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Livestock Policy for Health Care

बुधवार, 02 डिसेंबर 2009 05:35
शेवटचा बदल केलेला दिनांक बुधवार, 27 जानेवारी 2010 11:37
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  1. State is, at present, providing health care services for livestock through its District Polyclinics, Mini-Polyclinics and Dispensaries in local sector. It aims at providing mini-polyclinics in each taluka in phased manner. Similarly, one veterinary dispensary headed by a graduate veterinarian is aimed to be provided for 5000 cattle unit in general areas and for 3000 cattle unit in hilly and tribal areas. However, in Municipal Corporation / council areas the local body will be primarily responsible for veterinary health care.
  2. Veterinary heath-care includes disease prevention, disease diagnosis & surveillance, disease control and disease eradication and treatment of ailing animal etc. It promotes initiatives for providing door-delivery of animal health services and AI services through participation of unemployed veterinarians and non-governmental organizations largely under private investment.
  3. State's Policy in to livestock health-care is to have integrated alternative systems of medicine e.g. Aurvedic, Unani and Homeopathic with allopathic system of medicine at the core; only after validating the components of indigenous system.
  4. State is committed to join central government'™s initiatives for disease prevention, disease control, disease eradication, disease diagnosis and surveillance and creation of disease free zone including zoonotic diseases under scheme like ASCAD and FMD-CP etc.
  5. State is committed to effective service delivery by its net work of regional disease investigation laboratories with referral laboratory at Pune. It shall strive to extend the services effectively to other States in Western region through its laboratory at Pune which has been recognized by Government of India as Western Regional Disease Diagnostic Laboratory.
  6. Special emphasis will be laid in creating awareness for control of zoonotic diseases and veterinary drug abuse to safe guard human health.
 
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