MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
Dr. Edmealem Shitaye
President, Ethiopian Veterinary Association
The Ethiopian Veterinary Association (EVA) is a pioneer, membership based professional association established in the year 1974 through the initiation of thirteen visionary veterinarian; now it has almost around 2000 members. The association has a national mandate of promoting and strengthening the veterinary profession, respect professional ethics and code of conduct and above all to safe guard the right of veterinarians. Moreover, the association has been contributing to the emergence of efficient, effective and competitive livestock industry in Ethiopia. It is dedicated to policy advocacy, development, promotion, and dissemination of knowledge and good practices in the livestock sector and serving the interest of the society.
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WHO WE ARE
Ethiopian Veterinarian Association(EVA) is an autonomous non-for-profit professional membership organization in Ethiopia, established on June 22,1974 through the initiative of 13 visionary veterinarians read more…
WHAT WE DO
We strive to protect the rights and Interest of veterinarians, advocate policies, develop, promote and disseminate knowledge and good practice in order to produce competitive and quality breed of Livestock in Ethiopia read more…
OIE – World Animal Health Information System (WAHIS)
OIE-WAHIS (OIE World Animal Health Information System) is a unique comprehensive database read more…
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HEARD – Health of Ethiopian Animals for Rural Development is program to strengthen animal health services involving public and private sectors.
The HEARD program aims to increase sustainable livestock productivity and. Read more
The LVC-PPD Project was implemented to contribute to increased incomes of livestock-dependent households in Ethiopia to alleviate poverty in line with the Millennium Development..Read more