Ishrat Jahan is a Research Associate at the Centre for Gender and Sexual and Reproductive Health at BRAC James P. Grant School of Public Health (JPGSPH). She has a background in Cultural Anthropology and Climate Change Development. Jahan has experience in conducting and coordinating qualitative research projects focusing on gender politics, women’s health and well-being in urban slums, and climate change developmental issues in coastal rural communities.
Module(s) taught (in MPH)
- MPH 512: Anthropological Approaches to Public Health
Countering Backlash SIDA, IDS -University of Sussex Role: Project Focal