Fazle Rabby

MD. FAZLE RABBY
Deputy Director, Research

  • MA in International Relations, Jahangirnagar University
  • Key expertise on global affairs, public policy, policing, WASH (Water-Sanitation-Hygiene), urbanization, climate change, community mobilization, women empowerment, adolescent and youth issues, P/CVE, human resource management, mental health, civic engagement and governance.
  • Specialized in developing concept notes and project proposals, conducting qualitative research, designing quantitative research tools, developing training/workshop resource materials, training the trainers, developing project work-plan, designing community campaigns, archiving and public communication.
  • 12 years of research experience.

Md. Fazle Rabby completed his BA with Honours and MA in International Relations from Jahangirnagar University. He is trained in research designing, archiving and human resource management. He is highly experienced in facilitating and organizing inception, training, workshop, consultation, monitoring and evaluation, review and validation, and lessons learned programs. Since his graduation, he has worked with a number of national and international organizations in different capacities as a researcher and technical consultant. He started his career as a sub-editor with Foreign Affairs Insights and Review (FAIR), the first foreign affairs magazine of Bangladesh. Prior to joining the Human Development Research Centre (HDRC), notably, he worked as a researcher in Liberation War Museum, BRAC University, Police Staff College Bangladesh, University of Dhaka, Ain o Salish Kendro, The Daily Star, University of Manchester, University of Lancaster, BRAC, Bangladesh Enterprise Institute, MSI Worldwide and University of Sydney. In the last 11 years, he has worked on more than 50 research projects of 15 national and international organizations.

Fazle Rabby was born on December 30, 1988, in Patuakhali, Bangladesh and currently lives in Dhaka. He has a special interest in philosophical evaluation, theoretical debates and the history of South Asia.

He can be reached at fazlerabbyirju@gmail.com (24/7) or fazlerabbyirju@yahoo.com (alternative).