In the Spotlight: Faridul Haque
WorldFish and the CGIAR research program on Fish Agri-Food Systems (FISH) are global leaders in aquatic food systems research and innovation, and science and partnerships are the foundation of our work. Our team delivers robust evidence to policymakers and technological innovations to producers, supply chain actors and consumers to transform food systems. In this series, we profile our accomplished scientists in the spotlight. Faridul Haque is a gender specialist at WorldFish in Bangladesh. He is a Chevening scholar and earned his second master's degree in development studies from the University of Sussex in the UK. He has worked for national and international organizations, including CARE Bangladesh and the Gender and Water Alliance. At WorldFish, his primary responsibilities include leading gender assessment studies and gender mainstreaming in aquatic food systems.