Mohammad Aminur Roshid

Senior Consultant
Contact No.: 01712245242
Email: aminur.agr@gmail.com

Career Summary

Md. Aminur Roshid joined CEGIS in July 2018 as an Agriculture Specialist. His previous work experiences include working as a Monitoring and Evaluation Expert in World Bank founded project (MFSP) of DG Food, as an Agronomist with DAE projects (ADIP, SAIP and SCDP) of MoA and as a Senior Field Coordinator with International Fertilizer Development Centre (IFDC) founded by USID. His experiences include working with food and nutrition security, Natural Resources Management and livelihood issues, disaster risk reduction, emergency preparedness and response, climate change adaptation,  value addition and entrepreneurship development, post-harvest management high value crops, Food policy research, food storage system storage loss and storage cost analysis, Capacity development, EIA Study, Impact assessment etc. Ability to work independently, project planning, coordination, finance management, team management, project monitoring and staff supervision, training workshop & seminar facilitation. Good understanding of human rights, poverty, social inclusion, gender, good governance and conflict sensitive program management. Attach with national and international organizations in technical team, cooperation with GO & NGO officials, data management and report writing. Prior to engaging himself to an Agriculture career, also have good knowledge about different application packages viz. MS Access, MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint.


Education

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 1996; Master of Science in Agronomy 1998


Area of Interest/Expertise

Soil, Agriculture, Food Security, Value addition and Postharvest management, Climate change adaptation


Publications

2001

Effect of Population Density and Source-Sink Manipulation on the Productivity of Sesame (Sesamum indicum L). M. Aminur Roshid, Qazi A. Khaliq, M. Moynul Haque, Abdul Hamid Jalal U. Ahmed and Shafayet A. Siddiqui. Bangladesh J. of Sci. & Tech. 2001.

2000

  1. Effect of Population Density on Growth and Productivity of Sesame (Sesamum  indicum L). M. Aminur Roshid, Qazi A. Khaliq, M. Moynul Haque, Abdul Hamid and Shafayet A. Siddiqui, Jalal U. Ahmed. Asisat.  Soc. Bangladesh Sci. 26(1): 59-66. 2000.