College of Veterinary at University of Bahri has sent a veterinary medicine caravan to those who are affected by or evacuated because of floods in Al Izergab area, north of Khartoum North. Dr. Al Mansour Mahadi Mustafa, head of microorganisms department at college of veterinary medicine, indicated that the caravan is a result of collaboration with the veterinary association and Ministry of Agreeculture and Animal Resources represented in animal sanitation administration, department of guidance, technology and information transport, Locality of Khartoum North, 5th year students and the college’s graduates of previous patches.
From his part, Dr. Abu Bakr Ahmed Al Ees, Manager of the Educational Veterinary Hospital at the university, confirmed that this caravan is in the community service framework and targeted those affected by the floods and lost their houses and farms in Al Izergab area, north of Khartoum North. He also indicated that the aim of this campaign is to provide a number of veterinary services such as spraying ranches with insecticides and fighting ticks which caused a lot of diseases. Moreover, the campaign provided the service of animal examination for potential diseases and epidemics, taking samples, and diagnosing them. Additionally, the campaign provided free drugs and medications, and guidance for cattle owners and shepherds in addition to providing food supplements for animals.
Edited by: Rafe’a Fadlallah
Photographed by: Ahmed Abd ALkhair
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