3rd Africa Animal Welfare Conference

We take this opportunity to thank you all for participating in the 3rd Africa Animal Welfare Conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Your presence and participation enriched the conference and your valuable contribution of ideas and other inputs is highly appreciated by us

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3rd Africa Animal Welfare Conference (AAWC)

What is Africa Animal Welfare Conference?
It is an annual conference co-hosted by Africa Network for Animal Welfare (ANAW) in collaboration with UN Environment for professionals and practitioners, coming together to discuss issues that cut across animal welfare, wildlife and environmental conservation.

2019 Conference

Dates: From 2-4 September 2019

Venue: Ethiopia - At the United Nations Conference Centre-Addis Ababa, (UNCC-AA), within the larger United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UN ECA) Complex.

Theme: "Animals, Environment and Sustainable Development in 21st Century Africa: An Interlinked Approach".

Conference Organizers: Africa Network for Animal Welfare (ANAW) in partnership with UN Environment.



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Target Audience and Expected Outcomes

Audience
The conference targets to bring together civil society groups involved in animal welfare, wildlife and environmental conservation, NGOs, government officials and government affiliated institutions, academics, researchers, media, policy makers, legal practitioners, community members, interest groups, development practitioners and relevant stakeholders.

The conference will provide an ambient space for 300 participants to deliberate on the issues of Animal Welfare, wildlife and environmental conservation amidst the development inter-play. The conference will thus be a congregation of multi-disciplinary interaction, expertise and interest in thematic areas cutting across Animal Welfare, environment and sustainable development.

Expected Outcomes

  1. Enhanced support for animal welfare across Africa demonstrated through involvement of government representatives, civil society and broad section of stakeholders in the AAW Conference, regional community forums, UN forums and intergovernmental meetings.
  2. Increased sensitization on the contribution of animals and Animal Welfare, wildlife and environmental conservation in Africa to the attainment of SDGs 1,2,3,7,8,12,13,15 and 17.
  3. Enhanced interest and involvement in Animal Welfare, Wildlife and Environmental Conservation by governments in Africa through policy development and implementation.
  4. Involvement of AU-IBAR and OIE in standard setting and influencing policies formulation and implementation among member states.


Information Pack

Health Requirements: A yellow fever certificate for some African destinations. Vaccination against cholera is also required for any person who has visited or transited cholera -infected area within six-day prior to arrival in Ethiopia.

Visa Information: Visas are required for all foreign visitors to Ethiopia, with the exceptions of nationals of Kenyan, Djibout and Eritrea. You can apply for one through this link: https://www.evisa.gov.et/#/home.

Electric Supply: Ethiopia uses 220 volts 50 cycles AC. Plugs are European two- pin



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+254 – (0) 727 – 234447;

Mail Us

info@aawconference.org

Office Timing

 Mon - FRI 9:00 - 5:00

AAW Conference

Africa Animal Welfare Conference is an annual conference co-hosted by Africa Network for Animal Welfare (ANAW) in collaboration with UN Environment for professionals and practitioners, coming together to discuss issues that cut across animal welfare, wildlife and environmental conservation.

Office Locations

Suite 2, 1st Floor
Westend Place Building, Mai Mahiu Rd

Off Mbagathi, Lang'ata Round About.

Nairobi, Kenya.