In collaboration with, has stated its 3rd International Veterinary Education Conference today, 18 June 2015. The theme of the two-day conference (18- 19 June 2015) conference is “Enhancing Livestock Productivity, Role of Quality Veterinary Education, Research and Rationalization in Promoting Export Market to Endure Food Security and Sustainable Economic Growth”. Twenty-three scholars presented papers and six of thse studies were done by Haramaya University and supported by PRIME. Dr. Abdulmen Mohammed, PRIME staff, presented PRIME’s experience on competitive grants for private veterinary pharmacies. Each presentation was followed by a question and answer session in which challenges, lessons learned, recommendations and way forward were discussed. The conference was attended by more than 300 people, including, the State Minister for Livestock Development, and they were drawn from, Ministry of Agriculture, NGOs, senior officials of Haramaya University, Agricultural Research Centers, Deans of Veterinary Colleges of various universities, students.The conference was instrumental [read more = “Continue Reading” less=”Less”]

The 3rd International Veterinary Education Conference in Haramaya University in progressPRIME partnered with Haramaya University,the Ministry of Agriculture, the Ethiopian Veterinary Association (EVA) and other development partners to support the College of Veterinary Medicine,Haramaya University,to organize the 3rd International Veterinary Education Conference from June 17-19, 2015. The theme of the conference was, “Enhancing Livestock Productivity, Role of Quality Veterinary Education, Research and Rationalization in Promoting Export Market to Ensure Food Security and Sustainable Economic Growth”. Papers were presented under three thematic areas: Impact of Disease and Climate Change on Livestock Productivity; Veterinary Rationalization in bringing research findings and recommendations to the attention of decision makers and stakeholders.

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