Sufia Khanom

Curriculum Vitae




: Sufia Khanom



Senior Research Fellow

Educational Qualifications


B.Sc. In Environmental Science, Khulna University, M.S.S. in Women's Studies, Dhaka university and M.Sc. in Gender and Development Studies, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand.

Area(s) of Interest


Conflict over natural resources and Gender issues in least developing countries, transboundary water management

Major Publications


1. Sufia Khanom, "The 17th SAARC Summit: Issues, Outcome and Implications for Bangladesh", BIISS Journal, Volume 33, No. 1, January 2012, pp. 1-22.

2. Sufia Khanom, "Women and Water Logged Condition- A Case from Bangladesh", International Magazine on Women and Environments, International Magazine, Spring 2011, 86/87, University of York, Canada, pp. 28-29.

3. Sufia Khanom, "Earthquake, Tsunami and Nuclear Disaster in Japan: An Assessment", BIISS Journal, ISSN 1010-9536, Volume 32, No. 2, April 2011, pp. 105-129.

4. Sufia Khanom, Thai, Thai-Karen and Karen Women's Insecurity in Forest Livelihoods- A Comparative Analysis from Kaeng Krachan Complex, Thailand, Edited by Hannah Olson, Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, 2011.

5. Dr. Shaheen Afroze, Sufia Khanom and Akand Mohammad Faisal Uddin, 'Climate Change and National Security of Bangladesh', National Security- Bangladesh 2009, chapter 4, Major General Golam Mohammad (edt.), University Press Limited, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2010, pp. 149-198.

6. Sufia Khanom, "Gender Issues in Climate Change: Bangladesh Perspective", BIISS Journal, ISSN 1010-9536, Volume 30, No. 4, 2009, pp. 449-469.

7. Humayun Kabir and Sufia Khanom, "India's River-Linking Project: Plausible Implications for Bangladesh" BIISS Journal, ISSN 1010-9536, Volume 29, No. 2, 2007, pp. 177-209.

8. Sufia Khanom "Likely Impact of Tipaimukh Dam on Bangladesh" BIISS Journal, ISSN 1010-9536, Volume 27, No. 3, 2006, pp. 223-249.

Project Based Research Works


1. Worked as a team member for a project titled as 'Constitutional Laws and Gender Justice Revisited: A Comparative Analysis in India and Bangladesh' under the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway and Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand an umbrella project on 'Re-visiting Gender in Development: Complex Inequalities in a Changing Asia' funded by Norwegian Research Council.

2. Worked with the project titled as Greater Mekong Sub-Regional Biodiversity Conservation Initiatives (GMS-BCI) of Asian Development Bank for one year. The research findings were used for preparing the Socially and Gender-Responsive Natural Resource Management in the Context of the Biodiversity Conservation Corridors Initiatives.

3. Worked as a team member in the project called "Baseline Study on Violence Free Model Village Project" by Manusher Jonno Foundation, Bangladesh.

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