Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Europa

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Presentation from the Livestock Inter-Agency Donor Group (IADG) Meeting 2010. 4-5 May 2010 Italy, Rome IFAD Headquarters. The event involved approximately 45 representatives from the international partner agencies to discuss critical needs for livestock development and research issues for the coming decade. [ Originally posted on http://www.cop-ppld.net/cop_knowledge_base ]

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<ul><li> 1. Vtrinaires Sans Frontires - Europa www.vsfe.orgVtrinaires Sans Frontires Europa Alessandro Broglia IADG ANNUAL MEETING, MAY 4-5, 2010 www.vsfe.org </li> <li> 2. Reality over one billion people suffer from hunger today inthe world. two third are living in rural areas and depend nonlivestock for their survival www.vsfe.org </li> <li> 3. Why VSF ? Healthy animals - healthy people improving livelihoods of most vulnerable means improving livestock condition; reducing poverty by increasing food sovereignty on the planet.Food Sovereignty is the right of every community and everypopulation to define its own agricultural policies, regardingthe choice of the species to be cultivated and bred, the productionprocess, the quality and safety of foods, the energeticimplications, the markets, the access to resources, the social andenvironmental impact of production, the information for theconsumers. www.vsfe.org </li> <li> 4. VSF vision Healthy animals - healthy people Food sovereignty is a human right. International solidarity is of the utmost importance. The earth, livestock and people are inextricably linked and to be preserved as a whole. www.vsfe.org </li> <li> 5. VSF Europa tasks To strengthen VSF members To gather and share information regarding results and experience in the field (knowledge management) To sensitize the wider public on the role of the livestock as key factor for sustainable development. Worldwide advocacy www.vsfe.org </li> <li> 6. Actions in the SouthVSF supports rural communities, withactivities in the following areas :Animal health servicesCapacity BuildingNatural Resources ManagementEmergency Relief and PreparednessIncome generationAwareness raising www.vsfe.org </li> <li> 7. VSF projects milestones Livelihood oriented Sustainable development Participatory approach Involvement in decision-making process Raising awareness www.vsfe.org </li> <li> 8. Actions in the NorthVSF implements projects in the North- Developement education projects- Knowledge management- Lobbying- Veterinary Information Service www.vsfe.org </li> <li> 9. VSF Europa structure international non-profit association officially registered Members: Development Organisations based in Europe Governing Body = General Assembly of its members administered by a Board Headquarter: Brussels, Belgium www.vsfe.org </li> <li> 10. History Established in 1983 in France 1983 2010: other VSFs developed in Europe and outside Europe VSF Europa network idea started in 1991 Legalised as an International Association in 2002 www.vsfe.org </li> <li> 11. Severals VSFs Vetaid VSF Belgium (UK) VSF TOG DIO Germany (NL) VSF AustriaAVSF France VSF Suisse Veterinarios Sin Fronteras SIVtro VSF Italy ESP) (IT) </li> <li> 12. Severals VSFs VSF Canada VSF U.S. </li> <li> 13. Some figures Today VSF is :&gt;100 projects distributed over 40 countries, in Africa (75% ofprojects), in Latin America and the Caribbean (15%), in southAsia (10%) and in Palestine. Human ressources :50 employees in HQs, 60 expatriates and 360 local employees. Total finances 2009 :&gt; 20 millions EUROS www.vsfe.org </li> <li> 14. THANK YOU for your attention .and for your support ! www.vsfe.org and before I forget </li> <li> 15. Your are invited to: VSF Symposium October 2010 In - place to be confirmed -Your presence and contribution is welcome ! www.vsfe.org </li> <li> 16. Vtrinaires sans frontires Avenue Paul Deschanel, 36-38 - 1039 BRUXELLES T : (32) 2.539.09.89 www.vsfe.orgVSF AustriaVeterinrmedizinische Universitt WienVeterinrplatz1 A 1210 Wien - AUSTRIAVtrinaires Sans Frontires Belgique :Avenue Paul Deschanel, 36-38 - 1030 Bruxelles - BELGIQUE - www.vsf-belgium.orgT : (32) 2.539.09.89 - F : (32) 2.509.34.90 - vsf@vsf-belgium.orgTierrzte Ohne Grenzen : VSF - GermanyBuenteweg 2 - 30559 Hannover - DEUTSCHLAND - www.togev.orgT : (49) 511.953.7995 - F : (49) 511.953.82.7995 - info@togev.orgSIVTRO - VSF Italia :C/O Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale delle Venezie Via dellUniversit 1035020 Legnaro (PD) - ITALIA - www.veterinarisenzafrontiere.itT : (39) 49.88.30.319 - F : (39) 49.88.30.046 - sivtro@izsvenezie.itVETAID - VSF UK :Pentlands Science Park, Bush EH26 - OPZ SCOTLAND - www.vetaid.orgT : (44) 1.31.445.62.41 - F : (44) 1.31.445.62.42 - mail@vetaid.orgVtrinaires sans frontires Suisse :Optingenstrasse - 14, case postale 479, CH-3000 Berne 25 - SUISSE - www.vsf-suisse.chT : (41) 31.332.77.67 - F : (41) 31.332.77.66 - info@vsf-suisse.chDIO - VSF NETHERLANDSYalelaan 1 - 3584 CL Utrecht - THE NETHERLANDS - www.dio.nlT : (31) 30.253.20.32 - F : (31) 30.253.20.50 - dio@dio.nlVETERMONC/ Floridablanca - 66-72 Local 5 - 08015 Barcelona - ESPAA - www.pangea.orgT : (34) 93.423.70.31 - F : (34) 93.423.18.95 - vsf@pangea.orgAgronomes et Vtrinaires sans frontires (VSF-CICDA) :58 rue Raulin - 69361 Lyon cedex 07 - FRANCE - www.avsf.orgT : (33) 4.78.69.79.59 - F : (33) 4.78.69.79.56 - avsf@avsf.org </li> <li> 17. Why VSF Europa ? To strengthen each memberin improving the well-being of vulnerable populations in developing countries. </li> </ul>