International Network on Family Poultry Development (INFPD)
Réseau internationale pour le développement de l'aviculture familiale (RIDAF)
Red Internacional para el Desarrollo Aves Caseras de Familia (RIDAF)
1989-11 Ile Ife Nigeria
Nov 1989, Ile Ife (Nigeria), as African Network on Rural Poultry Development -- Réseau africain pour le développement de l'aviculture en milieu rurale. Relaunched in 1990, Thessaloniki (Greece), after a seminar of E-XF0237 - Centre technique de coopération agricole et rurale (CTA). Subsequently changed to: Afro-Asian Network on Rural Poultry Development (ANRPD) -- Réseau afro-asiatique pour le développement de l'aviculture en milieu rurale (RADAR). Current title adopted Dec 1997, M'Bour (Senegal). 2002, became a Working Group within B-XB3613 - World's Poultry Science Association (WPSA).
Consolidate knowledge of family poultry production and coordinate efforts to develop it.
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