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Strengthening animal health in Ethiopian pastoral areas

Community animal health workers (CAHWs) have proved essential in providing veterinary health care in Ethiopia's pastoral areas. With support from the FAO, CAHWs have been linked to new veterinary pharmacies, and training and selection of CAHWs has been standardised.
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This is the mosting eigouracnng word in ages. As a breeder Marino and his group will be hearing from me and will be scanning all my future generation regardless if it's 8+ hr drive one direction! Had I realized he was this in involved I would of been knocking down his door years ago!
posted by: Low (01:50:22 Fri 9th March 2012)

Actually the CAHWs are the leading animal health service providers in all the marginalized areas of the greater horn of Africa. Although the Veterinary Surgeons and Para professionals Act, 2011 does not recognize this cadre in Kenya they are still treating livestock and handling veterinary medicines
posted by: kisa juma ngeiywa (09:15:10 Thu 10th November 2011)



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