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Tim Leyland

Dr. Tim Leyland is a veterinarian with a M.Sc. in Tropical Animal Health and Production, currently working with Tufts University’s School of Nutrition and Policy, Boston, seconded to the African Union.

After experience in private practice, he has worked in underserved livestock-rearing areas for the past 15 years in Papua New Guinea, Afghanistan, Mozambique, Sudan and all the countries of the Horn of Africa. With experience in NGO, government and international agency projects and programmes, he has specialized in community-based livestock projects and veterinary service delivery in developing countries. Dr. Leyland’s current activities revolve around researching and implementing field-based animal health delivery systems in order to bring about institutional, policy and legislative change at national, regional and global levels. Over the past 10 years, he has used community-based livestock initiatives to resolve and manage armed conflict, improve livestock marketing and trade, improve disease surveillance, and ensure appropriate emergency relief interventions in remote, marginalized livestock-rearing areas. More recently, his work within the African Union’s Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources has concentrated on the institutional development of African livestock organizations.

Tim Leyland

Head, CAPE Unit
AU/IBAR-PACE/CAPE
P.O. Box 30786
Nairobi, Kenya 00100

(Tel) 254-2-226447
or 254-733573132
(Fax) 254-2-212289

tim.leyland@oau-ibar.org

View Tim Leyland's presentation,
"Complementarity Between
Community-Based Animal Health
Delivery Systems and Community-Based
Wildlife Management? An Analysis of
Experiences Linking Animal Health to
Conflict Management in Pastoralist Areas
of the Horn of Africa"

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