Animal Health, best practices from FARM-Africa’s Pastoralist Development Project in Kenya

Abstract

THE BEST PRACTICES SERIES (2002).
This series documents the best practices and lessons learned from the Camel Improvement Project, which later became the Pastoralist Development Project (PDP). This was FARM-Africa's first undertaking, which began in Kenya in 1988 and ran for 12 years. The PDP Best Practices series comprises five booklets: Animal Health, Camel Husbandry and Production, Microenterprise Development, The Mobile Outreach Approach, and lastly, Natural Resource Management. Through these, the series documents how the project progressed and the lessons it learned along the way, presenting the 'best practices' that evolved from the work.

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