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Munia Afroz

Research Assistant

Centre of Excellence for Non-Communicable Diseases and Nutrition (CNCDN)

Short Biography

Munia Afroz is a Research Assistant at JPGSPH and completed her MPH from North South University majoring in Epidemiology and a Bachelor's in Food and Nutrition from Bangladesh Home Economics College. She is skilled in conceptualizing and conducting quantitative and qualitative research. Her major interests in the research field are community and public health nutrition, along with non-communicable disease-based research projects. She worked on several research projects such as process documentation, impact evaluation of nutrition-sensitive and nutrition-specific services, surveillance project etc.

Current Projects

1. Project: 1.	Process Documentation on Building Rohingya Refugee and Host Community Resilience in Cox’s Bazar
Role: Research Assistant
2. Project: 2.	Impact Evaluation of the UNICEF Multisector Integrated Program for Improved Nutrition in Urban Slums (2nd Round-PE)
Role: Research Assistant

Research Interests

Child and Maternal Nutrition Nutrition Non-communicable Diseases Gender Refugee context Sexual and Reproductive Health etc


  • MPH (North South University)
  • B.Sc in Food & Nutrition (Bangladesh Home Economics College
  • University of Dhaka)