3 edition of Community-based animal health care in East Africa found in the catalog.
Community-based animal health care in East Africa
by Intermediate Technology Development Group (East Africa) in Nairobi, Kenya
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 129-131).
|Contributions||Intermediate Technology Development Group. East Africa.|
|LC Classifications||SF719.A353 C66 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||00378456|
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The role of community-based animal health care in rural development: ITDG-EA's experiences. [Intermediate Technology Development Group. East Community-based animal health care in East Africa book. Linking research and community-based animal healthcare in East Africa9 the ground, community-based workers can also greatly assist with research implementation.
For example, in the PAVE study in southern Sudan, local workers were trained as trans-lators and facilitators for participatory methods. Another important task can be sampling animals and. Describes some of the experiences in animal health care delivery in Eastern Africa and the challenges among the pastoralists living in arid lands.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution International License. based animal health care (DAHC) approaches, it took over 15 years to convince policy-makers to develop policies and legislation to allow this to happen – which still have not been formally adopted, despite the proliferation of community-based livestock services throughout the arid and semi-arid parts of Kenya.
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Livestock diseases remain one of the principal causes of the ever widening gap between the supply and demand for meat and milk in Tropical by: terms of animal health services leads to certain risks related to poverty, public health and food insecurity and nutrition.
To deal with these risks, the approach of community-based animal health services was developed. Selected by their com - munity and in collaboration with private veterinary doctors,File Size: 2MB. decentralised, community-based animal care in various regions of the country.
The Organisation of African Unity/International Bureau for Animal Resources Pan Africa Rinderpest Campaign (OAU/IBAR) was one of the central agents pushing for a change in policy.
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1Ahuya C.O. and A. Okeyo2 1Farm-Africa Dairy Goat and Animal Healthcare Project, P O BoxMeru, Kenya. alternative forms of animal health services in Sub-Saharan Africa. It is for officials and decision makers in regional governments and international agencies concerned with the planning and budgeting of animal health care.
It is not a policy paper or a definitive statement on the subject, but is. Community-Based Health Care; East Africa, Kenya; Epidemics (especially HIV/AIDS and VHFs) Global Health and Development; Health Governance; Hospitals; Human animal relations; Science; West Africa, Sierra Leone; Work and Management; Publications.
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Author: Dr Mary-Louise Penrith. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license. INTRODUCTION. After completing this module students will be expected to know and understand the main issues that influence animal health management in the livestock sector.
A subgroup of the veterinary paramedics are community-based animal-health workers (CAHWs). They are community members who have received basic, non-formal training in animal-health care.
They engage in the prevention and treatment of animal diseases. Prevention basically means vaccination in. Health Systems in Africa: Community Perceptions and Perspectives 1.
Health systems plans – organization and administration 2. Delivery of health care – organization and administration – trends 3. Socioeconomic factors 4. Community Health Planning – endstr Size: 1MB.Contents Eastern and Southern Africa Policy Study I Page 3 Executive Summary 5 1 Objectives 7 2 Methodology 7 3 Review of country veterinary administrative structures and legislative framework 8 Kenya 8 Uganda 8 Tanzania 8 Malawi 9 Ethiopia 9 4 Analysis of key findings 10 Kenya 10 Disease control 10 Registration and sale of livestock.Climate change and animal health in Africa P.
Van den Bossche(1, 2) & J.A.W. Coetzer(2) Despite this, there is general consensus that East Africa will become wetter, south-east Africa will become dryer and. there is a poorly specified outcome for the Sahel region (16).