|Degree Name||Group/Major Subject||Board/Institute||Country||Passing Year|
|M.Phil.||Sociology||University of Cambridge||United Kingdom||1997|
|Award Type||Award Title||Year||Country||Description|
|International||Minna Canth||2000||Finland||Fellowship for Gender research at Helsinki University|
|International||Commonwealth Scholarship||1996||United Kingdom||MPhil and PhD Programme at University of Cambridge|
|Indigenous Populations||Around 20 years with UNDP, Oxfam|
|Climate and disaster||Around 7 Years of research experiences with Government departments, donor supported projects|
|Youth and Children's issues||Around 7 Years of research experiences with International organisations' research consultancy including World Bank, UNESCO, UNV, Save the Children, Plan International, Government departments|
|Economic Zones||Around 7 Years of research experiences with International organisations' research consultancy including World Bank, ADB, JICA|
|Education||Around 6 Years of research experiences with International organisations' research consultancy including ADB, World Bank, UNESCO, Save the Children, Plan International, Government departments|
|Health||Around 15 Years of research experiences with International organisations' research consultancy including UNICEF, Danish Embassy, DANIDA, Government departments|
|Gender||Around 18 Years of research experiences with International organisations' research consultancy including UNDP, World Bank, UNCDF, UNwomen, SDC, Royal Norwegian Embassy, UNWFP, UNFPA, UNV, UNICEF, OXFAM, ILO, IFPRI, Tradecraft UK, Save the Children, Plan International, Government departments|
|Level of Study||Title||Supervisor||Co-Supervisor(s)||Name of Student(s)||Area of Research||Current Completion|
|M.Phil||Influence of Social Network on Child Development in Dhaka City: A Socio-Psychological Study||Prof Salma Akhter||Naima Rahman||Child Development|
|M.Phil||Social Inclusion and Empowerment through Social Safety Nets: Study on Jamalpur District||Prof Salma Akhter||Ms Mehzabin Huq||social safety net|
|M.Phil||Infertility and Social Stigma: A Case Study on Women Beneficiaries of Infertility Care and Research Centre (ICRC)||Prof Salma Akhter||Ms Tanzina SAkhter||Infertility, Gender|
|M.Phil||Disability and Social discrimination: A Study on Disabled Women in Dhaka City.||Prof Salma Akhter||Ms Julekha Parvin||disability, Gender|
|M.Phil||Empowerment and Leadership among the Female Bureaucrats in Bangladesh||Prof Salma Akhter||Ms Shahnaz Parvin||women bureaucrat|
|M.Phil||Living Condition and Socialization of Child Labour in Dhaka City||Prof Salma Akhter||Mst Moumita Parvin||child labour|
|M.Phil||Livelihood Pattern and Adaptation Strategies due to climate change: Study on People in the South-Western Coastal Regions of Bangladesh.||Prof Salma Akhter||Shilpia Naznin||Livelihood|
|M.Phil||Social Vulnerability due to Climate Change and the Role of NGOs in Sustainable Adaptation: A Sociological Study of Bagerhat District.||Prof Salma Akhter||Md Ohidujjaman||climate change, NGOs, vulenrability|
|M.Phil||Social network, Neighbourhood: Study at Mohammadpur Area||Prof Salma Akhter||Dilruba||Social network|
|M.Phil||Roles, Status and Development Potentials of Santal Women: A Study on Santal Women in Rajshahi||Prof Salma Akhter||Ms Nuzrat Jerin Anny||Indigenous women|
|M.Phil||People’s Vulnerability, Risk and coping strategies in regard to natural Disaster: A study in Satkhira District.||Prof Salma Akhter||Ms Mst Rumana Yasmin||Disaster and Vulnerability|
|M.Phil||City, Culture and Consumption: A study on Youth in Dhaka City from 1990-2015||Prof Salma Akhter||Ms Aklima Zaman||Urbanisation|
|Ph.D.||Disability, Discrimination, Social Exclusion: an Anthropological study of Rehabilitation and Integration of Diasbaled Women||Prof. Shaheen Ahmed, Anthropology, DU||Prof. Salma Akhter||Mosammat Shamima Nasrin, Asst Prof, Ahsanullah University||Disability and Gender|
|Subject||Project Name||Source of Fund||From Date||To Date||Collaboration|
|No project/research work is found|
|No invited talk is found|
|SL||Collaboration & Membership Name||Type||Membership Year||Membership Expire Year|
|No Collaboration & Membership is found|
|Title||Organization||Location||From Date||To Date||Description|
|Editorial Board Member,||Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing, USA and Canada||USA and Canada||01-01-2001||31-07-2002||Reviewed Articles of internationalscholars|
|Unpublished research reports||Bangladesh||01-07-1996||30-06-2019||more than 10 research unpublished reports on Gender, child rights, climate change, Growth centre & women's empowerment, financial and social inclusion of ultra poor, ICT. Indigenous population|
|Training||Bangladesh,UK, Finland, SriLanka||01-07-1993||30-06-2019||Provided and received training on Gender, disaster, entrepreneurship, human security|
|consultancy and research experiences: Sociologist, Anthropologist, Gender expert||UNDP, World Bank, ADB, UNESCO, Save the Children, Plan International, UNWFP, UNV, Danida, Royal Norwegian Embassy, Danish Embassy, ILO, IFPRI, Tradicraft, Oxfam, UNICED, UNCDF,JICA, ITDG, Government departments||Bangladesh various locations||30-06-1991||30-06-2019||Worked as national consultant, Sociologist, Anthropologist, Gender Expert on numerous project on Gender issues, health, Education, Infrastructure, Energy, Economic Zones, child rights, Indigenous populations|
|International Seminar paper presentation||UK, Canada, USA, Japan, Finland, Ireland, France, South Africa, Indonesia, Philippines, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal.||01-01-1970||30-06-2019||Presented around 30 papers in International conferences on Development, Gender, Education, Health, Microcredit, Women';s empowerment, Gender Violence|
Salma Akhter, subsequent co author of chapter 43 Civic Participation, and Nonprofit Associations,. Palgrave, USA, 2017, 2017 .
co author Unbroken Silence: A participatory study on Indigenous Societies in Northwestern Bangladesh,. Dhaka: RDC, 2006 .
Salma Akhter, author of a chapter "Status of Women in Bangladesh from the Universal Human Rights Perspectives." Bangladesh’s Development Perspectives. Dhaka: Palli Karma Sahayak Foundation (PKSF), Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2016 .
Author of one chapter "Violence Against Women in Asia-An Issue Of Human Security." Utilisation of Anthropological Knowledge in Development. Department of Anthropology, University of Rajshahi. Bangladesh, 2013 .
author of one chapter "Women and Health: Persistence of inequalities and its remedies." Gender and Health. Edited volume CIDA and UGC, 2006 .
Salma Akhter : Patron-Client Relation: Mutually Supportive or exploitative?, Social Science Review, Bangladesh., vol.Vol. 26, no. 1, June 2009 .
Salma Akhter, Ashadul Islam : Policy and Implementation Plan for Introducing User Charges in Government Health Facilities in Bangladesh, Social Science Review, Bangladesh, vol.Vol.28, no. 1, June 20011 .
Salma Akhter, Ashadul Islam : Decentralisation of health services in Bangladesh: A proposal based on International Experience, Social Science Review,, vol.Vol. 18, No. 1,, June 2001 .
Salma Akhter : Environmental insecurity, Climate Change and Human Security in Bangladesh, Social Science Review, The Dhaka University Studies, Part-D, Bangladesh., vol.vol-31, No-2, December 2013. .
Salma Akhter : Status of Women’s Leadership in Bangladesh: A study on Elected Women UP Members, Pakistan Journal of Women Studies, December 2002 .
Salma Akhter : Economic Dimensions of Human Security, The Dhaka University Studies, Journal of the Faculty of Arts, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh., 2013 .
Salma Akhter : Environmental insecurity, Climate Change and Human Security, Bangladesh, Social Science Review, the Dhaka University Studies, Part-D, vol.vol-31, No-2, 2013 .
Monowar Hosain Mahmood and Salma Akhter : International Briefing: Training and Development in Bangladesh, International journal for technology Diffusion (IJTD), vol.15:2, 2011 .
Monowar Hossain Mahmood, Salma Akhter : Traffic management system and travel demand management (TDM) strategies: suggestions for urban cities in Bangladesh, Asian Journal of Management and Humanity Sciences, Taiwan. Vol-4, no-2-3, pp-161-178, 2009., vol.Vol-4, no-2-3, pp.pp-161-178,, 2009 .