Dr. Kazi Kamrul  Islam
Dr. Kazi Kamrul Islam

Professor Contact No : 01711113091
Department of Agroforestry Email : kamrulbau@yahoo.com
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Research Interest:    Forest Policy; Agroforestry; Forest management; Coperatives in Agroforestry; Forerstland grabbing; Livelihood; Poverty.
Post-Doct And Staff    - 2019
Kyushu University
Japan
Post-Doc(JSPS, Pathway)    - 2019
Kyushu University, Japan
Japan, USA
Post-Doct (JSPS, Standard)    - 2015
Kyushu University
Japan, Germany
PhD    - 2012
Kyushu University
Japan
MSc    - 2009
Wageningen University
the Netherlands
MS In Agroforestry    - 2003
BAU
Bangladesh
B.Sc.Ag.(Hons.)    - 2001
BAU
Bangladesh
HSC
Cantonment College, Jessore
Bangladesh
SSC
BAF Shaheen College, Jessore
Bangladesh
Total Number:  7
 

Conducted research on- Forest Policy, Agroforestry, Participatory forestry, Cooperatives and Forestland grabbing, Livelihood, Poverty

Total Number:  25
 

National and International (>25): Agroforestry, Forest Policy and Management, Office Management, Traditional Knowledge, Statistics (Canco, R, SPSS, MSTAT, etc.) Questionnaire Preparation, Scientific writing, Teaching Methods & Techniques, Foundation for Uni. Teachers, Natural Resource Management, ICT, Web Page, etc.

Professor
14 Sep, 2016 - 14 Sep, 2020
BAU
Associate Professor
14 Sep, 2012 - 13 Sep, 2016
BAU
Assistant Professor
06 Jun, 2006 - 13 Sep, 2012
BAU
Lecturer
29 Feb, 2004 - 05 Jun, 2006
BAU
Total Number:  61
 

1. K.K. Islam and Kimihiko Hyakumura. 2019. Forestland concession, land rights and livelihood of ethnic minorities: the case of the Madhupur Sal forest, Bangladesh. Forests, 10:288. https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=qCq9OxEAAAAJ&hl=en     or   https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Kazi_Islam26

2. K. K. Islam and Kimihiko Hyakumura. 2018. Forestland grabbing by the foreigners in Hokkaido, Japan: Is it a big concern for sustainable forest development. Applied Sciences, 8(10):1724.

3. K. K. Islam, Takahiro Fujiwara, Noriko Sato and Kimihiko Hyakumura. 2018. Evolving and Strengthening the Cooperative Approach for Agroforestry Farmers in Bangladesh: Lessons Learned from the Shimogo Cooperative in Japan. Sustainability, 10(3), 617.

4. K.K. Islam, Masakazu Tani, Kazuo Asahiro, M. Zulfikar Rahman, Takahiro Fujiwara and Noriko Sato. 2016. Analysis of actor power and livelihood assets in participatory forest management: experiences from Bangladesh. International Journal of Natural Resource Ecology and Management 1(3): 88-98.

5. M.N. Miah, M.K. Hasan and K.K. Islam 2016. Geochemical analysis of forest floor leaf litters of Madhupur Sal forest of Bangladesh. Fundamental and Applied Agriculture, 1(1): 23-27.

6. K.K. Islam, S. Jose, Masakazu Tani, Kimihiko Hyakumura, Max Krott and Noriko Sato. 2015. Does actor power impede outcomes in participatory agroforestry approach? Evidence from Sal forests area, Bangladesh. Agroforestry System (Springer), 89(5):885-899.

7. K.K. Islam, Takahiro Fujiwara, Kimihiko Hyakumura, Masakazu Tani and Noriko Sato. Analyzing domestic agroforestry markets and necessities of cooperatives for agroforestry products in Bangladesh. Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary, 1(32): 151-170, April, 2015.

8. K.K. Islam, Hyakumura Kimihiko, Masakazu Tani, Max Krott and Noriko Sato. 2014. Actors’ power, livelihood asset and participatory forestry in Bangladesh: evidence from the Sal forests area. Open Journal of Forestry (USA), 4(5): 1-9.

9. K.K. Islam, R.M. Mallik, Takahiro Fujiwara and Noriko Sato. 2014. Participatory forestry and rural development: sharable lessons for better management across south Asia. International Forestry Review, 16(5): 453-459.

10. K.K. Islam, Takahiro Fujiwara, Masakazu Tani and Noriko Sato. 2014. Marketing of agroforestry products in Bangladesh: A value chain analysis. American Journal of Agriculture and Forestry, 2(4): 135-145.

11. K.K. Islam and Noriko Sato. 2013. Protected Sal forests and livelihoods of ethnic minority: Experience from Bangladesh. Sustainable Forestry. 32(4): 412-436 (Yale University, USA).

12. K.K. Islam, G.M. Rahman, Takahiro Fujiwara and Noriko Sato. 2013. People’s participation in forest conservation and livelihoods improvements: Experience from a forestry project in Bangladesh. International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services & Management. 9(1): 30-43 (Taylor and Francis Journal, UK)

13. K.K. Islam and Noriko Sato. 2012. Participatory forestry in Bangladesh: Has it helped to increase livelihoods of Sal forests dependent poor people. Southern Forest, 74(2):89-101 (Taylor and Francis)

26. K.K. Islam, Marjanke. Hoogastra, M.O. Ullah and Noriko Sato. 2012. Economic contribution of participatory agroforestry program to poverty alleviation: a case from Sal forests, Bangladesh. Journal of Forestry Research. 23(2): 323-332 (Springer Journal).

14. K.K. Islam and Noriko Sato. 2012. Deforestation, land conversion and illegal logging in Bangladesh: The case of the Sal forests. iForest- Biogeoscience and Forestry. 5: 171-178 (European Journal).

15. K.K. Islam, Dipesh Joshi and Noriko Sato. 2012. Tiger conservation in Chitwan National Park, Nepal: An analysis of social, ecological and management perspectives. International Journal of Environment, 2 (1), 64-72.

16. K.K. Islam, Hyakumura Kimihiko, Fujiwara Takahiro and Noriko Sato. 2011. Confronting people-oriented forest management realities in Bangladesh: An analysis of actors’ perspective. International Journal of Social Forestry. 4(2): 153-179.

17. K.K. Islam, S. Patricia and Y. Rinchen. 2011. Broadleaved regeneration dynamics in the pine plantation. Journal of Forest Science, 57 (10): 432-438 (EU Journal)

18. Islam, K.K., Sato, N., Hoogastra, M. 2010. Poverty alleviation in Bangladesh: The case of the participatory Agroforestry Program. International Forestry Review, 12(5): 412-415 (UK Journal).

19. K.K. Islam and Noriko Sato. 2010. Constraints of Participatory agroforestry program to poverty alleviation. American-Eurasian J. Agric. & Environ. Sci. 9(4): 427-435 (USA).

20. M. Rahman, F. begum, A. Nishat and K.K. Islam. 2010. Species richness of climbers in natural and successional stands of Madhupur Sal (Shorea robusta) forest. Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems, 12: 117-122.

21. K.K. Islam, M.H. Rashid, M.J. Pervin and G.M.M. Rahaman. 2008. Impact of traditional homestead agroforestry on the livelihood of the farmers in northern Bangladesh. Journal of Agroforestry and Environment, 2(1): 49-52.

22. K.K. Islam, M.J. Pervin, M.H. Rashid, M.A. Mondol and M.A. Rahim. 2008. Performance of winter vegetables grown under coconut-lemon based multistrata agroforestry system. Tropical and Sub tropical Agroecosystems. 8: 165-170.

23.Y. Fatema, G.M.M. Rahman and K.K .Islam. 2007. Effect of polybag size on seedling growth of three commercial multipurpose trees in Bangladesh. Journal of Agroforestry and Environment. 1(1): 31-34.

24. M.H. Rashid, K.K. Islam, M.J. Pervin and G.M.M. Rahman. 2007. Traditional Homestead Agroforestry Practices and their Impact on the Livelihood of the selected farmers of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Extension Education. 18(1&2): 105-109.

25. M.M. Hasan, S.M. Asaduzzaman, K.K. Islam and M.A. Hossain. 2007. Effect of organic and inorganic fertilizer on growth and yield of wheat in agrisilvicultural syatem. Journal of Agroforestry and Environment, 1(1): 137-142.

26. M.M. Miah, M.M. Monsi and K.K. Islam. 2007. Performance of papaya in the litchi based multilayered Agroforestry system. Journal of Agroforestry and Environment, 1(1): 133-136.

27. M.M.Rahman, H.Vacik, F.Begum, A.Nishad and K.K.Islam. 2007. Composition of structural diversity of tree-crop association in peripheral and buffer zone of Gachabari Sal forest area, Madhupur. Journal of Forestry Research 18(1): 23-26. (Springer Journal)

28. K.K.Islam, M.A.R.Khokon, M.J.Pervin, M.M.Rahman and H.Vacik. 2007. Prevalence of ectomycorrhizal fungi in Madhupur Sal forest of Bangladesh. Journal of Agroforestry and Environment. 1(1): 27-30.

29. K. K. Islam, G. M. M. Rahman and A. T. M. Rafiqul Hoque. 2006. Infestation of insect pests in tree-rice agroforestry system. Journal of Forestry Research 17(1):44–47. (Springer Journal)

30. K.K. Islam, A.T.M. Rafiqual Hoque and M.F. Mamun. 2006. Effect of level of pruning on the performance of rice-sissoo based agroforestry system. American Journal of Plant Physiology. 1(1):13-20.

31. M.J. Pervin, K.K. Islam and M.A. Baten. 2006. Heat storage and energy balance of water of irrigated rice field. Bangladesh Journal of Environmental Science. 12(1): 101-105.

32. M.A. Islam, Q.F. Quadir and K.K. Islam. 2006. Assessment of seed protein and nutrient contents in some selected crops. Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science and Technology. 4(1): 13-16.

33. A. Mamun, K.K. Islam, M.H. Rashid and G.M.M. Rahman. 2006. Effect of different canopy structures of Eucalyptus species and plot orientations on the performance of rice in crop land agroforestry system. Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science and Technology. 4(2): 137-140.

34. F. Islam and K.K. Islam. 2005. Performance of red amaranth grown in association with timber saplings in agroforestry system. Bangladesh Journal of Crop Science. 16(1): 101-105.

35. K.K. Islam, G.M.M. Rahman, M.N. Uddin and M.M. Rahman. 2004. Performance of Kangkong grown in association with timber saplings. Bangladesh Journal of Crop Science 13-15: 77-82.

36. K.K. Islam, G.M.M. Rahman, A.K. Hasan and T.R. Khan. 2004. The effect of Akashmoni-rice based agroforestry system on the prevalence of major rice diseases. Bangladesh Journal of Crop Science 13-15: 57-61.

37. A.S.M.Alam, M.A.Wadud, K.K.Islam, K.L.Hossain and G.M.M.Rahman. 2001. The yield and yield contributing characters of rice as influenced by growing trees in association with rice cv.BR11 under the cropland agroforestry system. Progressive Agriculture 12(1&2):41-45.

38. M.M. Hasan, K.K. Islam, R. Yeasmin, M.M. Hossain and D. Hossain. 2007. Performance of stem amaranth (Amaranthus oleraceus) grown as understory vegetable with various tree species. Bangladesh Journal of Seed Science and Technology. 11(1&2): 49-51.

Proceeding

  1. K.K. Islam, Takahiro Fujiwara, Noriko Sato and Kimihiko Hyakumura, 2019. Evolving and strengthening cooperative approach for the agroforestry farmers in Bangladesh: lesson learn from Japan. 4th World Congress on Agroforestry, held in 20-22, 2019. Montpellier, France. https://agroforestry2019.cirad.fr/
  2. K.K. Islam and Kimihiko Hyakumura. 2019. Forestland grabbing, land rights and sustainable development of Sal forests: inside from Bangladesh. The 130 JFS (Japanese Forest Society) annual meeting and conference, 20-23 March 2019, Niigata, Japan. https://www.forestry.jp/meeting/meeting130/130-1e.html
  3. K.K. Islam and Kimihiko Hyakumura. 2018. Forestland grabbing by the foreigners in Hokkaido, Japan and the question of sustainable forest development. The 2018 Japanese Forest Economic Society (JFES) conference, 16-18 November, 2018, Tsukuba University, Japan. http://www.jfes.org/kenkyukai/JFES_2018_Fall/2018_fall.html
  4. K.K. Islam and Kimihiko Hyakumura. 2018. In the lens of actors’ power: the challenges of social forest management in the tropical forests area of Bangladesh. International Society of the Tropical Foresters (ISTF) Conference, 1-3 February, 2018, Yale University, USA. https://istf.yale.edu/2018-conference
  5. 5. K.K. Islam, Noriko Sato and Kimihiko Hyakumura. 2017. Political economy of people-oriented forest management in Bangladesh. The 2017 Japanese Forest Economic Society (JFES) conference, 10-13 November, 2017, Kyushu University, Japan. http://www.jfes.org/kenkyukai/JFES_2017_Fall/jfes2017_fall_1.html
  6. K.K. Islam, Hyakumura Kimihiko, Masakazu Tani, Max Krott and Noriko Sato. 2014. Actors’ power, livelihood asset and participatory forestry in Bangladesh: evidence from the Sal forests area. The 4th World Congress on Engineering and Technology (CET), 26-28 October, 2014, Wuhan, China. http://www.engii.org/cet2014/
  7. K.K. Islam, R.M. Mallik, Takahiro Fujiwara and Noriko Sato. 2014. Participatory forestry and rural development: sharable lessons for better management across south Asia. IUFRO 2014 World Congress, 05-11 October, 2014 Salt Lake City, USA. http://iufro2014.com/scientific-program/overview/
  8. K.K. Islam, Takahiro Fujiwara and Noriko Sato. 2014. Analyzing the marketing systems of agroforestry products: a case study from Madhupur Sal forests, Bangladesh. Japan Forest Society 125 Conference, 25 -29 March, Sonic City Hall, Saitama, Japan http://www.forestry.jp/meeting/
  9. K.K. Islam, Takahiro Fujiwara and Noriko Sato. 2013. Economic contribution of small scale forestry programs towards rural development: experiences from Bangladesh. IUFRO joint conference of 3.08 & 6.08 Future Directions of Samll-scale and Community-based Forestry. September 8-13, 2013 Kyushu University, Japan http://ffpsc.agr.kyushu-u.ac.jp/policy/IUFRO/Proceeding.html
  10. K.K. Islam, Takahiro Fujiwara, Hyakumura Kimihiko and Noriko Sato. 2013. Economic contribution of social forestry programs towards livelihoods improvement of Sal forests dependent people in Bangladesh. The Japan Society of Tropical Ecology in Fukuoka, 14- 16 June, 2013. Online at: http://ffpsc.agr.kyushu-u.ac.jp/policy/JASTE23/index.html
  11. K.K. Islam and Noriko Sato. 2012. Protected area and livelihoods of ethnic community: experience from Bangladesh. The sixth International conference on Environmental Science and technology. The American Academy of Sciences, Hilton Hotel, Houston, TX, June 25-29, 2012. Online at: http://www.aasci.org/conference/env/2012/index.html
  12. K.K. Islam, G.M.M. Rahman, Takahiro Fujiwara and Noriko Sato. 2012. Evaluating people’s participation and resource conservation in a forestry project in Bangladesh. Asia sustainable local resource management workshop. University of Kyushu, Fukuoka, March 6, 2012. Online at: http://ffpsc.agr.kyushu-u.ac.jp/policy//scbrm/PP2012/Workshop_Proceedings.pdf
  13. K.K. Islam and Noriko Sato. 2011. Participatory Forestry in Bangladesh: Does it help to increase livelihoods on poor forest dependent people. Japan Forestry Society 122 Conference, 25-28 March, University of Shizuoka, Japan. Online at: http://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/browse/jfsc/121/0/_contents/-char/ja/
  14. K.K. Islam and Noriko Sato. 2011. Rethinking the causes of deforestation: Experience from Sal forests, Bangladesh. 2nd International Conference on Environmental Aspects of Bangladesh (ICEAB). University of Kitakyushu, September 10-11, 2010. Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan. Online at: http://www.benjapan.org/iceab101
  15. K.K.Islam and Noriko Sato. 2010. Participatory forestry and poverty alleviation: a case from Sal forest, Bangladesh. Japan Forestry Society 121 Conference at University of Tsukuba, Japan. Online at: http://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/browse/jfsc/121/0/_contents/-char/ja/
  16. K.K. Islam, Dipesh Joshi and Noriko Sato. 2010. Tiger conservation and its feasibility study in Nepal. International Conference on Environmental Aspects of Bangladesh (ICEAB). University of Kitakyushu, 4th September, 2010. Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan. Online at: http://www.benjapan.org/iceab10
  17. Islam, K.K., Sato, N., Hoogastra, M. 2010. Poverty alleviation in Bangladesh: The case of the participatory Agroforestry Program. Forests for the Future: Sustaining Society and the Environment. XXIII IUFRO World Congress, 23-28 August 2010, Seoul, Republic of Korea. Online at: http://www.iufro2010.com/index.asp
  18. K.K.Islam and G.M.M.Rahman. 2006. Effect of Eucalyptus-rice based Agroforestry system on the prevalence of major rice diseases. Proceeding of the sustainable management and development of mountainous and Island areas, Naxos, Greece. 1: 162-165. Books,
  19. Islam K.K. and Kimihiko Hyakumura 2018. Political economy of participatory forestry in Bangladesh. In: Khurshed A. (ed.) Bangladesh: Economic, Political and Social Issues. Nova Science Publishers.
  20. Islam K.K. and Sato N. 2018. Actors and their power in social forest management. In: Tani M., Rahman M. (eds.) Deforestation in the Teknaf Peninsula of Bangladesh. Springer Publication.
  21. Kazi Kamrul Islam and Noriko Sato. 2013. People oriented forest management in Bangladesh. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany.
  22. Kazi Kamrul Islam. 2014. Japan Imperial Forest Goryorin, 1889-1945 by Conrad Totman. Forest Economy, 67 (1): 17-19
Total Number:  29
 

International

1.Workshop on “Questionnaire preparation” during 01.01.2009 to 15.01.2009 at Wageningen University, the Netherlands.

2.Workshop on “Scientific writing” during 01.03.2009 to 15.03.2009 at Wageningen University, the Netherlands.

3.Workshop on “Interview techniques” during 01.01.2009 to 15.01.2009 at Wageningen University, the Netherlands.

4.Workshop on “Intercultural Communication” during 01.03.2009 to 15.03.2009 at Wageningen University, the Netherlands.

5.IUFRO XXIII World Forestry Congress, completed one week workshop on: Roles of Traditional Forest Knowledge in Sustainable Forest Management and Poverty Alleviation, as SAP (Scientist Assistance Program) awarder, August 16-21, 2010.

6.Completed Workshop on International Development-I, Kyushu University, March, 2010. Fukuoka, Japan.

7.Completed Scientific Report Writing workshops organized by the Kyushu University on June, 2012.

8.Workshop on Land Grabbing, during 22-23 February, 2014 at Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University, Japan.

9.E-learning course on “Nonchemical Pest Management in Agriculture” during 07.12.2015 to 09.12.2015 organized by the Asian Productivity Organization (APO), Tokyo, Japan.

10.Training on “Completing Claims on Natural Resources” during 29.02.2016 to 11.03.2016 conducted by the Centre for the Development Organization (CDI), Wageningen University, Wageningen city, the Netherlands.

National

•One week “Extension Field Trip”- from 09 to 14 June 2000 Organized by the Department of Agricultural Extension Education, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh. Bangladesh.

•“Administration, Office Management and Communication” -Training course during 03 to 13 November 2001 organized by the Graduate Training Institute, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh.

•“Scientific Report Writing” -Training course during 19 to 24 June 2004 organized by the Graduate Training Institute, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh.

•“Acquisition and Management of Agroforestry Knowledge” - Training Workshop during 13 to 21 March 2005 organized and funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Bangladesh.

•“Teaching Methods and Techniques” -Training course during 12 to 26 February 2005 organized by the Graduate Training Institute, Bangladesh, Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh.

•Degree on “Diploma in Computer Science”- during 9 October 2001 to 10 April 2002 organized by Top Ten Network, Jessore, Bangladesh.

•Courses on “English (Advanced)” – during 10 October to 9 November 2005 offered by the Engineers’ Council of Information Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

•Training on “Project Cycle Management and TAPP Preparation”- during 26 to 31 December 2005 offered by Bangladesh Agricultural University Research System (BAURES) & organized by the Graduate Training Institute, Bangladesh, Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh.

•Workshop on “Strengthening ICT Facilities in Bangladesh Agricultural University” at 23 November 2006, organized by the Graduate Training Institute, Bangladesh, Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh.

•Training courses on “Web Page Design and Hosting” during December 09 to 13, 2006, organized by the Graduate Training Institute (GTI), Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh.

•Completed a courses on “Agricultural Statistics and Mstatc” during September 08 to 13, 2007, organized by Graduate Training Institute (GTI), Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh.

•Successfully completed the course on Curriculum Development and Teaching Methodology, during March 05 to 07, 2013 organized by the Graduate Training Institute (GTI), Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh.

•Completed Training Workshop on Curriculum Development and Creative Questions, during 22-23 August 2015 organized by Faculty of Agriculture (BAU), GTI (Graduate Training Institute) and UGC (University Grants Commission), Bangladesh.

•Completed Training on The Essential Electronic Agricultural Library held on 17-18 April, 2016 at Bangladesh Agricultural University organized by the TEEAL.

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Title Institution Subject Receipt Date
The Netherland Government Fellowship (NUFFIC) for 2008 for conducting MSc at Wageningen University NUFFIC, Netherlands Forestry 2007
Japan Government Scholarship (MEXT) for conducting PhD degree Japan Govt Forest Policy 2009
Fuji Xerox award and research grant as foreign scientist category Fuji Xerox, Japan Agroforestry 2010
IUFRO World Forest Congress, XXIII, 2010 Scientist Assistance Program (SAP) IUFRO Forest Policy 2010
Best Presenter Award, Rethinking the causes of deforestation: Experience from Sal forests, Bangladesh. 2nd International Conference on Environmental Aspects of Bangladesh (ICEAB). University of Kitakyushu Forest Policy 2010
JSPS Institutional Program for Young Researcher Overseas Visit Award Kyushu University Forest Policy 2012
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Post-Doctoral Fellowship (Standard) as Foreign Kyushu University Forest Policy 2013
Netherlands Fellowship Program (NFP) award to attend the short course on Completing Claims on Natural Resources at CDI Wageninigen University, Netherlands NFP fellowship 2016
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Post-Doctoral Fellowship (Pathway to university position in Japan) and Researcher Kyushu University Forest Policy 2017
Membership Type Organization
General Member Japan Forest Economic Society
Life Member Agroforestry Society of Bangladesh
General Member Japan Forest Society
Life Member JUAAB
Life Member Krishibid Organization