World Women's Veterinarian Association (WWVA)
Association mondiale des femmes vétérinaires (AMFV)
Asociación Mundial de Mujeres Veterinarias (AMMV)
1987. Dissolved Apr 2015.
Provide support to women working with livestock around the world through extension education and the dissemination of professional, information and advice, including access to credit; through liaison with the United Nations and other regional development institutions, promote cooperation on international development programmes to benefit women and children; foster relationships with professional peers working in related fields of agriculture and gender issues to develop international aid projects; promote awareness of professional opportunities for women veterinarians and facilitate their careers in international organizations; facilitate exchanges between professional and student women veterinarians internationally.
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International Board of Directors, including regional representatives for Africa, Latin America/Caribbean, Europe, Asia and North America. Executive, consisting of President, Vice-President and 3 Directors (Communications, Finance, International Projects).
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