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Mohammad Khairul Alam @ Rainbow Nari O Shishu Kallyan Foundation, 24/3 M. C. Roy Lane, Dhaka

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Mohammad Khairul Alam

    Mohammad Khairul Alam Executive Director Rainbow Nari O Shishu Kallyan Foundation 24/3 M. C. Roy Lane Dhaka – 1211 Bangladesh Rainbowngo@gmail.com www.n ewsletter.com.bd Tel: 880-2-8628908 Mobile: 01711344997 PERSONAL DETAILS: Marital status: Married Nationality: Bangladeshi Father’s Name: Mohammad Abdul Matin Mother’s Name: Khadija Matin Nationality: Bangladeshi Address: 24/3 M. C. Roy Lane, Dhaka-1211, Bangladesh CAREER SUMMARY: Executive Director of Rainbow Nari O Shishu Kallyan Foundation, and professional social worker & researcher, over twelve (12) years of demonstrated experience and strong research interests in HIV/AIDS (risky groups), STDs/STIs, RTIs, BCC, family planning, gender issues, reproductive health, women empowerment, ecological sanitation(ECOSAN), and other non-formal education and communication issues. EDUCATION: Master of Social Sciences (MSS) in Social Welfare (Second Class), University of Dhaka RESEARCH GRANT 2002, ASARR Grant: HIV/AIDS vulnerability of Adolescents and Its Effects in Rural Bangladesh: A Socio- surveillance Study 2003, The HDL Grant: Risk-communication (BCC), Commercial Female Sex Workers and HIV/AIDS in Bangladesh MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES: i) Member, LRB Foundation, Dhaka, Bangladesh ii) Member, SEPDA, Kustia, Bangladesh iii) Member, SHARP, Goalondo, Bangladesh iv) Member, HDL, Jamalpur, Bangladesh v) Member, BCC Network, Dhaka, Bangladesh COUNTRIES OF WORK EXPERIENCE: Bangladesh, India and Nepal. Noteworthy Published Features ‘Growing Impact of HIV/AIDS on Teenage Girls’ published in Raven Review, USA on November 16, 2007 ‘HIV/AIDS – A Challenge for Human Development’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on March 30, 2007 ‘Adolescent Knowledge of Sexuality and HIV/AIDS’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on March 02, 2006 ‘Poverty Makes People More Vulnerable to HIV Infection’ published in The Financial Express on January 06, 2007 ‘AIDS: The Burning Problem for Sustainability of Prostitute’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on January 22, 2008 ‘Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation and HIV/AIDS’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on January 22, 2008 ‘Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation’ published in The New Nation on January 05, 2008 05-01-08 ‘Combating HIV/AIDS’ published in The Independent on August 17, 2007 ‘Life of Street Girls and AIDS’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on February 16, 2007 ‘Adolescents Need Protection From AIDS’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on October 27, 2007 ‘Adolescents Need Protection From AIDS’ published in The Financial Express on October 27, 2007 ‘Street Sex Workers are vulnerable to HIV/AIDS’ published in The Independent on February 04, 2007 ‘AIDS and Poverty in Bangladesh’ published in The Financial Express on November 22, 2006 ‘Consensual Sex is Increasing in Bangladesh Making it More Vulnerable to HIV/AIDS’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on November 29, 2006 ‘Spread of AIDS: Role of Truck Drivers’ published in The Financial Express on October 04, 2006 ‘HIV/AIDS, a challenge for human development’ published in The Independent on January 04, 2007 ‘AIDS be Feminine- Be Conscious!’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on February 23, 2007 ‘Combating HIV/AIDS in Bangladesh’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on August 07, 2007 ‘AIDS Ingesting – A Major Health Issue for Adolescents’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on March 30, 2007 ‘Adolescent Girls, Be Careful of AIDS!’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on November 10, 2006 ‘HIV/AIDS Condition so Worrying in Bangladesh’ published in the Human Rights on March 31, 2006 ‘AIDS Condition Worrying in Bangladesh’ published in The Financial Express on February 10, 2006 ‘Linkage with Girls Trafficking and HIV/AIDS’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on August 18, 2006 ‘Women Empowerment to Prevent HIV/AIDS in Bangladesh’ published in The Financial Express on August 12, 2006 ‘Trafficking Would Become Another Cause of HIV/AIDS in Bangladesh’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on June 02, 2006 ‘Residence Sex Workers (RSWs) in Dhaka City is Vulnerable of HIV/AIDS’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on January 06, 2006 ‘Women Empowerment will Prevent HIV/AIDS in Bangladesh’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on August 18, 2006 ‘AIDS Condition Worrying in Bangladesh’ published in The Financial Express on February 10, 2006 ‘Linkage with Girls Trafficking and HIV/AIDS’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on August 18, 2006 ‘Trafficking Would Become Another Cause of HIV/AIDS in Bangladesh’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on June 02, 2006 ‘Trafficking and HIV/AIDS’ published in The Independent on May 27, 2006 ‘Female Sex Worker in Bangladesh is Vulnerable of HIV/AIDS’ published in the Human Rights on February 28, 2006 ‘Sex Workers in Bangladesh Vulnerable of HIV/AIDS’ published in The Bangladesh Observer on March 10, 2006 ‘The HIV/AIDS Epidemic has been Fuelled by Gender Inequality’ published in The Human Rights on April 30, 2006 ‘Gender Inequality Fuels HIV/AIDS Epidemic’ published in The Financial Express on February 13, 2006 Bangla Hundreds of feature published in Bangla in several national newspapers. Some important below…. ‘Advocacy for Women Empowerment & Gender Education’ published in The Ajker Kagoj on July 17, 2005 ‘AIDS of Modern Science & Civilization’ published in The Vorar Kagoj on January 01, 2005 ‘AIDS and Advocacy’ published in The Ajker Kagoj on January 01, 2006 ‘Science Awareness cans Prevent AIDS’ published in The Vorar Kagoj on March 03, 2006 ‘Advocacy & AIDS’ published in The Bangla Bazer on Jun 15, 2005 ‘Importance of Gender Education for AIDS’ published in The Shekha Bichitra on June 01, 2005 ‘Vulnerable Groups of HIV/AIDS Epidemic’ published in The Bangla Bazer on June 25, 2005 Founder and Executive Director, Rainbow Nari O Shishu Kallyan Foundation Founded Rainbow Nari O Shishu Kallyan Foundation in 2002 and has been its Chief Executive since then. Rainbow Nari O Shishu Kallyan Foundation has now developed into a major NGO in the field of HIV/AIDS of the country. The vision of the Rainbow to develop a society that is materially optimum, socially equitable, ecologically sound and joyful to live in. Now it has been working in the field of Health & Sanitation (Reproductive Health, HIV/AIDS/STDs/STI prevention), Gender discrimination, Adolescent Girls Empowerment(AGE), Non- Formal Education (for Disadvantage/poor people), Environmental issues & Ecosan, Sustainable Development, Leadership Development Program and various training programs etc.    
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