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At the moment I am in Kenya, at a site visit of Dr Esther Wafula, who is doing a PhD with us in Utrecht. Today I gave a presentation at KARI, the Kenyan Agricultural Research Institute. This is a huge institute, consisting of more than 3000 people. People responsible for animal health work both from KARI as well as the University of Nairobi were present.
The presentation has quite some overlap with the one I gave last year in Kupang. However, I added some new figures about the complexity of management as well as the first research results of Dr Wafula: costs of trypanosomosis.