Judith Chikho, Poultry farmer, MALAWI Judith lives in the village of Chipasula in the hilly and picturesque Ntchisi district of Malawi. She has six children from ten to twenty years of age. She and her husband are very proud of their progress in raising village poultry – what we would call ‘backyard chickens’. Judith told us […]
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KYEEMA Foundation, and its subsidiary the International Rural Poultry Centre (IRPC), have been operating for 11 years now. Our original website was developed in 2005 and in the past 10 years, technology has changed dramatically. So it is definitely time to launch a new look! The new website is located at: www.kyeemafoundation.org. Thanks go to […]
While the human health community pays considerable attention to cold chain issues, the animal health cold chain receives much less attention. Fortunately, the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) has provided funding for KYEEMA, in collaboration with the University of Sydney, to develop and print a Cold Chain manual for veterinary vaccines in both […]
We are proud to announce that in February 2015, the KYEEMA Foundation was endorsed by the Australian Taxation Office as an approved Deductible Gift Recipient organisation. This means that donations given by any Australian taxpayer to the KYEEMA Foundation “Developing Country Fund” can now be claimed as a tax deduction. Donations can be made through […]
Shortly after starting to import Malawian Nali hot sauce to Australia in September 2013, Adeng Imports owner Russell Hunter committed $1 from each bottle of sauce to aiding the work of the National Rural Poultry Centre (NRPC) in Malawi, an associate of KYEEMA Foundation. It has been a challenging import venture at times but this […]