KYEEMA is implementing the poultry vaccination component of a European Union (EU) funded FAO project to tackle food and nutrition insecurity in Mozambique. The project is currently operating in Tete and Zambezia provinces and will expand across the country. Key activities include supporting the government to produce a quality assured I-2 vaccine for Newcastle disease, […]
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The Ghana Veterinary Services Department will receive USD 60,000 to produce the thermotolerant NDI-2 vaccine that protects against Newcastle disease through the West African Agricultural Productivity Programme (WAAPP) at the Ministry of Food and Agriculture. WAAPP, an initiative of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) is funded by The World Bank. WAAPP has […]