The Internet and digital technologies have transformed how people learn. Educational resources are no longer static and scarce, but adaptable and widely available, allowing educational institutions, teachers, and learners to actively participate in a global exchange of knowledge via Open Educational Resources (OER).  All the materials of AfriVIP are Open Education Resources (OER) and therefore carry an open license (Creative Commons), allowing it to be freely copied, distributed, and adapted without asking copyright permission.  

One of our objectives is to have access to other relevant repositories in Africa and further afield to ensure that the AfriVIP becomes a preferential point of access not only for veterinary and paraveterinary professionals and students but also for farmers, agri-businesses, governments, NGOs, and other key stakeholders seeking and sharing veterinary sciences information, educational knowledge and content and research findings in Africa.