University of Namibia’s Dr. Hemberger visited CCF and gave a training session on hygiene and food safety. The training also served as a refresher for staff who attended last years’ training. Dr Hemberger talked about the nine Pre-requisite procedures (PRPs) in dairy production, from when goats are milked to when the final product is made and handled. The food safety training also highlighted the Hazard – Analysis – Critical – Control – Point (HACCP) model. Seen in the above photo is Dr. Marker and Dr. Hemberger, along with staff and interns who attended the training.
CCF’s David Shipingana and Matti Ngikembua gave an induction training to CCF’s livestock herders. The herders were introduced to CCF’s goals and programs. The training covered the following;
- Importance of a herder
- Roles and responsibilities of a herder
- Methods to minimise risk and livestock loss
- Health and safety, and Ignatius Davids led everyone through the Kill ID activity, a practical activity that CCF uses to train farmers on how to identify which predator is responsible for a livestock kill.
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