Our Team


Dr. Muhammod Abdus Sabur

Dr. Muhammod Abdus Sabur is a prominent personality in the health sector of Bangladesh. He prepared the background papers of the health sector for both the 6th and 7th Five Year Plan of the Government of Bangladesh (GoB), and was closely involved in the preparation of the 4th Health, Population and Nutrition Sector Program 2017-2022 of GoB. Besides freelance consultancy, he is currently adjunct faculty in the Institute of Health Economics of the University of Dhaka and North South University. Dr. Sabur started his professional career in 1981 and served the GoB, various bi/multilateral agencies (i.e. DFID, WHO, UNFPA and UNDP) and international NGOs (Save the Children, CARE and Water Aid). In his career, Dr. Sabur has performed leading roles in both public and private sector entities e.g. the Team Leader of the Program Support Office in the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of GoB, and the Country Representative of Water Aid in Bangladesh. He has been educated in both Bangladesh (MBBS and Post-Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management) and England (Masters in Community Health).

M. Anisul Islam

Founder Trustee
Mr. M. Anisul Islam is a renowned social scientist with special expertise on environmental economics, natural resource management (especially, on wetlands and swamp forests), agricultural research & development, climate change adaptation, disaster management, Monitoring & Evaluation, and community mobilization. At present, he serves the Center for Natural Resource Studies as the Director. Mr. Islam studied Social Work at the University of Dhaka, and started his professional career in 1987. His wide-ranging work as an expert in relevant fields has been undertaken for bi/multilateral funding agencies (i.e. the World Bank, USAID, DFID, and UNDP), line ministries and departments (i.e. Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief, Department of Fisheries, Department of Environment and Water Development Board) of the Government of Bangladesh and Bangladesh Open University. During his career, Mr. Islam has produced a number of books, study reports and articles in his areas of interests, most of which are critically acclaimed.

Amitabha Ghosh

Mr. Amitabha Ghosh is an expert in the field of democratic governance having specialization in lobbing and advocacy with the parliamentarians and members of high level political fora. He is an accredited facilitator of Building Resources in Democracy, Governance and Elections (BRIDGE) and is also a Silva Graduate. Mr. Ghosh started his professional career in 1997, and at present he looks after the country program of International Republican Institute in Bangladesh. In his early career, Mr. Ghosh served a number of reputed international organizations e.g. SONNE International, UN Women Bangladesh, National Democratic Institute (NDI), The Asia Foundation (TAF) and Japan Youth Volunteer Association. During his tenure, he has worked in both Bangladesh and Japan. Mr. Ghosh studied Accountancy at Rajshahi University, Business Management at National University and Personnel Management at Bangladesh Institute of Management.

Amitabha Bhattacharjee


With a career spanning over two decades, Amitabha Bhattacharjee stands as a stalwart in the development sector. His areas of expertise encompass Organization Development and Change Management, Learning and Knowledge Management, and Capacity Building. His deep insights into organizational dynamics, combined with his unwavering commitment to skill enhancement, make him an influential figure in his field. Mr. Bhattacharjee is the Founder of Harmony, serving the organization as the Secretary and Chief Executive Officer. His dedication is further underlined by his exploration of Yogic Philosophy and Reflexology, which culminated in the co-authorship of a celebrated book on Reflexology in 2020. His articles, regularly featured in reputable publications, address the nuances of incorporating holistic approaches into mainstream healthcare.

Mr. Bhattacharjee’s vast experience includes collaborations with renowned global organizations like the World Bank, DANIDA, Save the Children, and Plan International, to name a few. His background in Business Administration, combined with over sixteen years in Organization Development, has seen him assist a plethora of NGOs in refining their strategies, policies, and systems. A revered figure in research, he has spearheaded over 80 projects spanning various sectors, including public health, WASH, governance, inclusion, social accountability, social cohesion, and sustainable agriculture, highlighting his commitment to data-driven strategies for lasting change. A staunch advocate for sustainable change and continuous learning, his philosophy resonates with his endeavors, making him an emblem of dedication in the development sector. His unmatched expertise, strategic vision, and ardor for development continue to inspire and impact global communities.

Syeda Shahida Sultana

Coordinator, Health Care Program

Syeda Shahida Sultana Elora is an eminent young Complementary Health Professional in Bangladesh, known for her expertise in Yoga Therapy, Reflexology Therapy, Acupressure Therapy, and Psycho-social Counselling. As a registered associate member of the School of Natural Health and Science (SNHS), UK, and a certified Yoga Teacher and Evaluator (Level III, 46 credit points, 800 hours) by the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India, Elora has honed her skills and knowledge in natural healing. She studied Acupressure (Diploma) at SNHS, London, UK, Advanced Reflexology (Diploma) at the Centre of Excellence, London, UK, and Homeopathy (Diploma) at the Bangladesh Homeopathy Hospital and College, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Elora is also a Quantum Graduate (on meditation) and has completed the transformational program titled “Shuddhadvaitam” on the philosophy and science of yoga at Nithyananda University, Ujjain, India.

Elora has been a guest trainer on Naturopathy for the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Bangladesh Police, at the Forensic Training Institute, Detective Training School, and Cyber Training Centre. She has trained thousands of police officers on stress and pain management, supporting the health and well-being of law enforcement officers in Bangladesh. Throughout her professional career, Elora has also supported the development of hundreds of young individuals as professional Reflexology Therapists serving patients in different parts of the country. She has transferred skills to many of her patients to manage their health conditions through the self-application of Yoga and Reflexology. She has handled numerous cases, including critical illnesses, with her customized combination of Yoga Therapy, Reflexology Therapy, Acupressure Therapy, and Psycho-social Counselling.

With her passion for complementary health and commitment to serving her community, Elora is an invaluable resource for anyone seeking natural healing and wellness in Bangladesh. Her expertise and dedication have helped many individuals achieve optimal health and well-being. In January 2020, she authored a critically acclaimed book titled “Reflexology: Theory & Practice” (ISBN 978-984-34-7778-1), further showcasing her knowledge and expertise in natural healing.