Farzana AnsariCountry of origin: Bangladesh Currently in: Bangladesh, Mymensingh General field of specialization: Agricultural Sciences
Degrees2011 Master Agricultural Sciences
Current Research Activities
Women, science and development
In the background of an Agriculturist and my expertise on Soil Science, I was working on the soil quality a productivity. But now I am working on the working to ensure Social Protection and Social Safety nets for the poor vulnerable people specially women of the country as well as socio-economic development, rehabilitation and reintegration, poverty reduction, human resource development, community empowerment and other development activities for the vulnerable aged persons, the persons with disabilities (PWDs), orphans, children at risk, destitute, poor and helpless persons. Moreover, DSS is running a good number of programmes for poverty reduction and human resource development. Among the programmes, development services provide for juvenile delinquents, training and rehabilitation of the socially disadvantaged women, counselling, training and rehabilitation of orphan and vulnerable children, development and rehabilitation of vagrants, safe custodian women, adolescent, destitute and helpless.
Publications resulting from Research:
1. F. Ansari, M.A. Hashem, A. Ansari, M.A. Alam and A. K. Paul. 2011. Effect of different organic sources of potassium on the growth and yield of transplanted Aman rice (CV BRRI Dhan30). International Journal of Bioresearch.10 (4): 7-13.
2. A. Ansari, M.A. Sattar, F. Ansari, M.S. Hossain and A.B.M. Baki. 2007. Effects of organic farming on soil nutrients content in carrot field. Bangladesh Journal of Environmental Science. 13(2):315-320.
3. A. Ansari, M.A. Baten, M.A. Sattar, M.S. Hossain and F. Ansari. 2007. Effects of organic farming on nutritional quality of carrot. Bangladesh Journal of Environmental Science.13 (1):171-174.
Current professionCurrent professional activities type:OtherAs I am the social service officer of the Department of Social Services (DSS) which is one of the leading Government Departments of People's Republic of Bangladesh under the Ministry of Social Welfare. The mandate of the Department of Social Services is to provide services to the vulnerable groups of society, the poorest of the poor, the marginalized and the disadvantaged groups. Our service goes further than just bringing services to these groups. It is our brief to deliver on our mandate in a manner that will engage and empower communities to participate actively in the improvement of their quality of life so as to build their self-reliance, which is a pre-requisite to sustainable development.
AffiliationsBangladesh Krishibid Institution (BKI)