Veterinary medicine and zootechny studies challenges in presence of vertiginous development in poultry production. Its commitment with Food Security.
Date: October 5, 2009.
Place: Havana International Conference Center
Headed to: University students and professors from veterinary medicine and zootechnic studies.
- Instituto de Investigaciones Avícolas (IIA-Cuba)
- Instituto de Ciencia Animal (ICA – Cuba)
- Universidad Agraria de La Habana (UNAH – Cuba)
- Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria (INTA – Argentina)
- Universidad de Mar del Plata (Argentina)
- Universidad Autónoma de México (UNAM – México)
Fees: 40.00 CUC, including:
- Workshop memories
- Coffee break
- Participation certificate
Minimum limit: 150
Maximum limit: 400
Official language: Spanish
1.To call students and professors from high studying centers attention about de importance of poultry production and its future guaranty of supporting food security sovereignty in countries of the region.
2. To establish and entailment between the studies of veterinary medicine and zootechny to poultry production, as a guaranty of supplying valious human resources for a constant developing production.
3. To promote update in those subjects which are most important to current poultry nowadays to analyze sustainability in an accelerate growing production.
1. Development perspectives of poultry production in Latin America.
2. Round Table
Models in high education from active teaching methods.
Creativity within the university classroom. Theoretical studies and practicing entailment.
Programming and evaluation by competent in veterinary medicine and zootechny Faculties.
New technologies applied to veterinary medicine and zootechny studies.
Academicals post graduated studies in poultry branch. University programs for academicals interchange among teaching staff. (habitations, visiting teachers, special cathedras, post doctor studies)
3. Models of poultry production: Family or back yard poultry and industrial poultry. Sustainability.
Projects creation on sustaining production in poultry. Experiences as model.
Family poultry and its role in food security.
4. Strategies for economic control and impact of Avian Flu in developing countries.
5. Round table:
Functions and responsibilities of poultry staff. Economic - administrative aspects.
Human resources management.
Poultry commitments with environmental conservation and its role in biodiversity.