Ahmed Shadman Rafid is a Senior Research Associate at JPGSPH, where he leads and coordinates quantitative surveys and conducts statistical analysis for the research project "Implementation of Health System Assessment for System-Level Quality Improvement in Bangladesh," funded by The World Bank. His work centers on assessing maternal and child health (MNH) and non-communicable diseases (NCDs) service delivery within Comprehensive Primary Health Care (PHC) in Bangladesh. He holds a master's degree in Applied Statistics from Jahangirnagar University and a bachelor's degree from the Military Institute of Science and Technology. Previously, Ahmed worked on various research projects funded by different agencies, such as IGC and JICA, with a focus on Public Health and WASH.
Project: Implementation of Health System Assessment for System-level Quality Improvement in Bangladesh Donor: The World Bank Role: Senior Research Associate