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Para-veterinary professionals and the development of quality, self-sustaining community-based services.
Livestock are a major asset for rural households throughout the developing world and are increasingly regarded as a means of reducing poverty. However, many rural areas are characterised by limited
LIVELIHOOD DYNAMICS IN NORTHERN KARAMOJA A Participatory Baseline Study for the Growth Health and Governance Program
ions aside, in the pastoralist and agro-pastoralist areas disparities in wealth are largely linked to livestock holdings. In Karamoja, livestock are not only representative of wealth and status but
'we are Now Reduced to Women': Impacts of Forced Disarmament in Karamoja, Uganda
Abstract This article provides background on the Government of Uganda's disarmament campaign in Karamoja. We discuss the recent history of and motivations for the disarmament campaign, and the
We Now Have Relative Peace ” ; Changing Conflict Dynamics in Northern Karamoja , Uganda
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Vaginal prolapse in a camel
Some aspects of non-surgical embryo transfer in cattle
It is concluded that embryos sited in the tip of the ipsilateral horn are more likely to survive than those at other locations which will require the transport of luteotropin produced in optimal quantities.
A herd fertility progamme for dairy cattle and computerized data processing.
The incorporation of this fertility control programme into a computer programme involves the processing of data on reproduction (on calving, oestrus, insemination and pregnancy diagnosis) by computer system.