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Integrating community-based animal health workers into the formal veterinary service delivery system in Kenya

Integrating community-based animal health workers into the formal veterinary service delivery system in Kenya

Agrekon 43(1): 89-100

The community-based animal health workers (CBAHWs) model has been one of the ways utilized in delivery of animal health services following the veterinary service reforms. Government statutory bodies have opposed the establishment of these programmes arguing that their approach to animal health delivery does not fit within the existing technical, legal and policy framework.

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Accession: 004209110

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DOI: 10.1080/03031853.2004.9523637

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