BIO OF Ms. Faria Kabir

Ms. Faria Kabir has been working as a Research Associate (GIS and Remote Sensing) in the Centre for Climate Change and Environmental Research (C3ER) of BRAC University where she is involved in research as well as business development. She obtained her first MSc in Geography and Environment from Jahangirnagar University and her second Master program in Governance and Development Studies from Government and Politics, Jahangirnagar University. She has three years of working experience in the fields of Climatic Variability, advanced GIS and Remote Sensing application, historical data analysis, geomorphological analysis, migration of diaspora workers and socio-economic research. She has special skills on GIS and Remote sensing, climatic variability, data analysis, Land Surface Temperature, Community level research, communication, team management and organizing events. She has research interest in Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation, Green Climate, Geopolitical Context in Climate Change, Geomorphology etc. She has also developed extra-curricular activities such as singing, dancing, anchoring, debating, photography etc.  Ms. Kabir has been certified in different courses, i.e., Office management, data analysis using SPSS, basic computer skills, basic GIS and Remote Sensing application, sustainability development in banking management etc. Moreover, she has been cooperating in several projects running in C3ER such as “Business Development Plan Preparation for Selected Properties of Bangladesh Red Crescent Society”, “Facilitating A Study on the Disaster Preparedness of 114 Formal Primary Schools and Its Communities”, “Climate Adaptation and Climate-Driven Migration in South Asia: Building an International Research Network for Long-Term Impact” etc. She has enrolled in different stakeholder workshop in sustainable urban planning, conferences in Greem Climate and Youth participation, Recycling and Reuse Module etc. Along with this, Ms. Kabir has also published six peer reviewed research articles one book chapter and three conference papers on historical mapping and dem analysis. She is very much likely to work on different gender dimension in context of climate change, disaster management and urban planning.


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