Salma Sultana receives Norman E Borlaug Award by Rockefeller Foundation
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Dhaka, Oct. 14 -- Sultana is recognised for her innovative model providing veterinary outreach, treatment and education to thousands of small-scale farmers in Bangladesh, The World Food Prize said in a statement. She founded Bangladesh's first vocational training institute to educate hundreds of livestock service providers and create sustainable employment opportunities, especially for women and young people.
Sultana received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Chittagong Veterinary & Animal Sciences University in 2010. She expanded her studies by undertaking postgraduate training in India at Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University. Sultana returned to CVASU and earned a master's degree in pharmacology in 2014.
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