Dairy Project places its intellectual work at UVAS Pattoki

In order to sustain Dairy Project’s interventions and achievements, the project further placed its branded rack today in a Ribbon-cutting Ceremony at University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences (UVAS), Pattoki campus. These racks are intended to share project’s intellectual work, knowledge bank and database for extensive and immediate outreach to researchers, academia and others interested. 
The ribbon cutting was done by Prof. Dr. Anjum Khalique, Dean Faculty of Animal Production and Technology, UVAS Pattoki. Dairy Project’s representatives included, Ms. Shumaila Jamil, Manager Communications, Ms. Faiza Shakeel, Manager HR, Dr. Humera, Manager Field Operations and Communications Team. Followed by this, the project team gave a walkthrough of all the project’s intellectual database including corporate documentary.

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