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Welcome to the AU-IBAR Ecosystem.

This online ecosystem is designed to facilitate connection, collaboration and knowledge management and sharing for stakeholders across the continent. To gain more insight and explore how you can engage, read more here.

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Networks, groups & communities of practice

Networks can create profiles with easily manageable content and collaboration tools. To discover more access an introduction to the AU-IBAR Ecosystem specifically designed for Networks, Groups and Communities of Practice here.

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Organisations

Every organisation engaging with the animal resources sector, across the continent, can create an organisational profile that offers collaboration and connection. Read more here to get your organisation's profile started.

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YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Are you new to the platform and this ecosystem? If you have questions that you need answered or simply need to know more, please visit our AU-IBAR profile. Here you'll find resources, answers to some questions, and the possibility to pose new questions, and more.

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