CARPS student

Joyvin Kanuameva

Joyvin Kanuameva is a Namibian who graduated from the University of Namibia with a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science (Honours) in 2011. He will be a first year, RUFORUM ‘Bush-to-Feed’ project Scholarship beneficiary, pursuing a Master’s Degree in Animal Science through the Faculty of Agriculture and Natural Resources (FANR) of the University of Namibia with a major focus in Animal Nutrition. Post-graduation Joyvin worked as a Temporary Teacher in the Ministry of Education based at Danie Joubert Combined School between 01 June-31 December 2011 where he taught Agriculture (Grade 5-10) and History (Grade 9 and 10). He later started working as an Agricultural Researcher in the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry’s Directorate of Agricultural Research and Development, Livestock Development Research division based at Kalahari Research Station on 07 May 2012 to present, and his focus area is mainly but not limited to Small Ruminant production research. Coming from a majorly subsistence farming background with special focus on animal rearing, he is driven to contribute to the improvement of rural livelihood by increasing livestock production through applied agricultural research and development.

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