30 October 2018. Gent, Belgium. Conference: Can livestock business involvement in the global South help save the world? Organised by Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium and be-troplive
Can the public sector, not-for-profit organizations and private actors work together and invest in livestock and animal health in the global South? Can their collaboration help to attain the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s)?
- What is your company/organisation doing in types of activities related to animal health/livestock in the global South?
- How do you think the work of your business/organisation contributes to overall sustainable development and by extension the SDG agenda?
- Do you see certain trade-offs between your business interests and overall sustainable development? • What would be the most important requirement for successful collaboration between different stakeholders to assure sustainable development and to attain the SDGs?
- Maarten De Gussem for Vetworks/Flanders Poultry Cluster, Belgium
- Geoffry Ackaert for Inovet, Belgium
- Moussa Coulibaly, for the Federation of Intervenors of the Meat Livestock Sector (FEBEVIM), Mali • A representative for Zoetis, Belgium
How can different stakeholders work together in the field of animal health and livestock to assure sustainable development?
- Moussa Coulibaly, the Federation of Intervenors of the Meat Livestock Sector (FEBEVIM)
- Ronald Kabbiri, PhD, Ugent Faculty of Bioscience Engineering, Department of Agricultural Economics
- Guy Hendrickx, CEO at Avia-GIS
- Jelle Goossens, Rikolto