Suraiya Haque completed her studies in: Global Social Benefit Incubator, Santa Clara University Center for Science, Technology and Society; Strategic Perspectives in Non-profit Management, Harvard Business School; Women, Men and Development, Sussex University, UK. 1996, Advocacy Fellows Programme, Advocacy Institute, Washington DC; NGDO management training; Director, Bace; Local Consultant, Day Care Project, Royal Danish Embassy, Dhaka. She is a Member of Bangladesh Child Rights Forum, a Schwab Foundation Social Entrepreneur, and an Ashoka Fellow. Suraiya's professional interests are management and gender issues.
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- Hybrid Social Enterprise
- Gender Inequality; Workforce and Employment
- Areas of Impact
- South Asia, Bangladesh
Phulki is an organization, started in 1991, aiming to establish childcare as a women's right arguing that childcare is an important institution that allows more women to participate in the job market, and should be the responsibility of the state and the community. It has helped establish on site childcare for ready made garment factories, banks and the public sector. Through on-site daycare services in factories, businesses and government offices, Phulki helps secure a future for children while their mothers earn a living.