Mostaque Ahmed

After pursuing medical graduation (MBBS) in 1993, Mostaque started his career in public health in 1996 and pursued Masters in Public Health in 2006. He has about 9 years’ experience of work in newborn health programs and more than 8 years’ experience of working with MOH&FW with a brief background in clinical setting. Mostaque is working as Advisor of Saving Newborn Lives program in Bangladesh. Previously he worked for national scale up of evidence based newborn initiatives with MaMoni-HSS project of Save the Children. He works very closely with MOH&FW (DGHS and DGFP), technical partners, professional bodies, medical institutions and district level stakeholders for scaling up newborn interventions in alignment of operation plan. Mostaque joined Save the Children in 2012 as a Manager- Monitoring and Quality Assurance in HBB Project. Previously Mostaque worked with BRAC Health Program (BRAC Health Centre, MNCH & Manoshi Program, School Health), CARE Bangladesh (SHOUHARDO II Program), and Gonoshasthya Kenra ( Clinical & Preventive health).