A helping hand for all vets

September 2012
Veterinary Ireland Journal;Sep2012, Vol. 2 Issue 9, p421
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the career related services developed for veterinary professionals including school leavers and livestock farmers in Uganda. He informs about the curriculum changes introduced in subjects of veterinary medicine in order to develop career of veterinary students. He informs about the Irish Veterinary Assistance (VIVA) cycle programme organized to help the Koilie Farmers Group in eastern Uganda.


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