CERSA and WPSA will co-organize the second edition of the Pan-African Poultry Conference with five main themes including poultry production systems, food safety and economics of poultry production.
The Regional Center of Excellence for Poultry Science (CERSA), University of Lome, and World Poultry Science Association (WPSA-Togo branch) co-organize the second edition of the Pan-African Poultry Conference (PPC) from the 16th to 18th of May, 2023. Conference theme: ‘’Competitiveness and inclusiveness of the value chains of the poultry sector in Africa’’.
This conference aims to bring together specialists, industrialists, trainers, and researchers in the field of poultry from various backgrounds to discuss the challenges of poultry production in Africa. This meeting of international scope which is a melting pot, a place of exchange and reflection on the poultry sector, is supposed to bring together more than 300 participants and actors in the poultry sector from many countries in Africa and beyond.
Five main themes will be discussed during the PPC 2023, namely:
Environment and poultry production systems;
Diet, nutrition and metabolism;
Reproduction and incubation;
Product quality, processing and food safety;
Economics of poultry production.
In May 2019, the University of Lome hosted the first edition of the PanAfrican Poultry Conference.