Dr. Kavosa Mudoga
Kavosa is a public health expert with a speciality to companion animals. She trained as a veterinary doctor and in public health. She has over 20 years of professional experience working with governments, in communities, in consultative workshops and with partners like AU-IBAR, WHO, OIE, FAO and Global Alliance for Rabies. She participated and contributed to the development of WHO Expert Consultation on Rabies third report, and with the Pan African Rabies Control Network (PARACON) partnership in Africa.
Kavosa worked on dog population management rabies programmes and projects in Kenya and Sierra Leone and supported programs with partners in several other African countries. She also has experience in community-based emergency/rehabilitation animal health programs/systems that entailed aspects of gender awareness, community workshops and training of community health workers.