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The Centre

The International Trypanotolerance Centre (ITC) is an autonomous, non-profit-making research institution, established by an act of Parliament in 1982. ITC was conceived to serve the West African region, particularly the sub-humid and humid zones. Its R&D agenda  is consistent with and pertinent to the current policies of governments of West Africa, and to the principles of CORAF/WECARD. Main partners in the implementation of R&D are the National Agricultural Research Institutions (NARS)

Mission Statement

"To contribute to the efforts in increasing livestock productivity and utilisation in the West African region through the optimal and sustainable exploitation of the genetic resistance of indigenous breeds of livestock for the welfare of the human populations"

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General Objectives

The formulation, implementation and introduction of sustainable socio-economic and environmentally acceptable integrated technological packages at producer level, for improved livestock health, production and exploitation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Strategy

Research priorities are formulated in dialogue and consultation with National Authorities, NARS, Extension Services and national, regional and international Research Institutions.

 

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