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Sadiaa Haque

Sadiaa Haque
Deputy Manager for the Emergency Preparedness and Response Program at BRAC International

Sadiaa Haque is a Deputy Manager for the Emergency Preparedness and Response Program at BRAC International. Her work involves capturing and disseminating learning and best practices within BRAC and in the larger development-humanitarian community, with a particular focus on sustainable solutions for refugees and host communities. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Middle East Studies from Tufts University.

Articles by Sadiaa Haque

  • Sadiaa Haque / Samira Syed

    Answering Rohingya Refugee Crisis in Bangladesh with Skills Development, Artisan Training

    Innovation is often associated with the newest technology or the latest app. But it also can be seen in the fresh application of a tried-and-true strategy – just in a new context. In Cox’s Bazar, a small town on the southeastern coast of Bangladesh, extreme poverty, a fraught socio-cultural landscape and the Rohingya refugee humanitarian crisis have exacerbated existing vulnerabilities and placed an unprecedented burden on women in the host communities. Sadiaa Haque and Samira Syed of BRAC explain how the organization is helping them bounce back through artisanal skills training and employment opportunities.

    Categories
    Entrepreneurship
    Tags
    poverty alleviation, refugees
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