Sadia Afrin

Sadia Afrin
University of Adelaide · School of Architecture and Built Environment

Doctor of Philosophy

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Additional affiliations
June 2016 - May 2018
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Position
  • Research Assistant
October 2014 - April 2016
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Position
  • Master of Philosophy
Education
July 2018 - July 2022
University of Adelaide
Field of study
  • Architecture
September 2014 - April 2016
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Field of study
  • Architecture
June 2006 - November 2011
University of Asia Pacific
Field of study
  • Architecture

Publications

Publications (6)
Article
Climate change has introduced a new social group called ‘‘Climate migrants’.’ In 1995, approximately 25 million people worldwide were considered to be environment or climate refugees, it is anticipated that this number will have increased to 200 million by 2050. Bangladesh is one of the countries highly exposed to extreme ‘‘climate’’ and an appropr...
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This research inspects the utilization of domestic space management in marginalized slums of Bangladesh towards comprehending the contribution of urban poor women’s informal employment as a private initiative. The components that influence the physical association of “home-based enterprises” (HBEs) spaces and its quality are assessed concerning the...
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With overall high population growth and rural-to-urban migration, housing remains a prominent urban problem worldwide. Especially in developing country like Bangladesh, government struggles to provide basic urban facilities to urban poor. There were attempts to provide affordable housings, but the target users often forfeited them by reselling or r...
Conference Paper
In developing country like Bangladesh, it is very challenging for the government to deliver the elementary urban amenities to urban poor especially who live in slums. There were endeavors to provide affordable housings, but the target-users often forfeit them in the form of reselling or renting, and return back to slum life. Contextual studies show...

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