Md. A. Saleque is the adviser for the Agriculture and Livestock Programme for BRAC International and has a portfolio of eight countries outside Bangladesh. He has 31 years of experience in designing and implementing agriculture, food security, livestock and livelihood development programmes for BRAC and works closely with government, the private sector and international organizations such as IFAD, World Bank, DFID, ADB, WFP, EU and FAO. He was also involved in planning, designing and implementing numerous social enterprises (seed, poultry, feed mill, fish hatcheries, salt industry, cold storage, chicken processing plant, nursery, chilling plant, bull station, etc.) and worked as programme head of enterprises of BRAC. He was the IFAD/FAO project coordinator for the Smallholder Poultry Development Programme and also worked as the country team coordinator for the South Asia Pro-Poor Livestock Policy Programme (SAPPLPP). Saleque is the elected secretary of the International Network for Family Poultry Development (INFPD) which is responsible for promoting small-scale poultry rearing in 104 countries, and serves as a member of the board of several organizations.
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