Md Shibly Sadik

Associate Specialist
Contact No.: 019-2116-1017
Email: ssadik@cegisbd.com

Career Summary

Dr. Md Shibly Sadik is an Environmental and Disaster Risk Management specialist with a keen interest in strategic planning, policy and institutional analysis, and action research in the field of environmental and disaster risk reduction. He completed his Ph.D. (Engineering) from Kyoto University with a specific focus on environmental and disaster risk science. He also has post-doctoral research experience in collaboration with the Institute for Water Education (IHE) Delft (Netherlands) where he particularly focused on developing strategic planning tools to aid the Implementation of Participatory Water Management Reform under the Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100. His research interest thus aligns to the inclusion of disaster risk reduction, environmental safeguard, and institutional strengthening in strategic planning, development, and implementation. He has been trained in the field of Post-disaster Recovery Planning, Disaster Risk Reduction, Assessment of Natural Hazard Triggering Technological Disaster (NATECH), Environmental Safeguard and Planning, Disaster Impact Assessment and Need Assessment.

In his advisory career, he was involved in the Preparation and Support of the Implementation of the Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100, the Preparation of the National Adaptation Plan, with the responsibility of the inclusion of DRR and Institutional Assessment. He has provided environmental advisory services to Government Organizations e.g. BWDB, BPDB, BIWTA, Bangladesh Planning Commission, BEZA, LGED, NWPGCL; Private Organizations i.e. Energy pack, BIFPCL, CHEVRON; and Development Partners like World Bank, GIZ, UNDP.  Such involvement included ESIA of different infrastructure development projects like water & disaster management infrastructures, mega thermal power plants, gas exploration, drilling, and other energy-based infrastructures. He was a part of several international collaborative research e.g. EU funded AFROMAISON, JST-JICA funded SATREP, NWO Funded UDW Project etc. He has about 12 years of experience. Belgium, Japan, Netherlands and Bangladesh are countries of his work experience. He is affiliated with several professional & academic societies including IUCN's Commission on Environmental, Economic, and Social Policy.


Education

Ph.D (Engineering) in the field of Civil and Earth Resources Engineering with specific focus on environmental and disaster risk science, 2019 from Kyoto University, Japan; Advanced MSc. in Technology for Integrated Water Management, 2013 from Gent University, Belgium; MSc. in Water Resources Development, 2009 from IWFM-BUET; BSc. in Environmental Science, 2006 from Khulna University.


Area of Interest/Expertise

Strategic Planning in the sector of Water Management, Disaster Management, Natural Resources Management and Environmental Management; Planning and Designing of Disaster Risk Reduction, Climate Change Adaptation, Shock Responsive Social Safety Nets; Disaster Impact Assessment, Hazard Identification and and Risk Assessment,  Natural Hazard triggering Technological Hazard; Environmental Compliance, Environmental Assessment (IEE, EIA, SIA, ESIA, SEA, E&S Audits, E&S Scoping, etc.), Environmental Monitoring, Environmental Safety (Health & Safety, Occupational Health and Safety, Community Health and Safety).


Publications

2021

Sadik, Md Shibly, Leon M. Hermans, Jaap Evers, Hong Quan Nguyen, Malik Fida A. Khan, and Sadiq Ahmed. 2021. “Assessing the Societal Adoptability of Participatory Water Management: An Application of the Motivation and Ability (MOTA) Framework.” Water Policy, July. https://doi.org/10.2166/WP.2021.255.

2020

Sadik, M. S, Hajime Nakagawa, Md. Rezaur Rahman, Rajib Shaw, Kenji Kawaike, and Gulsan Ara Parvin. 2020. “Assessment of Cyclone Aila Recovery Progress in Bangladesh: A Comparison Between Rice and Shrimp Farming Villages in Koyra.” In Water, Flood Management and Water Security Under a Changing Climate - Proceedings from the 7th International Conference on Water and Flood Management, edited by Anisul Haque and Ahmed Ishtiaque Amin Chowdhury, 109–24. Dhaka, Bangladesh: Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-47786-8.

2019

Sadik, M. S., Nakagawa, H., Rahman, M. R., Shaw, R., Kawaike, K., Fujita, K., & Parvin, G. A. (2019). Recovery of Coastal Polder after Cyclone Aila in Koyra, Bangladesh. In People at Risk. Disaster Research Training and Management Center, Dhaka University Parvin, G. A., Sakamoto, M., Shaw, R., Nakagawa, H., & Sadik, M. S. (2019). Evacuation scenarios of cyclone Aila in Bangladesh: Investigating the factors influencing evacuation decision and destination. Progress in Disaster Science, 2, 100032. https://doi.org/10.1016/J.PDISAS.2019.100032 Sadik, M. S. (2019). Characterization, Diagnostic Analysis and Assessment of Progress of Community Recovery after Cyclone Aila in Bangladesh. Kyoto University.

2018

Sadik, M. S., Nakagawa, H., Rahman, R., Shaw, R., Kawaike, K., & Fujita, K. (2018). A Study on Cyclone Aila Recovery in Koyra, Bangladesh: Evaluating the Inclusiveness of Recovery with Respect to Predisaster Vulnerability Reduction. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 9(1), 28–43. Sadik, M. S., Nakagawa, H., Rahman, M. R., Shaw, R., Kawaike, K., Parvin, G. A., & Fujita, K. (2018). Humanitarian Aid Driven Recovery of Housing after Cyclone Aila in Koyra, Bangladesh: Characterization and Assessment of Outcome. Journal of Japan Society for Natural Disaster Science, 37(Special), 73–91. Sadik, M. S., Nakagawa, H., Shaw, R., Rahman, M. R., Kawaike, K., Parvin, G. A., & Talchabhadel, R. (2018). Measuring Progress of Recovery from People’s Perception: A Study on Cyclone Aila Recovery in Koyra, Bangladesh. Annuals of Disaster Prevention Research Institute, 61(B), 637–646

2017

Sadik, M. S., Nakagawa, H., Rahman, M. R., Shaw, R., Kawaike, K., Fujita, K., & Islam, S. M. T. (2017). Systematic Study of Cyclone Aila Recovery Efforts in Koyra, Bangladesh Highlighting the Possible Contribution to Vulnerability Reduction. Journal of Japan Society for Natural Disaster Science, 36(Special), 107–119. Sadik, M. S., Nakagawa, H., Rahman, M. R., Shaw, R., Kawaike, K., & Fujita, K. (2017). Theoretical Analysis of Cyclone Aila Recovery Mechanism at Place: Are They Living in a vulnerability Cycle. In 6th International Conference on Water and Flood Management (4-6 May 2017) (pp. 251–260). Dhaka, Bangladesh, Bangladesh: Institute of Water and Flood Management, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology Sadik, M. S., Nakagawa, H., Shaw, R., Rahman, M. R., Kawaike, K., & Fujita, K. (2017). A Study on the Humanitarian Aid Driven Cyclone Aila (2009) Recovery in Koyra Upazila of Bangladesh. Disaster Prevention Research Institute Annuals, 60(B), 746–756  

2012

Sadik, Md Shibly, Leon M. Hermans, Jaap Evers, Hong Quan Nguyen, Malik Fida A. Khan, and Sadiq Ahmed. 2021. “Assessing the Societal Adoptability of Participatory Water Management: An Application of the Motivation and Ability (MOTA) Framework.” Water Policy, July. https://doi.org/10.2166/WP.2021.255.

2011

Hassan, N., Sadik, S., Saha, S.K., Rahman, M.Z. and Rahman, M.M.S., 2011. Chemical characterization and quality compliance of bottled mineral water in Bangladesh. Dhaka University Journal of Science, 59(1): 33-37.

2011

Wahed S., Sadik S., Muhit S.M., 2011 Environmental Impact of Using Sand filled Geobag Technology under Water in River Erosion Protection of Major Rivers of Bangladesh.  International Conference on Environmental Technology and Construction Engineering for Sustainable Development (ICETCESD, 2011), 10-12 March 2011, SUST Bangladesh. ISBN: 978-984-33-3055-0  

2010

Sadik, M. S., & Rahman, M. R. (2010). Community engagement in analyzing their livelihood resilience to climate change induced salinity intrusion in Sundarbans mangrove forest. International Symposium on Coastal Zones and Climate Change: Assessing the Impacts and Developing Adaptation Strategies. Churchill, Australia: Monash University.  

2009

Sadik, M. S., & Rahman, M. R. (2009). Indicator Framework For Assessing Livelihood Resilience to Climate Change for Vulnerable Communities Dependent on Sundarbans Mangrove System. Fourth South Asia Water Research Conference on Interfacing Poverty, Livelihood and Climate Change in Water Resources Development: Lessons in South Asia, 218–230. Kathmandu, Nepal: Nepal Engineering College and SaciWater India.  

2008

Sadik S., Hassan N. and Saha S. K., 2008.  Stakeholders’ Absorptive Capacity of The proposed Phulbari Coal Mining Project, Phulbari Dinajpur. National Conference on Energy and Natural Resource, organized by Bangladesh Geological Society, Dhaka  2008