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Abstract

Because of severe resource and logistical constraints in large areas of Africa, disease surveillance systems need to maximize the use of information provided by livestock keepers and make correct interpretations of indigenous livestock knowledge. This paper describes the use of participatory...

Author(s)
Catley, A.
Publisher
Springer Science + Business Media, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Citation
Tropical Animal Health and Production, 2006, 38, 3, pp 171-184
Abstract

Foot and mouth disease is caused by serotypes O, A, SAT 1 and SAT 2. Free animal movement together with the lack of vaccination have favoured spread of the disease in the Sudan. The economic importance of the disease in the country is outlined, and future plans for its control are discussed.

Author(s)
Abu Elzein, E. M. E.
Citation
Revue Scientifique et Technique, Office International des Épizooties, 1983, 2, 1, pp 177-188
Abstract

Subtyping of isolates of aphthovirus type O was carried out to provide information for future control programmes. Type O was the first recorded in the Sudan and is the most frequent. Relationships were studied between ten Sudanese isolates and three others used for vaccine production of which two...

Author(s)
Abu Elzein, E. M. E.; Newman, B. J.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1980, 92, 11/12, pp 1185-1191
Abstract

Staff were faced with an acute problem of containing CONTAGIOUS BOVINE PLEUROPNEUMONIA in about 7, 000 cattle belonging to Sudanese refugees. The following measures were taken: all Sudanese cattle entering Uganda were directed to the Agoloki quarantine area; within 1-2 weeks all were submitted to...

Author(s)
Nsubuga, H. S. K.
Publisher
Govt. Printer, Entebbe,
Citation
Uganda. Annual report of the Department of Veterinary Services and Animal Industry for the year ended 31st December, 1966., 1967, pp 58 pp.
Abstract

The Veterinary Division of the Ministry of Animal and Forest Resources was being subdivided into three Divisions-the Animal Health Division covers all matters relating to Animal Health, the investigation services, and Staff training. An Animal Husbandry Division has recently been created to deal...

Author(s)
Macgregor, D. E.
Publisher
65 Kaduna: Government Printer,
Citation
Northern Nigeria. Annual report of Animal Health Division, 1963., 1966, pp 64 pp.
Abstract

During the year the former Department of Tsetse Control became a division of the Department of Veterinary Services, while the latter was incorporated into the new Ministry of Animal Industry, Game and Fisheries. The 1962 census showed approx. 3, 465, 000 cattle, 2, 340, 000 goats, 760, 000 sheep...

Author(s)
Sanders, R. N.
Publisher
Entebbe: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Uganda Protectorate. Annual report of the Department of Veterinary Services and Animal Industry for the year ended 31st December, 1962., 1964, pp 70 pp.
Abstract

The health of livestock was generally satisfactory. Uganda now carries 3, 308, 000 cattle and 3, 777, 000 sheep and goats.
The Disease Prophylaxis Service worked smoothly and gave stock-owners who were prepared to pay for vaccines protection against a wide range of diseases. The Government issues...

Publisher
Entebbe: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Department of Veterinary Services and Animal Industry for the year ended 31st December, 1957., 1958, pp 45 pp.
Abstract

EMERGING DISEASES are defined as those assuming a greater relative importance because of more effective control of the major epizootic diseases.
BLUETONGUE-The serious spread outside Africa was noted, and the following recommended: all countries should make statistical surveys on the incidence in...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.,
Citation
United Nations. Report of the FAO/OIE International Meeting on emerging diseases of animals held in Ankara, Turkey, 19 to 24 June, 1961., 1961, pp 48 pp.
Abstract

It is again stressed that an animal that has recovered from infection with one type of the virus can develop the disease from infection with any other type. The determination of the type of virus responsible for any outbreak has a fundamental bearing on the control of the disease in Great Britain...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Pirbright: The Institute.,
Citation
The Foot. and. Mouth Disease Research Institute. Report for the years 1954-1955., 1955, pp 22 pp.
Abstract

I. PERSONNEL.-Four British veterinary inspectors were released for military service, and, although their duties were ostensibly purely veterinary, they had to fulfil other functions.
" it is rare nowadays to find British [combat] officers with the requisite knowledge of animals to make them good...

Author(s)
Fisher, C. P.
Citation
Annual Report of the Sudan Veterinary Service for the Year 1941., 1941, pp 30 pp.

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