Fahmina Rahman

Fahmina Rahman is a Program Manager at Social Impact. Prior to this, Fahmina worked as a Country Economist for IGC Ghana. She has also worked on an NGO and government led project in India on improving the quality of education in rural primary school, and as a human rights investigator in Bangladesh. Fahmina holds an MA in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School and a BSc in Mathematics and Economics from the London School of Economics. Fahmina’s research interests include education, skills training, SMEs and private sector development.

Content by Fahmina Rahman
  • Publication - Miscellaneous

    Ghana Newsfile: Education

    What does it take for a country to grow sustainably? Improved and accessible healthcare, improved infrastructure, a thriving private sector that creates jobs, access to finance for all and good governance are all fundamental components of every successful growth story. But arguably one of the most important factors is an educated populace. A strong education system that...

    21 Mar 2014 | Fahmina Rahman

  • Publication - Miscellaneous

    Ghana Newsfile: Mining

    Ghana is rich in gold. It is for the abundance of this valuable resource in the soils and rivers of this West African nation that the British called it the Gold Coast. In recent times questions have been raised about whether such rich natural endowments constitute a blessing or a curse. In a number of instances the exploitation of the natural resource leads to conflict...

    31 Jan 2014 | Fahmina Rahman