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Mohima Gomes

Mohima Gomes

Research Associate

mohima.gomes@bracu.ac.bd

Mohima Gomes joined BRAC Institute of Governance and Development (BIGD), BRAC University as a Research Associate under the Economic Cluster. Mohima recently completed her Bachelor of Arts in Economics with a double minor in Development Studies and Finance from Asian University for Women with distinction. During her academic course, she served the student community at AUW as Teaching Assistant for Intermediate Macroeconomics and as Peer Tutor at AUW Writing Center. Prior to joining as a Research Associate, she worked as a Trainee Research Associate (TRA) under the Young Researchers’ Fellowship (YRF) program of BIGD. In 2019, she completed her Internship at the Institute of Wellbeing. She aspires to pursue her career in the development sector of Bangladesh and contribute to the policymaking and research field as a female researcher.

Journal Article

Economic Recovery of the New Poor Created by COVID-19: Evidence From Bangladesh

Date: 2023

Author(s): Gomes, Mohima; Jahan, Nusrat; Shatil, Tanvir; Tahsin, Nabila; Das, Narayan; Matin, Imran.

Publisher: Development in Practice

Report

Rapid Assessment of BRAC’s Disability Inclusive Ultra-Poor Graduation (DIUPG) Programme

Date: 2023

Author(s): Gomes, Mohima; Kamruzzaman, Md.; Tahsin, Nabila; Islam, Md. Karimul; Biswas, Dipika

Publisher: BIGD

Report

A Timely Response for the Sudden Poor An Early Evaluation of BRAC’s New Poor Program

Date: 2022

Author(s): Gomes, Mohima; Shatil, Tanvir; Jahan, Nusrat; Tahsin, Nabila; Das, Narayan C; Matin, Imran

Publisher: BIGD

Report

Impact Evaluation Report of the Women’s Skill Development for Freelancing Marketplaces (WSDFM) Program

Date: 2022

Author(s): Arman, Md. Raied; Bhattacharjee, Anindita; Das, Narayan; Ghosh, Dipanwita; Gomes, Mohima; Huq, Lopita; Kamruzzaman, Md.; Mahmood, Sakib

Publisher: BIGD

An Early Evaluation of BRAC’s New Poor Programme

Status: Completed

Researcher(s): Imran Matin, PhD, Narayan C. Das, PhD, Nusrat Jahan, Mohima Gomes, Nabila Tahsin, Tanvir Shatil

Topic(s): BRAC Programs, Economic Development, Ultra-Poor Graduation

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