Entries by Eliza Smith

Associate Professor Joanne Meers recognised for Animal Health work in Developing Communities

Recently at the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) conference in Adelaide, one of KYEEMA’s long associates, Associate Professor Joanne Meers was awarded the prestigious Kesteven Medal for her contributions to international veterinary science. Associate Professor Meers has provided technical support for KYEEMA’s work on promoting the benefits of thermotolerant Newcastle disease vaccine for chickens of smallholder […]

Robyn Alders launches Veterinary Cold Chain Manual at Agriculture, Nutrition and Health Academy Week in Addis Ababa

The Agriculture, Nutrition and Health Academy (ANH) Academy is a global research network in agriculture and food systems for improved nutrition and health to serve as a platform for learning and sharing. Last week KYEEMA’s Robyn Alders attended the ANH Academy Week, an annual event organised by the Leverhulme Centre for Integrative Research on Agriculture […]

Meet our volunteer in Kiribati

  Kam na bane ni mauri! Hello everyone!   My name is Jo Clapham. I currently work as an Animal Health Officer for the Agriculture and Livestock Division (ALD) of the Ministry for the Environment, Lands and Agricultural Development (MELAD) in Kiribati. Kiribati, an island nation in the central Pacific, comprises 33 atolls (low-lying coral […]

Make your tax time donation count for more people like Camillo

  We have recently joined the Campaign for Australian Aid (C4AA) to get the word out about why our work and Australian NGOs like ours need your support.   Thanks to the team at C4AA, recently our Africa Regional Manager Dr Rosa Costa and one of our Village Champions Camillo Nhyabonga (pictured above) in Mozambique […]

Rosa explains why she is for Australian Aid

  KYEEMA is proud to be featured on the latest Campaign for Australian Aid short features. Our African Regional Manager Rosa Costa also explains how KYEEMA is benefiting local communities.  Our Village Champion Camillo also explains how KYEEMA continues to facilitate a simple yet innovative way of improving the health of family farmed chickens,  helping 1.5 […]

Order an Entertainment™ Book and support KYEEMA Foundation

This year KYEEMA Foundation (https://kyeemafoundation.org) is selling the Australian 2016/17 Entertainment Book (or Smartphone version) as a fund-raiser. If you don’t already buy this through a charity of choice, or if you have never bought it before, it’s a great discount book and a great fund-raiser for KYEEMA!   It costs $65 and KYEEMA Foundation […]