Final report on the assignment as East African Epidemiologist of the Pan African Programme for the Control of Epizootics (PACE)
African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources
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The improvement of livelihoods and food security of livestockdependent communities in a number of Sub-Saharan member states of AU is the overriding goal of PACE. The goal will be pursued through improved productivity of livestock resources in PACE Regions, based on safeguarding animal health against major epizootic diseases and on more efficient animal health care delivery. The approach is designed to be sustainable and it has an additional long-term goal for the integration of African livestock producers into international trade
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