Take the bull by the horns
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CTA. 2003. Take the bull by the horns. Spore 104. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Where there is no vet, there very well could be a community-based animal health care worker (CAHW).
Where there is no vet, there very well could be a community-based animal health care worker (CAHW). The new publication, Community-based Animal Healthcare, is full of practical guidance for the design and management of community-based animal health services, including the training and deployment of CAHWs. It shows how to establish links between basic level CAHWs, private veterinarians and State veterinary services. It will be especially useful for countries with remote pastoral and mountainous regions, where veterinary services are lacking. The book definitely fills a gap - there is not much written material available for these workers. Community-based Animal Health Care: A Practical Guide to Improving Primary Veterinary Services A Catley, S Blakeway & T Leyland. ITDG Publishing, London, 2002. 360 pp. ISBN 1853394858 GBP 9.95 / 14.70 ITDG Publishing 103-105 Southampton Row London WC1B 4HL UK Fax: +44 20 7436 2013 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SubjectsANIMAL PRODUCTION AND HEALTH;
- CTA Spore (English)