Dr. Mukhlesur Rahman Khan was a SAVE THE FROGS! volunteer and a
professor in the Bangladesh Agricultural University’s Department of
Fisheries Biology and Genetics in Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Dr. Khan
passed away on 31 October, 2012.
Dr. Khan arranged an educational event on the 4th Annual Save The
Frogs Day at his university. About 80 teachers, PhD,
and Masters students from several institutions participated in the
program. He was a dedicated amphibian lover in Bangladesh and
conducted several studies in collaboration with Japanese researchers
over the past decade. He published several research publications in
national and international journals. We appreciate his dedication to
amphibian research and education in Bangladesh.
Please help us to start a scholarship in Dr. Khan’s memory so that we
can fund talented amphibian conservationists in Bangladesh. We are
trying to raise $500 for the 2013 Professor Mukhlesur Rahman Khan
Award for Amphibian Conservation. If you can donate $50 or higher
towards this fund, we will gladly list your name in the Thank You
section of the SAVE THE FROGS! Bangladesh webpage. Please Donate HERE! and then email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know to direct your donation to the Professor Mukhlesur Rahman Khan Award for Amphibian Conservation.
Professor Mukhlesur Rahman Khan in yellow.
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