A status report of veterinary education in Ethiopia: perceived needs, past history, recent changes, and current and future concerns.

@article{Mayen2006ASR,
  title={A status report of veterinary education in Ethiopia: perceived needs, past history, recent changes, and current and future concerns.},
  author={Friederike Luise Mayen},
  journal={Journal of veterinary medical education},
  year={2006},
  volume={33 2},
  pages={
          244-7
        }
}
Ethiopia, which owns the most important livestock resources in Africa, opened its first faculty of veterinary medicine in 1979. In 2003, in response to a government mandate to increase the number of veterinarians, four new veterinary faculties were founded, but these facilities still have very limited resources. Currently, quality standards and controls for veterinary studies are not established in Ethiopia, and the country does not have any type of veterinary council or oversight body to… CONTINUE READING
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