Newcastle disease vaccination works wonders:
Here's the evidence!

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Chickens for Africa - Outcome

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Chickens for Africa

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Who are Bart Adons and Inge Roels?

July 2016:
Progress. Real progress...

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Dr Robyn Alders - another gem for progress.

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Collaboration and spreading the word.

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Funds and what we do with them.

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Welcome to Luka Tumbwe.

June 2015:
Donations to RPC now tax deductible.

May 2015:
Working with others.

February 2015:
Expanding our work.

February 2015:
Gearing up in Ntchisi!

October 2014:
Doing even more in Ntchisi!

August 2014:
We are on the move in Ntchisi

May 2014:
RPC awarded a grant

Oct 2013(2):
Nali for poultry!

What's happening...


Chickens for Africa - The Outcome

I'll confess to a feeling of relief in letting you know the 'Chickens for Africa' fund-raising photographic competition was a great success. We didn't know what to expect as we've never tried anything quite like this before.

Many people submitted photographs and about 28 were shortlisted for independent judging. Thank you all!


On the fund-raising side, we received AUD $8,830 which was very close to our target. Thank you all again! We estimate this amount will be sufficient to train over 80 community based vaccinators in remote areas of Malawi and Mozambique. Based on past experience, we can be confident these vaccinators will reach at least 2,000 families and bring lasting benefits to 10,000 people through control of Newcastle disease in village poultry.


And forgive me for harping but we've checked our facts and it's definitely all worthwhile.

Enough for now! We'll be in touch again soon. Wish us luck!

With best regards,

Pat Boland

17 July 2017