Iranian Biotechnology Expert  Maryam Tajabadi Receives Muslim  World Rania Award 2024

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Iranian Biotechnology Expert Maryam Tajabadi Receives Muslim World Rania Award 2024

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THERAN: Maryam Tajabadi, an Iranian expert in biotechnology, has been honored with the prestigious Muslim World Rania Award 2024 in Malaysia.

The award ceremony took place on Friday, February 24, in Kuala Lumpur, where 14 exceptional women from the Islamic world were recognized and celebrated.

Each recipient of the Rania Award is distinguished for their achievements as economic activists and entrepreneurs within their respective countries.

The Muslim World Rania Award aims to highlight and acknowledge the accomplishments of women across the globe, serving as a testament to their rights and contributions. Through showcasing exemplary women in the Muslim world, the award seeks to inspire and empower women worldwide.

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