Influential experts in the field will gather in The Gambia for the first Pan-African conference on working equines. Speakers and delegates from Gambia, Mali, Mauretania, Ethiopia, South Africa, Morocco and Sudan will be present for this unique learning opportunity.
The conference program consists of presentations and discussions with two central themes of management and prevention. The two-day seminar is followed by an optional extension to the GHDT base where a further day and a half of practical demonstrations will enable delegates to see some of the theory put into practice.
This seminar will be of interest to organizations and people working with traction and pack animals and also to students and newly qualified professionals who would like the opportunity to work in developing countries for the welfare of animals and the benefit of the owners dependent on them.
There will also be poster sessions. If you would like to submit an abstract for a poster please contact TAWS.
19th March: Arrive
20th: Graduation of Animal Health Technicians at Gambia College
21st – 22nd March: Two day seminar
23rd March: Optional extension to Sambel Kunda
24th March: Demonstrations at Sambel Kunda
25th– 26th March: Further demonstrations at Sambel Kunda, return to Bakau on 25th and depart on the 26th: Option to stay on longer.
For more information please contact
World Association for Transport Animal Welfare and Studies
Hardwick Court Farm, Hardwick Lane
Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 0AD United Kingdom
phone +44 (0)1932 564366