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    • OAU-IBAR AWVP TRAINING WORKSHOP held at Kenya Wildlife Service Veterinary Unit, Langata, Nairobi Kenya 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources; AU-IBAR
      The AWVP is a component of PARC, a well-established veterinary programme. It aims at eradicating rinderpest virus from Africa. The project will establish systems to monitor rinderpest at the interface between wild and ...
    • OAU-IBAR farming in tsetse control areas programme (FITCA)mid-term review..PDF 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources; AU-IBAR
      This study is the mid term review of the FITCA (Farming in tsetse controlled areas) Programme. This review is commissioned as planned in the FITCA Financing agreement. It has however been slightly delayed to take into ...
    • OAU/AU 50 Anniversary: Pan-Africanism and the African Renaissance 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources (2013)
      A pamphlet highlighting the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the OAU-AU held in Nairobi Kenya in 2013.
    • OBSERVATIONS ON PACE TANZANIA EXTENSION WORK PLAN AND COST ESTIMATES FOR YEAR 1 SUBMISSION OF EXTENSION GLOBAL PLAN. 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources; AU-IBAR
      This document presents a global plan for the proposed two years extension of the Tanzania component of the Pan-African Programme for the Control of Epizootics (PACE-TZ). PACE-TZ, together with 28 other African country ...
    • Organisation of African Unity / Inter African Bureau for Animal Resources (OAU/IBAR) Farming In Tsetse Controlled Areas (FITCA - Kenya Project). 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources; AU-IBAR
      This report is based on the findings of a survey carried out for FITCA-K by Kamau Kabbucho of Fineline Systems & Management Limited. The survey was commissioned to identify strategies and mechanisms by which FITCA-K could ...
    • Outbreak of Anthrax among the Hippopotamus population of the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda.pdf 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources; AU-IBAR
      A severe epidemic affecting hippopotami was reported in Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP), Uganda. At least 215 individuals had died of an acute infection with B. anthracis, which is known to be lethal for hippopotami. ...
    • PACE (K) 1sT QUARTER REPORT 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources; AU-IBAR
      Pan African Rinderpest Campaign (PARC) Kenya project was implemented alongside Emergency Programme for the Eradication of Rinderpest in Kenya (EPERK). The components addressed under PARC (K) project were: (i) Rinderpest ...
    • PACE FIRST HALF YEARLY REPORT JUNE-NOVEMBER 2002 YEAR THREE WORK PLAN AND COST ESTIMATE December 2002 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources; AU-IBAR
      The report summarizes the activities of the PACE Coordination Unit (PCU) and its Common Services during the first half year of the third work plan of PACE. It focuses on monitoring of national PACE programmes and support ...
    • PACE FIRST HALF YEARLY REPORT JUNE-NOVEMBER 2002 YEAR THREE WORK PLAN AND COST ESTIMATE December 2002 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources; AU-IBAR
      The report summarizes the activities of the PACE Coordination Unit (PCU) and its Common Services during the first half year of the third work plan of PACE. It focuses on monitoring of national PACE programmes and support ...
    • PACE Integrated Database Part 2 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources; AU-IBAR
      Passive Surveillance is a method whereby data on animal disease occurrence is collected from livestock owners' reports and field observation During this type of surveillance, the Vet in charge does not actively go into the ...
    • PACE Kenya project first quarter progress report for year 2 annual work programme. 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources; AU-IBAR
      The second year workplan was approved in December, 2002. Despite the holiday season and national elections, project activities still continued during the quarter. Follow-up investigations of the suspected Laikipia rinderpest ...
    • PACE Manual Procedures. 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources; AU-IBAR
      Animal health is a prior condition for the development of livestock farming and the rural world in Africa where, despite meat imports in particular, the population does not get proper amounts of animal protein. Animal ...
    • Pan - African programme for the control of Epizootic diseases (PACE) mid-term review. 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources; AU-IBAR
      The report presents the findings of the mid-term review (MTR) of PACE, the Pan African Program for the Control of Epizootic Diseases. The MTR was undertaken in October-November of 2002 by a team assembled by Development Network-of ...
    • Pan African Animal Health Yearbook 2004 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources (2004)
      Dans le cadre du suivi de la situation de la maladie à travers le continent, le BIRA recueille des rapports mensuels sur les maladies et la notification immédiate de la survenue d'une maladie d'urgence des pays membres de ...
    • Pan African Animal Resources Yearbook 2003 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources (2003)
      The Pan-African Animal Resources Yearbook (PARYB) will continue to evolve with its resignation as to cover all areas of Animal Resources in Africa instead of only Animal Health related issues. Thus more data and information ...
    • Pan African Animal Resources Yearbook 2005 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources (2005)
      The Pan-African Animal Resources Yearbook (PARYB) will continue to evolve with its resignation as to cover all areas of Animal Resources in Africa instead of only Animal Health related issues. Thus more data and information ...
    • Pan African Animal Resources Yearbook 2006 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources (2006)
      The Pan-African Animal Resources Yearbook (PARYB) will continue to evolve with its resignation as to cover all areas of Animal Resources in Africa instead of only Animal Health related issues. Thus more data and information ...
    • Pan African Animal Resources Yearbook 2007 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources (2007)
      The Pan-African Animal Resources Yearbook (PARYB) will continue to evolve with its resignation as to cover all areas of Animal Resources in Africa instead of only Animal Health related issues. Thus more data and information ...
    • Pan African Animal Resources Yearbook 2008 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources (2008)
      The Pan-African Animal Resources Yearbook (PARYB) will continue to evolve with its resignation as to cover all areas of Animal Resources in Africa instead of only Animal Health related issues. Thus more data and information ...
    • Pan African Animal Resources Yearbook 2009 

      African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources (2009)
      The Pan-African Animal Resources Yearbook (PARYB) will continue to evolve with its resignation as to cover all areas of Animal Resources in Africa instead of only Animal Health related issues. Thus more data and information ...