Welcome to Dairy Science Park VI – 2019 Beni Suef

Welcome to Dairy Science Park VI – 2019 Beni Suef

Welcome to the Sixth International Conference and Industrial Exhibition on Dairy Science Park to be held on December 18-22, 2019 at Beni Suef University. Beni Suef is a city in Middle Egypt, some 115 km south of Cairo. The city is known for its linen manufacturing in the Middle Ages in the Nile Valley with archaeological and agricultural importance.

The event is continuation of the series held during November 2011, 2013 and 2015 at Peshawar, Pakistan and during November 2017 at Konya, Turkey. The four conferences focused on rehabilitation of the post-flood Dairy Sector; Halal meat export potential of the Region; entrepreneurship-based hygienic food production and; achieving food security,  respectively. DSP V has been scheduled for Khartum. The sixth event of the series is being held with the theme, “Generating Decent Employment and Exportable Surpluses across Food Value Chain”.

Like other developing countries, Pakistan is rich in livestock resources valuing US $30 billion; however, these could neither provide good economic return to producers nor quality food to consumers. Similar wastage of natural resources is being observed throughout the world. Dairy Science Park addressed these issues through technical and marketing interventions. The model has got some notable achievements accepted by the United Nations as #SDGAction9671 and it may prove as a model for bringing prosperity to the people of the developing nations.

We expect rich participation of people from Academia, Industry, Civil Society, Government and Development Agencies, from various parts of the World. It is hoped that this event will prove as a platform for sharing success stories and planning future strategies through Academia-Industry linkages and a union between the people from various segments of the Globe at the city of Ben Suef.

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