Rozina has been involved with almost all of BRAC's programs. Her family was identified as one of the poorest, most marginalized families in her village by BRAC's Targeting the Ultra-Poor program, through which she learned how to read and write, received a sanitary latrine, and received two cows and two goats, which she has since sold. Since her initial grant, she has taken out several microfinance loans which she has used to buy 18 goats and a plot of land. Through BRAC's Gender Justice and Diversity department, both Rozina and her husband were trained as a Gender Justice Educators. They have become outspoken advocates for women's rights in their community. Her children attend BRAC schools and she is the secretary for her community's BRAC Citizen Action Group (Polli Somaj) meetings. She has become a trusted and influential resource in her community and an inspiration for other women.
Rozina is the secretary for her local BRAC Citizen Action Group (Polli Somaj) where she meets with other women to address and devise goals issues around division of labor, access to food, domestic violence, control and access to resources, health issues and increasing male participation in household work. In this Picture: Rozina attending a focus group about gender equality in her community.