Australia Awards alumna from Bangladesh Sultana Afroz made CEO of PPP Authority

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Australia Awards alumna Sultana Afroz has been made the Chief Executive Officer of Public Private Partnership (PPP) Authority of the Prime Minister's Office in Bangladesh with the rank of Secretary.

Additional Secretary Sultana Afroz, currently the United Nations Wing
chief at Economic Relations Division (ERD), has been promoted to the
rank of Secretary.

She has been made the Chief Executive Officer of Public Private
Partnership (PPP) Authority of the Prime Minister's Office with the rank
of Secretary.

The Public Administration Ministry issued a gazette notification in this regard on Sunday, says a media release.

Sultana Afroz obtained an MA degree in Public Administration from the
Kennedy School of Government (KSG), Harvard University, and joined the
Bangladesh Civil Service (administration cadre) in December 1989.

She served as Economic Counselor at Bangladesh Embassy in Rome and
was Alternate Permanent Representative of Bangladesh to UN Agencies
(FAO, IFAD & WFP) in Rome.

Afroz was a Board Director of International Fund for Agricultural
Development (IFAD). She also served as chargé d'affaires at Bangladesh
Embassy in Rome.

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