Ms. Manji has served reputed local and national entities of both non-profit and for-profit sectors as team member related to advocacy, communication, public relations, training and event management for 12 years. Throughout the period, she maintained liaison with the respective government officials, assisted in developing advocacy strategy paper, facilitated seminars and workshops, managed events and developed event materials, conducted trainings on Basic Health, maternal health, and family planning issues for the community health workers and government officials, and developed modules. She has developed documentation on the health situation of Bandarban district. Being a woman from the smallest ethnic minority community (the Gurkha community) in Bangladesh, she has groomed herself through effective interactions with at least 20 different ethnic communities. While working with Partners In Health and Development under the Maternal, Neonatal and Child Survival project, she maintained regular liaison with the Bandarban (Sadar) Upazila Health Officials, Bandarban Civil Surgeon Officials, District Family Planning Officials (under DGHS and DGFP), and partner NGOs for bridging the gaps between supply and demand. She accomplished her Masters in English literature under National University of Bangladesh.
Marie Stopes Bangladesh