The Sixties Scoop Healing Foundation's new Director of Programs - Mohammed Hossain


Greetings fellow Survivors and Adoptees, and extended community members,

Spring message from the staff at The Sixties Scoop Healing Foundation are pleased to announce the appointment of new Director of Programs , Mohammed Hossain.

Mohammed had been a nonprofit manager with more than 19 years of progressive experience in health, education, disability, Indigenous communities, housing, and homelessness.

He has diversified project management skills, including fund-raising, coordination, monitoring, stakeholder relations, logistics, and asset management.

He is also experienced in managing large humanitarian response programs .He has a Masters in Social Sciences along with numerous training and certificates, including Indigenous Canada, Clinical Supervision, Trauma Informed Practice, Managing High Performance, Health Program Management, and Humanitarian Program Operation etc.

Mohammed received a Civil Society Innovation Award from the Civil Society WASH Fund, AusAid in 2016 and Zero Project innovative education award, Austria in 2020. His research projects have been published in many international journals, including the European Journal of Education, The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health and many more.

We are grateful for your continued support of the Foundation and invite you to support our new Staff members on their new journey premised on trusted relationships, respect, reciprocity.  In the spirit of healing, restoration and solidarity,  gilakas'la, kinanâskomitin, marsee, marsi cho, migwetch, nia;wen, niaut, nakummek, nakirmiik, tshinashkumitin, wela'lin, tiawenhk, wliWni, nakummek, tiniki, LimLimpt, merci, thank you,

Sixties Scoop Healing Foundation Staff.