Dr. Mobarak Hossain Khan is a public health professional has 30 years of experience in the development sectors. He has working experience with the ministry of Health and Family Welfare, DFID, USAID, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, WHO, Save the Children, ICDDRB, Marie Stopes International. He has lot of experience in proposal and concept note writing, report writing, incidence reporting, article writing, data entry, data analysis and reporting, project management; he managed 6 donor projects at a time. He conducted many research intervention including report generation. Some of the works he did are mentioned below. He is well conversant in MS Word, Excel, Power point and some data analysis software including SPSS.
Effectiveness of an NGO primary health care programme in rural Bangladesh: evidence from the management information system
- ALEC MERCER 1, MOBARAK HOSSAIN KHAN 2, MUHAMMAD DAULATUZZAMAN 2 AND JOANNA REID2
1 Centre for Health and Population Research, ICDDR,B, Dhaka, Bangladesh and
2 Bangladesh Population and Health Consortium, Dhaka, Bangladesh
“HEALTH POLICY AND PLANNING; 19(4): 187–198 © Oxford University Press, 2004; all rights reserved”.
• Health needs and health-care-seeking behavior of street-dwellers in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
- Jasim Uddin, Md, Tracey Lynn Koehlmoos, Ali Ashraf, A.I. Khan, Nirod Chandra Saha, and Mobarak Hossain
“Health Policy and Planning, 2009; 24, 385–394. DOI: 10.1177/097206341001300110”
• Interventions in Obstetric Care: Lessons Learned from Abhoynagor.
- Therese Juncker, Mobarak H. Khan, Shameem Ahmed.
Working Paper No. 124, ICDDR, B.
• Management of Sexually Transmitted Diseases by Rural Practitioners.
- Mohsin U. Ahmed, Shameem Ahmed, Parveen A. Khanum, and Mobarak H. Khan
Paper presented in Sixth ASCON ICDDR, B in 1997
• Risk factors for neonatal mortality in rural areas of Bangladesh served by a large NGO programme
- ALEX MERCER, FARIHA HASEEN, NAFISA LIRA HUQ, NOWSHER UDDIN, MOBARAK HOSSAIN KHAN AND CHARLES P LARSON1,
Centre for Health and Population Research (ICDDR,B), Dhaka, Bangladesh, Partners in Health and
Development, Dhaka, Bangladesh and Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
• Introduction of safe blood transfusion in rural hospitals of Bangladesh. Year of Publication: June 1997
Published from: Journal of Diarrhoeal Disease Research,ISSN 0253-8768
- Mohsin U. Ahmed, Shameem Ahmed and Mobarak H. Khan
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