Guy Freeland, BVMS (Glasgow ’65), MSc (Edinburgh University,
Centre for Tropical Veterinary Medicine ’78), MRCVS has
had a long and distinguished career in international veterinary
In the 1970s and early 1980s, his Overseas Development Administration (ODA) assignments
took him to Swaziland, Sarawak, and Bangladesh, followed by a World Bank assignment
in Nigeria. From 1983 to 1999, Dr. Freeland was the Senior Animal Health and
Production Adviser to the British Government’s ODA, (now the Department
for International Development, DFID). His responsibilities included livestock
project appraisal, monitoring, supervision, and review in some 45 countries in
Africa; West, South, and South-east Asia; and Pacific regions. He also had oversight
of ODA/DFID’s Animal Health and Livestock Production Research Programmes,
and provided advice on assistance to International Research Institutions.
Since retiring from the civil service in 1999, his free-lance consulting has
taken him to Botswana, Vietnam, Lao PDR, and Nepal, and has also included work
in the United Kingdom.
He is a member of the Board of Directors of VETAID, and Chairman of the Board
of Trustees of Worthing Animal Clinic.
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