Ethnovet Project

Introduction

Ethnovet Project: Promoting Ethnoveterinary Medicine for Sustainable Livestock Husbandry in Northern Ghana

Introduction

The 3-year Ethnovet Project (October 2019–September 2022), funded by Misereor/KZE (Catholic Central Agency for Development Aid, Germany), is being implemented by the Association of Church-based Development Projects (ACDEP), an NGO in northern Ghana. It is working in four districts in the Northern, North East and Upper East Regions of Ghana with four Ghanaian partner institutions:

  • Animal Research Institute of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR-ARI);
  • Veterinary Services Department of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA);
  • Pong-Tamale Central Veterinary Laboratory; and
  • Animal Science Department of the University for Development Studies.

The Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPA) is the international technical backstopper of the project.

Contact Details

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE EMAIL:

Foster Baba Awuni, Ethnovet Project Coordinator
Association of Church-Based Development Projects (ACDEP)
foster@acdep.org

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