2020 IGA Achievement Awards
Recognition of IGA’s Most Active CRs and RDs
Every year the International Goat Association officially recognizes the most active Regional Directors (RD) and Country Representatives (CR). RDs and CRs are an essential part of IGA. We are sincerely grateful for all that they do: promoting IGA and our International Conference on Goats, organizing in-country and regional conferences, soliciting new members, preparing country reports for IGA’s Newsletter, etc.
The Regional Director & Country Representative Committee recently selected the individuals who have done an outstanding job representing IGA in their region or country during the past year. We wish to congratulate them on their involvement and successes.
2020 was a stressful year for everyone, but these Country Representatives and Regional Directors went above and beyond. They accomplished so much and set a new standard for excellence.
The 2020 IGA Achievement Award recipients are Clara Viviana Rúa Bustamante (RD for South America) and for our Country Representative:
We also wish to give an honorable mention and special thanks to Mamta Dhawan from India for her contributions to IGA.
Thank you for all that you do.
IGA Country Representative for Ecuador
Manuel received his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science from the National University of Loja, Ecuador. He also obtained a Doctorate in Veterinary Sciences - Animal Genetics at the Institute of Animal Science, Cuba. Currently, Manuel is a professor of Goat Production (Caprinocultura) and Animal Genetics at the State University of Bolívar, Ecuador. His focus is on goat milk production and animal behavior. Manuel is an academic advisor for Master’s and undergraduate theses focused on studying environmental and genetic factors that affect a goat’s lactation curve.
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Representante de IGA en Ecuador
Manuel se graduó de Doctor en Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia en la Universidad Nacional de Loja, Ecuador y, obtuvo su Doctorado en Ciencias Veterinarias, mención Genética Animal en el Instituto de Ciencia Animal, Cuba. Es profesor de Caprinocultura y Genética Animal en la Universidad Estatal de Bolívar, Ecuador. Sus estudios se centran en la producción de leche de cabra y comportamiento animal. Ha sido asesor académico de tesis de Maestría y pregrado centradas al estudio de la curva de lactación, factores ambientales y genéticos que la afectan en caprinos.
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