Khadiza Ahmed has worked in the development sector for last 17 years specializing in WASH, gender and development, livelihood, poverty reduction, training, and microfinance. She has worked with local government institutions and grassroots communities and has hands-on experience in capacity building of local government institutions.
She worked with HYSAWA before joined Water.org where she was responsible for providing grants and support to eligible and qualified Local Government Institutions (LGIs), in particular Union Parishads (UPs), to implement locally developed, community-based, hygiene, sanitation and water supply services and programs.
Commitment to Water.org
“I am happy to join the Water.org family. Utilizing my learning, I will work to promote high-quality sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene to empower communities through Water.org's approaches. I am committed to contributing my skills and sharing my experience to help make universal access to water and sanitation for all a reality.”
Master of Arts, Dhaka University