Dejene Taye1* and Farhana Faiza Bristy2
1Department of Environmental Science, School of Natural Science, Madawalabu University, Bale Robe, Ethiopia; 2Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
*Correspondence: email@example.com (Dr. Dejene Taye, Project Manager, Department of Environmental Science, School of Natural Science, Madawalabu University, Bale Robe, Ethiopia).
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This research focuses on with the livestock technical assessment carried out in DaweQachen, Raytu, and Guradamole districts under the different NGOs working in the area. Attempts to introduce sustainable animal health service delivery through the private sector have fared poorly due to the provision and perceived risk of subsidized or free veterinary drugs provided by the Implementer during implementation. The concept of the use of veterinary vouchers addresses a ground-breaking attempt at ensuring project responses in the animal health sector strengthen rather than undermine sustainable animal health service delivery systems in both the private and public sectors while insuring the needy target groups continue to receive affordable or essential services. The guidelines case study aims to give clear visual information about the current animal health status and way of implementing the project area to be as a benchmark for the future evaluation of the impact of the project and divided the resource according to survey in addition to Baseline survey From the result of assessment all human elements are at risk of drought in shortage of water, food, and health care, Productive assets (livestock ) are at high risk, Lack of training/ uniformity to improve community animal health workers performance Lack of some CAHWS equipment, High need for sustainable animal health service delivery strength CAHWS with a private veterinary practitioner, It is found that in three districts has huge untapped livestock resources but its contribution to the individual pastoralist household is still insignificant. This is mainly attributed to the poor productivity of livestock. The disease is the major constraint to livestock production next to drought, which are rampant and widespread in the district. Poor animal health service is still mentioned as the major cause of production and productivity of livestock losses. Government services are constrained by inadequate drug supply and access to veterinary drugs and vaccination rates are low. On the other hand, CAHW's services were found very good and preferred due to their proximity to the livestock owner. CAHWs were mostly seen providing veterinary service in remote areas where the government service did not reach need to give refresher training and equipped them to link them with private veterinary Vender.
Keywords: Voucher veterinary, Livestock scheme, Intervention, Strategy, and CAHWS.
Citation: Taye D., and Bristy FF. (2023). Assessment of veterinary voucher scheme intervention already present in the area and proposed strategy: a case study. Int. J. Agric. Vet. Sci., 5(2), 27-35.
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