• Working to build a sustainable future for all by helping individuals and communities to help themselves

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Our Work

KYEEMA’s key focus areas are Newcastle disease control and improvements in village poultry in developing countries.

Some of the places where we work:

  1. Mozambique
  2. Ethiopia
  3. Tanzania
  4. Malawi
  5. Zambia
KYEEMA’s key focus areas are Newcastle disease control and improvements in rural poultry in developing countries.

About Us

The KYEEMA Foundation (KYEEMA) is a not-for-profit organisation based in Brisbane, Australia. We are working to build a sustainable future for communities in rural and peri-urban areas. We support a range of activities that seek to help individuals to help themselves, including chicken vaccination and rearing activities. We also work with the development of technology to assist in improving the living standards of individuals.

‘KYEEMA’ is an Australian Aboriginal word meaning ‘of the dawn’. Underpinning our work is our development philosophy that through helping people to improve their livelihoods, we will assist them to bring new hope into their lives and to have a new dawn.

At KYEEMA we believe that it does not require huge amounts of money to achieve large improvements in rural family incomes and health, and consequently welfare of family members.

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    There are several ways you can be involved with KYEEMA Foundation. Contact us about becoming a member, volunteering, consultancy work or to provide a donation to support the work we do.

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Our Partners

Department Of Foreign Affairs And Trade
African Union - (AU)/ Pan African Veterinary Vaccination Centre (PANVAC)
Australian Centre For International Agricultural Research
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Food And Agriculture Organisation
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The University of Queensland
The University of Sydney
Australian Council For International Development (ACFID)
The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)
The Centre for Coordination of Agricultural Research and Development for Southern Africa (CCARDESA)
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