Dr. Farhana Ahmad is a medical school graduate who has been working for improved public health and women’s empowerment for nearly twenty years. She became the National Coordinator of WRA Bangladesh in 2005, previously holding positions with CARE Bangladesh, USAID, and Save the Children. Prior to working in the nonprofit sector, Dr. Ahmad served as the course coordinator for a trainer’s project on hospital hygiene and infection control in the Ob-Gyn unit of a large hospital.
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