Building Partnerships to Promote Early Childhood Development
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Mr. Golam Kibria


Mr. Golam Kibria has been working for EDUCO Bangladesh as Head of Education, Quality Assurance and Compliance since 2017. He was engaged as professional of ECD and Primary Education field in Bangladesh for last 22 years. Notably he worked in different positions with renowned organizations- Gonoshahajjo Sonstha (GSS), Plan International, BRACU-IED, Aga Khan Foundation (AKF), World Vision and Educo Bangladesh. Academically, he did his Graduation and Masters from Dhaka University, also he completed the “Masters of Education (MEd.) and “Masters of Science in Early Childhood Development (MSc. in ECD)” from IER- Dhaka University and BRAC University respectively. Throughout the 22 years of experience, he got the opportunity to explore the components of professional development, technical program design, program implementation, material development, networking, and policy areas. He has experienced in organizing/coordinating workshop; partner’s capacity development initiatives and coordination with the govt. bodies especially working relation with DPE, NCTB and NAPE for various technical components. He was participated in several conferences and seminar at home and abroad for representing ECD program as organization focal. He also worked as technical expert for contributing to Govt. Preprimary Education program package lead by Directorate of Primary Education, Ministry of Education; Diploma in Primary Education, worked as Masters trainer of Government and BEN ECD programs. He has solid knowledge in networking and partnership building with CSOs and Government, UN agencies at various levels. He was also a team-member of the National Pre-Primary Program package, Diploma in Primary Education (DPEd.), Preprimary curriculum development as joint initiative of MoPME, UNICEF and NCTB. He was engaged in several study in ECD field namely, “father involvement in early childhood development”; “association between cognitive development and nutrition status” and “impact of play for child holistic development” research studies with ARNEC for ECE Transition Study.