Patrick Bastiaensen

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- year old Belgian veterinary surgeon with over 25 years of professional experience in animal health and production related to institutional development and strengthening in developing countries.

Born on 21.09.1965 in Leopoldville (Kinshasa) Congo, Belgian nationality . Permanent resident of the Republic of South Africa.

Available for new assignments from January 2023 onwards

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Portrait (c) N. Bastiaensen (2018)

Technical assistance in the field of animal health and production

Advisory services to national livestock and animal health (veterinary) services

Capacity-building for veterinary services, conference organisation, logistics and group dynamics

Project/programme feasibility studies

Project/programme management, planning and budgeting,

Animal disease emergency management support

Socio-economic assessments, monitoring and evaluation

PVS assessments of veterinary services

Scientific translation services

7

Long-term assignments

35

Short-term assignments

35

Countries covered

25

Peer-reviewed papers

Kenya

OIE (2013 - today)

Botswana

OIE (2007 - 2012)

Mali

GTZ (2003 - 2006)

Suriname

VVOB (1992 - 1995)

São Tomé & Principe

AGRER (1999 - 2003)

Togo

FAO (1996 - 1999)

25

Scientific articles

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41

Conference presentations and posters

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10

Conference proceedings

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3

Field manuals, extension manuals

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Latest posts & blogs

6 Sep 2020

Is African Swine Fever returning to Africa ?

Long-believed to be a truly “African” disease, occasionally affecting the African neighbourhood in southern Europe (Spain, Portugal, Italy) and -in the seventies- a decade-long incursion into a number of Caribbean islands (and Brasil), ASF embarked on an unprecedented invasion of the (rest of the) world around 2006, with a first introduction reported well outside its usual geographical range in the Caucasus, in Georgia in 2007.

11 Nov 2018

Triage in the Trenches, for the Love of Animals

World War I (1914 − 1918) A tribute to veterinarians in the first World War

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