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09 August 2015

Economic study on CaribVET was presented at the 31st West Indies Agricultural Economics Conference

The conference is organized by the Caribbean Agro-Economic Society, with the participation of economists and researchers mostly from the Caribbean.

CaribVET was represented at the Conference wi tht following oral presentation: "Towards a regional approach for animal health services provision and disaster risk reduction (DRR): The economics of the Caribbean Animal Health Network" presented by Damian Tago, economist at CIRAD recruited for a 18 month post-doc within the framework of the EU/Regpot/Epigenesis project.

The objective was to introduce CaribVET to the Caribbean community of economists. This was an opportunity to:

  1. Make know the work undertaken in the Caribbean in animal health among the agricultural economists in the region
  2. Get feedback regarding the economic model that describes the benefits of CaribVET as a regional approach for the provision of animal health services and disaster risk reduction.
  3. Identify potential collaborators in economy in the region

Access the Programme of the conference here

More information on the Conference: visit Conference website

View presentation and Extended abstract submitted





Sunday, 9 August, 2015 - 08:30 to Friday, 14 August, 2015 - 18:00

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