Fardawza Ahmed

Senior Programmes Manager

As a Senior Programmes Manager, Fardawza supports the development and delivery of What Works for Children’s Social Care programmes, which aim to improve outcomes for children, young people and their families.

Prior to WWCSC, she worked for the National Institute for Health Research which aims to improve the health and wealth of the nation through research. Fardawza worked in the social care workstream programme where she focussed on improving and strengthening the way social care is delivered for users of care services, carers and the public.

She has completed a BA in International Relations from The University of Birmingham, which has led her interest in the social care field in particular poverty, inequality and development.

In her spare time, Fardawza enjoys listening to crime podcasts and watching political documentaries.


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    Refugee Week and Healing To celebrate Refugee Week 2022, I wanted to shed some light on the work we’re doing to help and support the resilience of refugees and people seeking sanctuary in England. The theme of this year’s Refugee Week is Healing – recovering from a painful experience or situation, so that we can […]