How to Support the RPC Volunteers Program:

So you're maybe interested? Sounds great! Let's discuss...

First, please fill in some details below and we'll get back to you by email. If you are happy to go ahead, we can firm up on plans and commitments. We can discuss beforehand what you think of your preferred program and whether you want anything explained better or tweaked.

I'm interested in supporting RPC's Volunteers Program. Please get back to me.
I want to know more about how I might be able to provide support.

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* Your name:


* Email address: (We will not share this with anyone)


* Confirm email address: (We won't share this either) (Sorry, African sense of humour!)


Your preferences: From the current list of RPC Volunteers Program activities, are there any you would in particular wish to support?

Any of them - I will leave it to you to choose

Design of short courses in small scale poultry health and production

Population density and other data on village poultry in selected locations

Intensity of Newcastle disease vaccination and use of medicines

Application of mobile phone technology in the rural poultry sector.

Production parameters for the I-2 vaccine production unit at CVL

Contribution of poultry vs other livestock to rural likelihoods

Constraints to sustainability of community based poultry technicians/vaccinators

We would be interested in any further comments you might have:

Thank you. We'll try to get back to you within one or two working days. If you don't hear from us in a reasonable time, please contact us.


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