logo_nrpc.png
cks4afr.jpg
Newcastle disease vaccination works wonders:
Here's the evidence!

pic20141024_082854-75-300.jpg
Where chickens and women rule!

egg170704.jpg
What price an egg a day?
Recent News:

July 2017:
Chickens for Africa - Outcome

May 2017:
Chickens for Africa

April 2017:
Vale Emeritus Professor Peter Spradbrow

February 2017:
Malawi Tour 2017

October 2016:
Farewell and best wishes to Hudson Kwamdera

September 2016:
Who are Bart Adons and Inge Roels?

July 2016:
Progress. Real progress...

Not so recent:

March 2016:
Dr Robyn Alders - another gem for progress.

November 2015:
Collaboration and spreading the word.

July 2015:
Funds and what we do with them.

June 2015:
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...


We are doing even more in Ntchisi!
(October 2014)

We are pleased and proud to say that another two Extension Planning Areas (EPAs) have been added to the work plan in Ntchisi. This means that our ultimate target objectives for the project will almost certainly be exceeded.

As a result of the inclusion, October was the busiest month so far on our Ntchisi program. We had to hurry to get everything rolling since in November, the rains will be here and farmers will be too busy setting up their crops to attend training sessions.

small_img_20141024_082853.jpg
A practical vaccination session

But we can definitely say the rush was worth it. We managed to incorporate another 12 groups of villages and to train a further 31 farmers and two government field staff. As previously, the whole thing was a bit chaotic, lots of babies, lots of talk, lots of learning but just as importantly, lots of laughter and fun.

small_img_20141023_152700.jpg
Luka Tumbwe in a class room session

Bear with me please to remember that some of our farmers have spent very little, if any, time in school. So if you want to see an energetic exchange, get 30 of them in a classroom and start a discussion on whether cockerels ever lay eggs! Just be prepared to stand aside a bit and let the debate rage!

Enough for now. The photos here will tell you more.

Pat Boland. 4 November 2014.

small_img_20141023_095556.jpg
Do cockerels ever lay eggs?

small_img_20141023_142142.jpg
First some class room practicals

small_img_20141024_082823.jpg
Everyone gets a go.

small_img_20141024_112206.jpg
T shirts are important for recognition.
"Protect your chickens from Newcastle disease"


small_img_20141024_114120.jpg
Our second group of vaccinators.

Facebook
Twitter
Google+
Pinterest
LinkedIn
Email