Md Ashrafur Rahman Bhuiyan is an Assistant Project Director (APD) at EEP/Shiree since January, 2012. He Started out as a lecturer in Physics before joining EEP/Shiree. He comleted his BSc (Hons) and MSc Degree under National University from the Department of Physics. He is involved with organizational management, planning, implementation and monitoring of project activities (GoB Part).

Md Masuduzzaman Sumon serves as the Administrative Officer (AO) at EEP/Shiree project. He has over 5 years of experience in various group of companies. Sumon has extensive experience in Human Resource, Administration & Social Compliance Division. He obtained Honors & Masters from National University.


Samiul Ahsan is working at EEP/Shiree project as Senior Communications Manager. He completed his Master of Research in Accounting from the University of Dundee, Scotland in 2007 majoring oil and gas accounting. He recently completed his five year tenure at SANEI (South Asia Network of Economic Research Institutes) as its Manager, Administration and Communications. Prior to that he has worked at Huntsworth Plc in London as Accounts Assistant, Radisson SAS Hotel in Edinburgh as Assistant Hotel Controller and IT Manager and also worked part-time at Microsoft (Ireland) & IBM (Ireland). He is a former cricketer of North Kildare Cricket Club in Dublin and Dundee University Cricket Club. He loves to travel and watch movies in his leisure time.


Delwar Hossain is a shiree Programme Manager and has 28 years of practical experience in rural and urban development. Before joining shiree he worked with CARE International and the Chars Livelihoods Programme (CLP). His primary areas of expertise are Infrastructure, Monitoring and Evaluation, Office Management, Contract Administration and Disaster Management.

Md. Abdus Salam is working as a Programme Manager. He has more than 30 years work experience both at home and abroad. Salam’s core set of skills include agriculture extension and management, training administration / management and facilitation, training needs assessments, curriculum design and material development, strategic planning, public sector and NGO capacity building, human resource development planning, PRA, socio-economic bench mark surveys and impact assessments.

Sutapa Paul serves as one of the Programme Managers of shiree. She has more than 20 years of experience in various development programmes in Bangladesh. Sutapa has extensive experience in capacity building, programme management, organisational development, community mobilisation, extreme poverty and PRA. She is a very good facilitator and presenter. Sutapa previously worked at BRAC for 18 years. She was the first female area manager, regional manager of the BRAC Development Programme, and chief trainer at the Training and Resource Centre (TARC). Sutapa also worked on the CFPR-TUP BRAC programme for over 2 years as a Sector Specialist in Social Development during 2002-2004. In addition to this, she has worked as a Freelance Consultant in conducting Problem Solving Workshops for SHOUHARDO of Care-Bangladesh and the Poverty and Working Children (PWC) Programme of SC-UK. Sutapa is a very positive and lively person. She dreams of a world without any discrimination.

Manotosh Kumar Madhu is a Shiree Programme Manager having 19 years of practical experience in rural and urban development of Bangladesh. He worked with three international NGOs including CARE Bangladesh before joining Shiree. His major competencies are Strategic Planning, Programme Designing and Delivery, Programme Monitoring & Evaluation, Capacity Building, Partnership Management, Institution Building, Human Resources Development, and Reporting. He has wide-range of expertise in food security programme management along with other development programme.

Md. Shahtabul Islam is working as a Program Manager at EEP/Shiree. He has around 9 years’ experience in financial and banking sector. Before joining EEP/Shiree, he worked at the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC), Bangladesh. There he worked in several positions in the areas of banking operations, compliance and internal audit. He completed his BBA and MBA majoring in Finance and Human Resource Management from East West University, Bangladesh. He is also an environmental photographer. He also has expertise in GPS modelling. He co-authored 3 books: Butterflies of Bangladesh – Inventory First Phase, Second Phase and Third Phase. Besides butterfly, he studies dragonfly, moths, spider and insects. He is an active member of Centre for Environmental Studies (CES) and Global Reporting Initiative (GRI). Mr. Islam hosted two photography exhibitions in Dhaka in the year 2012 and 2013.

Md. Abu Bakar Siddique is working at the EEP/Shiree project as Program Manager. Previously he worked with CARE, HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation, Islamic Relief Worldwide, PROSHIKA Manobik Unnyan Kendro and Swanirvar Bangladesh in various capacities as Technical Manager, Project Manager, Project Coordinator, Program Development Officer Coordinator and Technical Officer. He also worked as consultant with Practical Action Bangladesh, Care Society (Maldives) and WSUP in the area of livelihood resilience, disaster and climate risk management and WASH. He has wider experience in programme design and management. The major areas of work were livelihoods, disaster and climate risk management and natural resources management programme in Bangladesh and Maldives.


Mohammad Alomgir Husan is working as Programme Manager-Nutrition at EEP/Shiree. He holds academic degrees of Master of Public Health (MPH), Master of Nutrition & Food Science (MNFS), and Master of Social Science (MSS). Before joining Shiree, he worked at UPPR project of UNDP in Bangladesh as a Nutrition Expert. Alomgir has 16 years working experience in the development sector particularly in Nutrition (specific & sensitive), Reproductive Health, Maternal and Child Health, Urban and rural food production, WATSAN, Women Development, Urban and Rural Poverty Reduction program/project in rural & urban areas with DFID, USAID, Ecorys UK, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Save the Children-USA and international, FHI, BRAC and others national and local NGOs. While working in different managerial and the technical position he actively involved in program design, planning, implementation and management, ongoing program activities monitoring & supervision, training & operational manual and SBCC materials development, budget management & controlling, documentation of program progress and prepare different reports & final program closing report for donors etc.

He has expertise and wide range of experience to implement nutrition activities like Infant & Young Child Feeding (IYCF), National Nutrition Program (NNP), Preconception and Maternal Nutrition, Adolescent Nutrition, Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM), Essential Nutrition Action (ENA), Micro Nutrient Supplementation (MNS), and Urban and Rural Food Production. He has a wide range of experience to finalize partners and provide technical support in designing, effective planning, implementation and monitoring of the project activities through build up capacity and necessary technical support.

He has a long experience to work with national, division, district, sub-district and community level Administration, Health, Family Planning, Agriculture and Department of Public Health & Engineering department, City mayor and city council and facilitate them for effective planning and implementation and monitoring program activities. He spent on the field a significant time for implementing project activities, guiding staff development, overseeing on the performance, coaching & mentoring the team as well as prepare performance appraisal of the staffs. Also, monitor the data directly & implementing this monitoring information for the problem-solving process. He has directly working experience with Donor Organization, Local Governmental Institute (LGI), NASP-DGHS & Community Based Organization (CBO) and implement the program through the build up their capacity as well as ensure their involvement in the decision-making process.