Mohammed Kamal Hossain MSS
Mohammed Kamal Hossain is a nonprofit manager with more than 20 years of progressive experience in health, education, disability inclusion, indigenous communities, housing, and homelessness. He has diversified project management skills, including fund-raising, fund management, partnership operations, coordination, monitoring, stakeholder relations, logistics, and asset management. He is also experienced in managing large humanitarian response programs. He worked with a number of national/international non-profit organizations including Save the Children, Translators without Borders, Lighthouse for Supported Living, and Saskatoon Housing Initiative Partnerships (SHIP). At present he is working as Director Programs in Sixties Scoop Healing Foundation, a national nonprofit organizations working for Sixties Scoop Survivors in Canada.
Kamal has a Masters in Social Sciences degree along with numerous trainings and certificates, including Indigenous Canada, Clinical Supervision, Trauma Informed Practice, Managing High Performance, Health Program Management, Humanitarian Program Operation, etc.
He received a Civil Society Innovation Award from the Civil Society WASH Fund, AusAid, in 2016 for innovative action research on handwashing behaviors of schoolchildren. One of his projects focusing on inclusive education for children with disabilities won a global innovation award from Zero Project, Austria in 2017. His research projects have been published in many international journals, including the European Journal of Education, the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, and many more.