Gabriel Varga says: “In just four years, AFSCAN has proved itself as a model that delivers real results in terms of developing companion animal medicine in participating countries, increasing veterinary education and creating a sustainable framework for the profession in Africa.
“2018 will be a year in which we make even more progress through continuing to develop country associations, promoting distance learning and making our annual research awards. We are also delighted to welcome new veterinary associations to the project and to launch our ambitious twinning program. Finally, I should also mention the importance of our work in helping to control rabies and other zoonotic diseases, primarily through our collaboration with Mission Rabies.
“I would like to thank Zoetis, KRUUSE, our AFSCAN Ambassadors and all of our other supporters for helping us to transform companion animal medicine in Africa.”