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Ministry of Livestock - Commissioning of VACNADA Project Funded Inputs to KEVEVAPI KEVEVAPI is one of the of the eight labs in Africa that have benefited from a Ksh 966 Million Investment through the GALVmed led component of the VACNADA (Vaccines for Control of Neglected Animal Diseases in Africa) Project.
KEVEVAPI Mission Statement MandateThe Kenya Veterinary Vaccines Production Institute (KEVEVAPI) derives it mandate under the State Corporations Act, Cap 446 of the laws of Kenya through legal notice No. 223 of 4th June, 1990.
KEVEVAPI Achievements Facilities to  produce wide range of vaccinesExperienced human resource basePossession of vaccine master seedsAppropriate storage facilities
Role of KEVEVAPI in Kenya’s Economy The livestock sector contributes about 12% of Kenya’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), 40% to the agricultural GDP and employs 50% of agricultural labor force.  About 60% of Kenya’s livestock herd is found in the arid and semi-arid lands (ASALs), which constitute about 80% of the country. 
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Welcome To KEVEVAPI

 Kenya’s livestock industry is an important source of livelihood for many people in the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL) and the high potential areas. The industry contributes significantly to Kenya’s economic development accounting for 10% of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).The 2008 population and housing census revealed that Kenya has a massive livestock resource comprising of 3.4 million exotic cattle, 14.1 million indigenous cattle, 17.1 million sheep, 27.7 million goats, 2.9 million camels 25.8 indigenous chicken and 6.1 million exotic chicken.

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Chairmans & Directors Messages

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Message From Chief Executive

 For many years since inception, KEVEVAPI has been operating without a strategic plan. This is therefore, the first Strategic Plan for the institute that clearly articulates the shared vision, mission, core functions and the strategic objectives to be achieved...

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Message From Chairman: Board of Directors

 Kenya’s livestock industry is an important source of livelihood for many people in the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL) and the high potential areas. The industry contributes significantly to Kenya’s economic development accounting for 10% of the country’s...

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KEVEVAPI Strategic Statement

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The Institute is expected to deliver on the following:
Co-ordinate and take charge of all veterinary vaccines production in the country.Research, either alone or in collaboration with other research institutions, into new innovations of veterinary vaccines...

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BOARD MEMBERS
1.    Abdi Adan Suleiman           - Ag. Chairman
2.    Ms. Asli Halake Fayo           - Member
3.    Mr. Sospeter Nyongesa      - Member
4.    Mr. Aden Abdulla Hussein   - Member
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In conducting its functions, the Institute will uphold the following guiding principles:
LoyaltyHonestyTeam work and commitmentProfessionalismInnovativenessIntegrity, Accountability and transparencyPartnershipsCorporate Social Responsibility

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