Upon finishing medical school and obtaining my MBBS, I was posted to rural Coxs Bazar for Gonosasthya Medical Sub Center for a period of four months. This was a pivotal moment in my journey as a medical health professional where I came to understand that in Developing Countries, the principle of ‘Prevention Is Better Than a Cure’ is not a priority for Public Health Policy Makers as seen by the provisioning of resources to more short-term solutions rather than creating programs in place which would zero down on creating a healthier nation in the long term. Thus began my interest in pursuing further knowledge about the implications of Public Health Policies and their effects on marginalized communities in rural /developing regions.
- DOB: 23 February
- Residence: Dhaka, Bangladesh
- flag: Bangladeshi
- Address: Dhanmondi -1209
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