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Wildlife-Friendly Beef:
Working towards a Win-Win Solution for Livestock Agriculture &
Wildlife Conservation in Ngamiland

A DVS-hosted Workshop, in collaboration with AHEAD

Maun, Botswana, November 8-9, 2017

Blue linked items indicate available PDFs of presentations

Arrival Day – 7 November 2017

17:30

Registration

 

Day One – 8 November 2017

TIME

SESSION/ACTIVITY/PRESENTATION TITLE [SESSION CHAIR]

PRESENTER

07:30

Morning registration opens; tea & coffee available

 

 

SETTING THE SCENE [Chair: L. Modisa]

 

8:00

Around the Room Introductions

 

8:25

Purpose and Objectives of the Workshop

S. Osofsky

8:40

The Importance of a Diversified Economy for Ngamiland

T. McNutt

8:55

What is Commodity-Based Trade (CBT) of Beef?

G. Thomson

9:10

Commodity-Based Trade (CBT) of Beef: A Win-Win for the Livestock and Wildlife Sectors?

L. Modisa

9:25

Q & A, Discussion

 

9:45

TEA / COFFEE BREAK

 

 

SETTING THE SCENE (continued) [Chair: I. Otukile]

 

10:10

What Has Changed? Practical Implications of 2015 Changes in the OIE Terrestrial Animal Health Code for Beef Producers in Northern Botswana

M. Letshwenyo

10:25

What Could an Alternative to Fence-Based FMD Management Mean for the Wildlife Sector and Sustainable Tourism?

R. Fynn

10:40

Overview of Updated (2017) “Guidelines on Management of Foot and Mouth Disease Risk through Value Chain Approaches for Beef Exporting Enterprises in Southern Africa” or Achieving Wildlife-Friendly, FMD-Free, Tasty and Wholesome Beef from Ngamiland

M.-L. Penrith

11:00

Q & A, Discussion

 

 

IMPLEMENTING CBT IN NGAMILAND (PART 1): WHERE ARE WE AND WHAT DO WE NEED? [Chair: B. Mogome-Maseko]

 

11:25

Unique Features of FMD in Southern Africa that Need to Be Considered

G. Thomson

11:40

Identifying Beef Value Chains in Ngamiland

C. Marshall

11:55

Market Analysis for Ngamiland Beef: Preliminary Findings

M. Bing

12:10

Market Analysis for Ngamiland Beef: What Do Farmers Think?

M. Masedi

12:25

Q & A, Discussion

 

12:40

LUNCH

 

13:40

Breakout Groups: Where Are We and What Do We Need? [Facilitator: S. Osofsky]
Guidance on breakout group objectives will be provided, and each group will have an assigned facilitator and volunteer scribe.

 

14:40

TEA / COFFEE BREAK

 

15:10

Report back from breakout groups to plenary & discussion

 

 

WELCOME & WORKSHOP OVERVIEW [Master of Ceremonies: L. Modisa]

 

16:15

Introduction of Dignitaries: District Commissioner

 

16:20

Welcome: Representative of Paramount Chief Moremi

 

16:30

Opening Address: Hon. Minister Ralotsia, Ministry of Agricultural Development & Food Security

 

16:45

Closing Remarks: I. Otukile, Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation & Tourism

 

17:00

Group Photo

 

17:15

DAY 1 ADJOURNED

 

19:00

GROUP DINNER – All Participants

 



Day Two – 9 November 2017

 

IMPLEMENTING CBT IN NGAMILAND (PART 2): WHERE ARE WE AND WHAT DO WE NEED? (continued) [Chair: M. Mokopasetso]

PRESENTER

8:15

Recap of Day 1

S. Osofsky

8:30

Importance of Vaccines for Managing FMD

M. Mokopasetso

8:45

Developing Producer Protocols & Lessons from Namibia’s Zambezi Region

A. Toto

9:00

Assessment of Infrastructure (Abattoirs & Quarantine)

O. Thololwane & M. Bing

9:15

Regional Innovations: The Utility of Mobile Abattoirs

J. van Rooyen

9:30

Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points (HACCP) to Manage FMD and Food Safety Risk along Beef Value Chains

R. Worobo

9:45

Q & A, Discussion

 

10:00

TEA / COFFEE BREAK

 

 

IMPLEMENTING CBT IN NGAMILAND (PART 3): WHERE ARE WE AND WHAT DO WE NEED? (continued) [Chair: C. Taolo]

 

10:30

Towards Quality Improvement: Thoughts from a Buyer’s Perspective

K. Seisa

10:45

Herding for Health: Implementation Lessons Learned from CBT in the Great Limpopo TFCA

J. van Rooyen

11:00

Mobile Kraals and Other Management Approaches to Human / Wildlife Conflict Mitigation

J. Isden

11:15

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

A. Songhurst & G. McCullough

11:30

Towards Alignment of Disease Management and Livestock Trade Promotion in Ngamiland

G. Thomson

11:45

Q & A, Discussion

 

12:15

LUNCH

 

 

ADVANCING WILDLIFE-FRIENDLY BEEF IN NGAMILAND: KEY NEXT STEPS [Chair: S. Osofsky]

 

13:15

Breakout Groups: Where Are We, What Do We Need - and Key Next Steps?
Guidance on breakout group objectives will be provided, and each group will have an assigned facilitator and volunteer scribe.

 

14:30

Report back to plenary & discussion

 

15:00

TEA / COFFEE BREAK

 

15:30

Report back to plenary & discussion (continued)

 

16:00

Summary of Key Next Steps for Advancing Wildlife-Friendly Beef in Ngamiland

S. Atkinson / S. Osofsky

16:20

Reflections & Feedback

Panel TBD

16:45

Closing Remarks- Representative of the Paramount Chief of the Batawana

Chief B. S. Majatsie

17:00

ADJOURN

 


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