 147 upazilas/sub‐districts of 28 districts. These areas include most natural forests and PAs.
The Ministry of Environment, Forests, and Climate Change (MOEFCC) is the nodal ministry of this project. All the components of this project will be implemented by Bangladesh Forest Department. Major activities included restoring degraded and denuded forest ecosystems, increasing tree coverage by strengthening forest department and collaborative forest management practices and reducing pressure on forest resources by supporting innovative and alternative income generating activities to forest dependent community."