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Technical Capacity Building Training of Rural Women Livestock Service Provider

Publication Date - 2016-03-02 00:00:00

Project Title : Technical Capacity Building Training of Rural Women Livestock Service Provider

Publicationed By : Professor Dr. Ashit Kumar Paul

Project Publication Date : 2016-03-02 00:00:00

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Project Description :

Project  Information

1. Title:

Technical Capacity Building Training of Rural Women Livestock Service Provider

2. Implementing Faculty/Department/Institute

Faculty of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine

3. Name of the SPM/PI/Director

Dr. Ashit Kumar Paul

4. Research Area /Field

Livestock Service

5. Objectives

a)      To develop community women livestock service provider.

6. Achievements

ü  A number of 20 Women Livestock Service Provider of Khulna, Satkhira, Jessore, Magura, Faridpur and Rajbari district have been developed through training program.

7. Implementation status:

Commencement:

Completion:

Ongoing:

Completed

8. Funding Source:

CARE Bangladesh (USAID Agricultural Extension Support Activity project)

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