Kazi Ashfaqul Huq

Kazi Ashfaqul Huq is a behavioural insights and system design professional who works on and tells stories about the process of creating meaningful change. Kazi’s BRAC journey began in a behaviourally informed COVID-19 response project at its social innovation lab, where they now play the role of an interaction designer. Prior to BRAC, they worked in policy advocacy through an organisation that they co-founded, YPF. Kazi has a bachelor's degree from the Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka with a major in finance and a minor in economics.

June 19, 2023

5 tips for developing your very own behavioural board game

How can we expand our tools for facilitating impact beyond traditional programming? BRAC’s Social Innovation Lab has been experimenting with games for behavioural change programming for quite a while now and based on this wealth of experience, here we have curated 5 pointers for people looking to create their very own behavioural change board game.
July 12, 2021

How can behavioural insights help us to increase handwashing?

What prompts people to wash their hands and how can we use behavioural design to increase hand washing? Here is what we have learnt so far.
October 13, 2020

How do we get more people to wash hands?

What can we learn from successful global initiatives which promote hygiene behaviour change at scale?