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Towards Implementation of Commodity-Based Trade of Beef in the KAZA TFCA:
Opportunities for Integrating Livestock Agriculture & Wildlife Conservation

A KAZA Workshop, in collaboration with AHEAD & FAO

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, November 3-4, 2016

Blue linked items indicate available PDFs of presentations

Day One – 3 November 2016

TIME

SESSION/ACTIVITY/PRESENTATION TITLE [SESSION CHAIR]

PRESENTER

07:30

Registration

 

 

WELCOME & WORKSHOP OVERVIEW [Master of Ceremony: F. Dipotso]

 

10:30

Welcome and Introductions

M. Mtsambiwa

10:50

Opening Remarks, KAZA Secretariat

M. Mtsambiwa

10:57

Opening Remarks, Host Country

Zimbabwe

11:06

Opening Remarks, Coordinating Country

Angola

11:15

Purpose of the Workshop: Why Are We Here?

S. Osofsky

11:23

Understanding the Objectives, Expectations & Anticipated Deliverables

S. Osofsky for P. Otto

 

SESSION I: SETTING THE SCENE [Chair: S. Osofsky]

 

11:30

Rural Development & Conservation in Southern Africa’s TFCAs: The Ecological and Socioeconomic Importance of Integrating Livestock Agriculture & Nature-Based Tourism

D. Cumming

11:45

What the 2015 Changes in the OIE Terrestrial Animal Health Code FMD Chapter Mean for More Harmonized Land Use

M. Letshwenyo & G. Brückner

12:00

Complexities of the FMD Situation Confronting KAZA and Other TFCAs

G. Thomson & M.-L. Penrith

12:15

Q&A Session

 

12:30

GROUP PHOTO & LUNCH

 

13:30

A Perspective on Fencing in KAZA: Enhancing Harmonization between the Wildlife and Livestock Sectors to Secure Functional and Productive Rangelands / WDAs

R. Taylor

13:45

What Does the Non-Geographic Approach to FMD Management Mean for Conservation Success in KAZA?

A. Nambota & P. Bewsher

14:00

Q&A Session & Panel Discussion

 

 

SESSION II: REGIONAL PERSPECTIVES [Chair: G. Thobokwe]

 

14:30

Evidence-Based Options for Foot and Mouth Disease Management in Tanzania

T. Lembo et al.

14:45

The Role of Risk Analysis in Meeting International Standards of Equivalence: A Case Study from the Zambezi Region

G. Fosgate

15:00

Prospects for a Commodity-Based Trade Approach in Northern Botswana: Is there a Win-Win for the Livestock and Wildlife Sectors?

L. Modisa

15:15

Reconciling Conflicts between Livestock Production & Wildlife Conservation in Zimbabwe: Expanding Options for Rural Development

U. Ushewokunze-Obatolu

15:30

Lessons Learned in Terms of Implementation of the Commodity-Based, Value Chain Approach Demonstrated by the Zambezi Region Abattoir Pilot Project

A. Toto & B. Manda

15:45

Q&A Session

 

16:00

TEA BREAK

 

 

SESSION III: REGIONAL PERSPECTIVES (cont.) [Chair: M. Flyman]

 

16:15

Herding for Health: Commodity-Based Trade in the Great Limpopo TFCA

J. van Rooyen

16:30

The Impact of European Union (EU) Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) Standards and Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) on the Botswana Beef Industry, with Particular Reference to Ngamiland

R. Grynberg

16:45

The Importance of a Diversified Economy for the People and Wildlife of the Khaudum-Ngamiland WDA

T. McNutt

17:00

Potential Impacts of Strategic Fencing Realignments for Reducing Human / Elephant Conflict and Enhancing Conservation Success

A. Songhurst, G. McCulloch & A. Stronza

17:15

Diversifying and Integrating Community-Based Natural Resource Management to Include Rangeland Management in the Zambezi Region

K. Nuulimba & D. Muema

17:30

Q&A Session

 

17:45

ADJOURN

 

19:00

DINNER AT LODGE – All Participants

 



Day Two – 4 November 2016

 

SESSION IV: WHICH WAY, MARKETS? [Chair: M. Mulumba]

PRESENTER

10:00

A Taste of India: Value-Added Meat Processing & Market Access Despite FMD - Thoughts from One of the World’s Largest Beef Exporting Countries

G. Brückner for C. Thota

10:15

From Where the (Water) Buffalo Roam: India’s Rise as a Major Exporter of Bovine Meat

S. Osofsky for P. Birthal

10:30

The Utility of Mobile Abattoirs

T. Bergh

10:40

Q&A Session

 

 

SESSION V: WHICH WAY, MARKETS? (cont.) [Chair: M. Mokopasetso]

 

11:00

A Perspective from the Meat Board, Namibia

P. Strydom & A. Boshoff-De Witt

11:15

A Perspective from the Botswana Meat Commission (BMC)

S. Ghanie

11:30

A Perspective from Zambeef

F. Lupindula

11:45

Q&A Session

 

12:00

TEA BREAK

 

 

SESSION VI: PROGRESSING IMPLEMENTATION OF COMMODITY-BASED TRADE OF BEEF AND BUILDING STRONGER BRIDGES BETWEEN THE AGRICULTURE AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION SECTORS [Chair: S. Osofsky]

 

12:15

Overview of Updated Draft “Guidelines on Applying Commodity-Based Approaches to Management of Foot and Mouth Disease Risk for Beef Exporting Enterprises in Endemic Areas in Sub-Saharan Africa”

M-L Penrith & G. Thomson

12:30

Towards Alignment of Disease Management and Livestock Trade Promotion in FMD-Endemic Areas of Sub-Saharan Africa: Pragmatic Approaches to Doing Better

G. Thomson & M-L Penrith

12:45

The Comparative Economic Advantages of Multi-Species Systems: What’s at Stake?

R. Taylor & D. Cumming

13:00

Q&A Session

 

13:15

Breakout Group Session I by Country (introduced by S. Osofsky): Are you ready to pilot / implement the Guidelines in your own country? What are the Challenges? Can these be overcome? Where are the opportunities?

 

14:00

LUNCH

 

15:00

Breakout Group Session II by Country (introduced by S. Osofsky): Might your country plan on further pursuing value-chain approaches to producing beef / related products in the near future? If so, over what time frame? If so, where specifically, and what types of resources / technical assistance would be most helpful? What coordination is needed regionally, including within the TFCA context? And what needs to be done in terms of securing potential destination markets within Africa or beyond?

 

16:00

Report Back to Plenary, WORKING TEA BREAK

 

16:45

Summary Panel Discussion

TBD

17:15

NEXT STEPS, CLOSING REMARKS AND ADJOURN

S. Osofsky, M. Mtsambiwa, U. Ushewokunze-Obatolu

18:00

DINNER ON BANKS OF ZAMBEZI RIVER - All Participants

 


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