TRAINING AND DEMONSTRATION IN ANIMAL HEALTH AND ANIMAL HUSBANDRY.
Afghanistan 1969 - The Afghanistan Government has undertaken a 5-yearproject to improve the quality and increase production of sheep, cattle and poultry throughout the nation, with the assistance of the United. Nations Development Programme - Special Fund (UNDP-SF) and with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) acting as executing agency. Animal health assistants and animal husbandry extension workers are being trained at a lay assistants school in Kabul and at a field training centre in the province of Baghran, where a pilot demonstration area in animal health and animal husbandry extension work has also been established. Short in-service training courses are being offered for agricultural workers.
Eric Hall (with white hair), FAQ field livestock officer from the U.K., demonstrates the use of a small economical sheep dip designed by him. The dip is used to teach sheep farmers how to make and use their own.