Control-Supervision Committee

Rana Huseynova earned her Master of Social Work in Germany in 2015. During education years, she and her colleague wrote the project and implemented successfully subjected “Development of Social work with Migrants in Germany” with participating more than 20 organizations. She conducted a range of workshops on the same subject for bachelor students at Brandenburg Technical University. After graduation, she worked as a social worker with young migrants and families aged 12-27 in Munich. Currently, she is educating three subjects such as Social Work with Migrants; Social Work with Individuals, Groups and Families and International Social Work at Baku State University.

Susan Nabiyeva earned her bachelor degree on Teacher of Pedagogy and Psychology from Azerbaijan State Pedagogy University. Previously, she worked as a teacher, later as a director in the kindergarden since 2003. She went on her working in Boarding House for Children with Special Care during 2003-2012. She studied at Baku Pedagogical Specialization Training and Retraining Institute on social work and earned social work profession. She took part in many local or international trainings and worshops in social work. She was practiced social work process, social work with children, sturcture and management of Small Group House, social work with families, social services in Crisis Centre in Turkey and Austria. She is working as a diretor at Small Group House in Azerbaijan since 2012.

Sabina Rustamova is social and gender specialist with wide cross cultural experience in various Research, Social Impact , community development and Evaluation projects. She got her Bachelor’s and Master degree on Psychology from Baku State University. She also has second Master Degree on Social Work from the School of Social Work of Columbia University of New York. During the years at university Ms. Rustamova volunteered at local orphanages in suburbs of Baku city and conducted psycho- rehabilitation work among children with mental disability. Since then she started working in Non-governmental sector mainly on mezzo and macro level , implementing research and community development projects. Ms. Rustamova completed more than 30 various research projects, surveys, evaluations and community development projects in the South Caucasus and the Central Asia countries funded by international and local NGOs and institutions including the World Bank, ADB, OSF, Eurasia Foundation, UN agencies, BP and others. The research projects include studying social impact issues, social safeguards and gender mainstreaming in infrastructural and development projects implemented by international donor organizations in collaboration with National State agencies. Through the projects findings and recommendations Ms. Rustamova deliveries social work services to enhance well being of client population ( project affected people, vulnerable population, etc.) to ensure social justice and promoting gender equality. Ms. Sabina Rustamova has been working as Board Member and Member of Control-Supervision Committee of Azerbaijan Social Work Public Union since 2010.