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Mission Statement

ISCA-AIDC creates opportunities for communities in need by helping them build sustainable agriculture systems.

photo of goats In its work, ISCA-AIDC strives to adhere to the following values:


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The Team

Lloyd Dalziel Lloyd Dalziel has over 20 years of experience in program design and delivery. Since 2005, Lloyd has worked in Haiti on a regular basis, gaining extensive experience particularly in agricultural project administration and collaboration with development partners.

Through organizations and agencies such as CANADEM, United Nations Peace Keeping Missions, the Organization of American States, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, and the European Union, Lloyd has worked internationally (Haiti, Afghanistan, East Timor, Sudan, South Sudan, Libya, Kenya, Egypt and the Ukraine) in various capacities and has gained a deep understanding of cultural diversity and the need for long-term, sustainable development research and assistance.

Email: ldalziel@isca-aidc.ca

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Fabienne UehlingerDr. Fabienne Uehlinger has a passion for veterinary medicine and how it relates to people, animals and their livelihoods. Fabienne has worked with smallholder farmers in communities in Haiti and Kenya and with Veterinarians Without Borders (Canada) in Laos.

Fabienne is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (large animal) and holds a PhD in Veterinary Epidemiology.

Email: fuehlinger@isca-aidc.ca





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David MacKay David MacKay is an agri-food business consultant working both internationally and in the Atlantic region. He has previous work experience in Haiti where he presented a value chain model workshop to promote a business approach to livestock production. His experiences working with the cooperative model in the Atlantic region has been the basis of a cooperative model transferable to other regions throughout the world.

David ensures that development initiatives have the infrastructure and support necessary to succeed. This development aspect is critical to the ISCA-AIDC model of sustainable development. He has worked to foster sustainable community development right here at home through his work with a variety of community based organizations including the PEI Organic Producers Co-op, Farmer's Markets, PEI Eco-Net Co-op, and other Atlantic region NGO's.

Email: mackaypei@gmail.com

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Valerie Busch Valerie Busch is a non-profit project manager and grant writer who has worked on development projects in Ghana, Haiti, and India. Over the course of her career, she has helped to design and implement projects in a wide range of development sectors including youth engagement and education, cooperative development, agricultural training and reinforcement, and adult literacy. She also writes freelance articles about promising innovations in international development, and her work has been featured on Innovate Development.

Valerie has also worked extensively on non-profit strategic planning and growth initiatives, helping small organizations to effectively use limited resources to help meet project and funding goals. She has a particular passion for grassroots, community-owned programs that strengthen and empower local communities. As a board member, she aims to help develop programs that lead to vibrant and self-sufficient communities in developing countries.

Email: vbusch@isca-aidc.ca