Salma Qadir, the chief executive officer of Rights & Sight for Children (RSC) and Country Coordinator of Distressed Children & Infants International (DCI) for Bangladesh, passed away on August 2.
Salma Qadir was 57. She was suffering from Motor Neuron Disease (MND) for a short time, says a press release.
Born in Barishalin 1963, Salma worked tirelessly to develop and implement multiple programs for underprivileged people in Bangladesh and at the same time nurtured many future non-profit leaders.
Country Director of DCI-Bangladesh, Professor AK Azad Khan said, "I am deeply saddened to hear the sad news about Salma. It is a true loss when we lose dedicated and committed people like Salma. She is not a person that can be so easily replaced. Salma was a unique blend of true Professionalism and humanity. My tributes and condolences to all of DCI and RSC supporters and friends".