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Vacancy: Project Manager – KVA Donkey Welfare project

Vacancy: Project Manager – KVA Donkey Welfare project

The Project Manager will have the ultimate management responsibility for the project and will ensure that the project activities are completed in time in line with budgetary guidelines. The Project Manager will report directly to the Head of the Secretariat. The overall function of the Project Manager will be to implement the strategic goals and objectives of the project. The position is based in Kajiado, KVA Isinya office with frequent travels within the County.

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Veterinarian of the Year Award (VOYA) 2017

Veterinarian of the Year Award (VOYA) 2017

The veterinary profession abounds with people who deserve recognition for their contributions to both animal and human health and welfare. These esteemed members of our community have dedicated themselves and their careers to a diverse range of disciplines – everything from agriculture, public health, public service, education, animal welfare, clinical practice and research, to government activities and professional education.

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World Rabies Day Celebrations and VOYA awards Report 2016

World Rabies Day Celebrations and VOYA awards Report 2016

The Kenya Veterinary Association in partnership with several stakeholders joined the rest of the world in the efforts to prevent and where possible to eliminate rabies from the Kenya population by celebrating in a series of events in Mombasa County. This year World Rabies Day celebrations took place on the coastal city of Mombasa, on 27th and 28th September 2016 under the theme, “Educate, Vaccinate, Eliminate”

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One Health Day: 3rd November 2016-University of Nairobi

One Health Day: 3rd November 2016-University of Nairobi

One health resource center is a voluntary nongovernmental organization based in Kenya whose main objectives is creating a platform for collaboration among different professions to create awareness among the public in order to initiate a behavior change as a way of reducing risk of infection by emerging and infectious disease and solving other public health problems through a one health approach.

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