Experiences in capacity building and training on the ground

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Experiences in capacity building and training on the ground - Dr Halifa Msami, Newcastle Disease Control Program Coordinator, Tanzanian Veterinary Laboratory Authority

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Experiences in capacity building and training on the ground

  1. 1. Experiences in capacity building and training on the ground Dr Halifa MsamiNewcastle Disease Control Program Coordinator Tanzanian Veterinary Laboratory Agency Panel Session on Education, Training and Capacity Building
  2. 2. Experiences in capacity building and training on the ground• Done in collaboration with authorities and communities• Participatory methodologies• Gender sensitive Credit: Kyeema/Bagnol methodologies13/01/2013 AIFSC Food Security across Africa — Bridging research and practice Sydney, Australia 28/11-01/12/2012 2
  3. 3. Training• Awareness raising and sensitisation workshop at all levels• Training of Trainers and Extension Officers• Supervision, back stopping, Monitoring and Evaluation of Vaccination campaigns• Training of community vaccinators• Training of Vaccine production staff13/01/2013 AIFSC Food Security across Africa — Bridging research and practice Sydney, Australia 28/11-01/12/2012 3
  4. 4. The ND example – success, failures and lessons• Singida has been free of ND for three years leading to reduced chicken mortality• Flock size results show significant increase from 16.5 to 21.2 and more than 90% of HHs vaccinate three consecutive times in Singida for the last three year• High impact in terms of knowledge and attitude towards ND control, nutritional knowledge about chicken products , increase in numbers of chickens and eggs sold, exchanged and consumed by the family• Extension materials dealing with ND control and village chicken production reviewed, updated, produced and distributed.• Extension staff involved in preparation, implementation and monitoring for ND vaccination campaigns trained• I-2 ND vaccine used in many areas beyond those involved with project• Adoption of the ND control model by other districts councils in the Singida region (Up scaling of the technology)13/01/2013 AIFSC Food Security across Africa — Bridging research and practice Sydney, Australia 28/11-01/12/2012 4
  5. 5. Major challenges/constraints faced• Need to develop new training materials and methodologies to respond to challenges emerging following the control of ND Credit: Kyeema/Bagnol• Research required to strengthen village poultry value chain13/01/2013 AIFSC Food Security across Africa — Bridging research and practice Sydney, Australia 28/11-01/12/2012 5
  6. 6. Acknowledgements Thanks to:• ACIAR - Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research• AIFSC – Australian International Food Security Centre• AusAID - Australian Agency for International Development• IRPC/Kyeema Foundation• TVLA• Farmers, extension workers, veterinarians, researchers & NGOs13/01/2013 AIFSC Food Security across Africa — Bridging research and practice Sydney, Australia 28/11-01/12/2012 6

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