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Training Report

Training Report
Livestock Management & Animal Health (Refresher Course) for Livestock Extension Workers 2010

Conducted By
Livestock Trainers & Consultants
In Collaboration with
Faculty of Animal Husbandry &
Veterinary Sciences KPK Agricultural
University Peshawar
For
LEWs of Inter-Cooperation Pakistan
Under
Livelihood Programme
Training Report

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Reported By: Dr. Nadeem Iqbal (Course Coordinator)
Produced by: Dr.Saeed Ullah Khan (Trainer & Consultant LTC)

Photography by: Dr. Zakir Hussain & Dr. Nadim Iqbal


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Table of Contents
List of Acronyms .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Acknowledgement ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Executive Summary ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 7

Objectives: ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 7

About LTC .................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8


Training Programme .................................................................................................................................................................................... 9

Designing of training curriculum: ........................................................................................................................................................... 9


Training approaches: ............................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Training Methodology .............................................................................................................................................................................. 9
Teaching & Demonstration Materials ...................................................................................................................................................... 9
Boarding & Lodging ............................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Monitoring and Evaluation ..................................................................................................................................................................... 10

Training Proceedings ................................................................................................................................................................................ 11

Day -1 December 27, 2010 .................................................................................................................................................................... 11


Day -2 December 28, 2010...................................................................................................................................................................... 12
Day -3 December 29, 2010...................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Day -4 December 30, 2010...................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Day -5 December 31, 2010...................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Day 6 January 01, 2011 .......................................................................................................................................................................... 16
Day -7 January 02, 2011 ......................................................................................................................................................................... 17
Day -8 January 03, 2011 ......................................................................................................................................................................... 18

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Day -9 January 04, 2011 ......................................................................................................................................................................... 19


Day -10 January 05, 2011 ....................................................................................................................................................................... 20

Annex-1 list of the participants ................................................................................................................................................................. 22


Annex -2 Trainees Evaluation Result........................................................................................................................................................ 23
Annex -3 Course Evaluation ...................................................................................................................................................................... 24
Annex-4 Medicine & equipment list ** ...................................................................................................................................................... 25
Annex-4 Press Clippings ........................................................................................................................................................................... 26
Recommendations ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 27

Regular Follow-up: ................................................................................................................................................................................. 27


Training in pregnancy Detection: .......................................................................................................................................................... 27
Lady Livestock Extension Workers: ..................................................................................................................................................... 27
Comprehensive Training Need Assessment: ....................................................................................................................................... 27

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List of Acronyms

AH Animal Health
AUP Agricultural University Peshawar
BQ Black Quarter
BQV Black Quarter Vaccine
CCPP Contagious Caprine Pleuro Pneumonia
ETV EnteroToxaemia Vaccine
FAHVS Faculty of Animal Husbandry &Veterinary Sciences
HS Hemorrhagic Septicemia
HSV Hemorrhagic Septicemia Vaccine
IC Inter Cooperation
KP Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
LEWs Livestock Extension Workers
LM Livestock Management
LP Livelihood Programme
LTC Livestock Trainers &Consultants
PEP Participatory Extension Planning
PPR Peste des Petits Ruminants
TNA Training Need Assessment
UMB Urea Molasses Block
UST Urea Straw Treatment
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Acknowledgement I appreciate the commendable job of Dr. Nadim Iqbal Course


Coordinator LTC, and his zeal, effective coordination, overall
supervision and successful arrangements for the training. It will
Training on Livestock Management & Animal Health (Refresher not be fair if I do not appreciate the laborious work (compilation of
Course) was the 1st training of LTC with Inter-Cooperation the training report) of Dr. Saeed Ullah Khan.
Pakistan under Livelihood Programme. LTC did commitment to The hard and dedicated job of Dr. Shafi and the warm welcome of
impart a practical oriented and quality in campus training to the Management of Brooke Hospital Peshawar during the excursion
LEWs while the later showed trust. By the Grace of Allah Almighty visit of the LEWs are highly appreciated.
we delivered what we pledged. I am highly thankful to Allah It will be injustice if I ignore the efforts of Dr. Zakir Hussain HR
Almighty for His Blessings that enable my organization to accept Manager LTC and Dr. Shoaib Sultan Afridi in successful
the challenges. conduction of the training. I am thankful to both of them.
I extend gratitude on behalf of LTC to the Worthy Vice Chancellor In last but not least I am grateful to The Chairman LTC Dr. Nazir
KP Agricultural University Peshawar, Prof: Dr. Khan Bahadur Ahmad for his critical insight, trust, personal interest and full
Marwat for his strong support, encouragement and appreciation cooperation.
regarding this training, I am also thankful to Prof: Dr. Muhammad
Naeem for gracing the closing ceremony.
I am grateful to Mr. Shabir Hussain the Team Leader Livelihood
Programme IC Pakistan and Mr. Munawar Khatak Regional
Programme Coordinator for their trust and confidence shown in
LTC. Let me extend my gratitude to Livestock Advisor
Miss. Mahjabben for her best coordination and support.
The sincere efforts of the Dean Faculty of Animal Husbandry &
Veterinary Sciences, Prof: Dr. Muhammad Amjad in successful
conduction of this training is unparallel. I am highly thankful to him
for his very strong support, encouragement and best coordination.
Shaukat Khan
I am also highly grateful to Prof: Dr. Muhammad Subhan Qureshi Program Director
Chairman Department of Animal Health and Prof: Dr. Sohail LTC KP Peshawar
Akhtar Chairman Department of Livestock Management FAHVS
Agricultural University Peshawar for their support and
cooperation.
I pay my thanks to the panel of instructors for their incredible job
in imparting skill to these Livestock Extension Workers. I applaud
the work of Prof: Dr. Ihsan and Mr. Iftikhar Ahmad Marwat as they
tried their best for the success of the training.

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Executive Summary Objectives:

“People are born with intrinsic motivation, self-esteem, and The objectives of the above proposed training were as under:
dignity, curiosity to learn and joy in learning”
To refresh the knowledge and skill of the LEWs regarding
W. Edwards Deming Livestock Management and Animal Health
Livestock is the main source of livelihood generally in Pakistan To equip the LEWs with needed theoretical and practical
and particularly in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. There is a huge potential knowledge to better solve the problems and issues faced
in this sector but it needs interventions on scientific lines. while working with the communities regarding livestock
extension activities
Livestock Extension has a significant role in the development of
the livestock sector. The trained CLEWs are delivering doorstep To strengthen the skill of LEWs in addressing day to day
services to the farming community and developing their socio- Management and animal health issues.
economics by utilizing their skilled knowledge at their level. To identify communication gaps between LEWs and livestock
Scientists are working to develop new technologies and carry out farmers and to enable the LEWs in bridging these gaps.
modern practices to fulfill the need of growing population. The
To motivate and sensitize the trainees for a socio-economic
already trained CLEWs need awareness regarding new change in their rural areas for their better future
technologies and findings in animal husbandry practices,
extension education and animal health management practices. To To handle emergency and disease out breaks in the remote
areas
refresh the knowledge of the CLEWs and to equip them with
emerging technologies and practices refresher training To provide safety net to rural livelihood means to address the
programme is of utmost importance. During this training the shocks and seasonality factors more efficiently
trained CLEWs were educated in livestock feeding practices,
animal health and specially extension education techniques to
motivate and mobilize the community for better adoption. They
were also taught about the problems they were facing in field
while working with communities in livestock extension. The
refresher courses are essential for maximizing the impact of the
training program and for achieving the desired goals. After the
refresher course the trainees are in a better position to solve the
sufferings of poor farmer’s community.

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About LTC LTC believes in quality and is therefore committed to deliver


quality services to its stakeholders in the field of Livestock
Trainings and Consultancies having all the capabilities as well as
Livestock Trainers & Consultants (LTC) is a provincial based expertise in the mentioned field.
registered non-governmental, not for profit organization dedicated The organization has successfully imparted trainings to livestock
to provide quality services to the farming community without and Poultry farmers in campus as well as on the spot at
discrimination & regardless of race, religion, creed or political community in collaboration with KP Agricultural University
affiliations. The organization is registered in September 2009 last Peshawar for various governmental and Non Governmental
year under the Society Act III 1860. Organizations.
The organization is being run by highly qualified well energetic LTC is working with the following main objectives
and devoted professionals while supervised by a panel of experts Extension Education of the farming community
both at national and international level. To transfer knowledge and skill to the farming
community to develop the field of animal
LTC inked MoU for collaboration with the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
husbandry on scientific lines
Agricultural University Peshawar to utilize their dairy farm, Dairy
Technology Center and Feed Technology Center, Poultry To increase the production of the animals via
Research Facilities along with University Human Resources for good animal husbandry practices
capacity building of Livestock Extension Workers and Livestock To develop messages, posters, leaflets,
Farmers. booklets etc for livestock farmers
To motivate and mobilize the farming
LTC is delivering quality services to the farming community since
community for wider adoption of technology in
2009, with the objective to uplift their socio-economic conditions
the field of animal husbandry
via better animal health and production. To achieve the desired
goals and objectives it is joining hands with the governmental and
non-governmental organizations to seek monetary funds to
benefit all its stakeholders in the country. LTC is utilizing these
funds for the capacity building of the farming community and is
providing consultancy services to the rest of the organizations in
the field of veterinary and animal sciences to identify potential
pockets, conduct baseline surveys, proposal writing and even to
implement various projects in the said field.

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Training Programme Learning by Doing. Our training methodologies enable the


trainees to feel the gap where they are and where they want to
Designing of training curriculum: be. Learning by Doing enables the participants to work with their
own hands, which ultimately result in skill development. During
The training curriculum contained most of the topics which were
their work, they commit mistakes and learn from these mistakes,
of crucial importance for the Livestock Extension Workers that are
involved in Livestock keeping. The curriculum had been which lead them towards learning and adoption of various
developed for the Livestock Extension workers to refresh their livestock Management practices.
knowledge and skill regarding modern Animal husbandry
practices as well as best extension strategies. The curriculum was Teaching & Demonstration Materials
mainly based on overview and need assessment. LTC expert LTC has developed book let (Mawishee Palna aik Fun) for
conducted a Training Need Assessment at the first day of the
extension workers and livestock farmers. The livestock
training and after TNA topics like practical demonstrations,
excursion visit to farmer’s Community and animal health and management and animal health has been discussed in the book
extension related issues were incorporated in the pre-designed in a very simple and easy manner up to farmer level. Each
curriculum. participant was provided with a copy of the book, leaflets and
messages for future consultation along with the knowledge and
Training approaches: skill they learnt during the training.
LTC believes in quality and is therefore committed to conduct
practical based trainings so that to equip the trainees with new
knowledge and skills. Our trainers are more person centered and
less subject centered by exercising unique training approaches
Participatory training approach
Hands on training approach.

Training Methodology
The most important thing in a training programme is its training
methodology that can make the training programme more fruitful
and results oriented. The result of every training programme is the
acquisition of knowledge, building of skill and change in the
attitude of the participants. The training was above 80% practical
oriented with unique training methodologies of Trail Error and

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Boarding & Lodging


The organization has provided boarding & lodging services to the
trainees at Emerald lodge Rahman Baba road, University Town,
which was nearest to the training venue. The Guest House
provided quality services to the trainees. The trainees were also
provided pick & drop facility from residence to venue and back.
For this purpose LTC hired Agricultural University Bus.

Monitoring and Evaluation

LTC has a complete evaluation procedure, which includes, initial


Boarding Facility at Emerald lodge University Town
and final evaluations of the trainees before and after the training.
LTC has a full time Training Coordinator and a training Supervisor
who monitored and supervised the whole activity from day 1st to
last. During the training, the LTC training Supervisor evaluated
the training and reported to head office on daily basis so as to
correct any short comings timely in order to make the training a
successful event. The Chairman LM & Chairman AH also
monitored the activity and paid regular visits to the venue.

Monitoring, Prof: Dr. MS Qureshi and Prof: Dr. Sohail Akhtar

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Training Proceedings
Day -1 December 27, 2010

The participants of the training arrived at 9 am to the training


venue Dairy Technology Center. Dr. zakir Hussain registered
the trainees and distributed among them School items. Each
participant received a bag having writing pad, ball point, a
copy of Book (Mawishee Palna aik Fun) and a set of
extension messages.
Opening Ceremony of the training was conducted informally at
the venue. Prof: Dr. Muhammad Subhan Qureshi Chairman
Deptt: of Animal Health, Dr. Shaulat Khan Program Director
Prof: Dr. MS Qureshi addressing in A partipant expressing about his
LTC. Dr. Saeed Ullah Khan and other relevant instructors from Opening Ceremony expectations from the training
LTC and University were present on the occasion. Participants
were asked to express their expectations from the training.
Later on the Program Director assured the participants full
facilitation during the training. Prof: Dr. MS Qureshi stressed
on skill development for the uplift of the socio-economic
conditions of the poor farming Community.
The next session of TNA was started in supervision of
Dr. Saeed Ullah Khan. On the basis of group discussions,
problem censes and ranking a few topics like basic practical
demonstrations etc were incorporated in the curriculum.
Mr. Iftikhar marwat in his session discussed with the trainees’
farm animal management in routine, problems and solutions.
The whole session was based on asking telling. The trainer TNA: Group Presentation Mr. Iftikhar demontrating farm equipments
gave a tour around the dairy farm and explained various
emergency heath and management problems and their
handling. The trainees were also made aware regarding the
use of various equipments and instruments at farm.

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Day -2 December 28, 2010

In the first session of the day Prof: Dr. Ihsan discussed various
issues and problems of animal breeding in rural areas. He also
made aware the participants of the training about the possible
solution of these problems. Later on Dr. Ihsan demonstrated
Artificial Insemination in a cow. The participants took keen interest
in the session.

Dr. Zakir Hussain presented an overview of animal feeding in


rural areas of KP in his session. He also discussed jointly with the
trainees problems and issues facing by livestock farmers
regarding animal feed and feeding. The session was participatory
in nature where problems were presented by LEWs and their
possible solutions were discussed mutually.
Participants are being briefed regarding animal breeding
In the last session of the day the Resource Person Dr. Nadim
Iqbal briefed the participants about the young stock Management.
He leaded the LEWs to the dairy farm and practically
demonstrated the procedure of remedial measures for problems
in young stock management. The participants were told regarding
the proper management of young stock the future productive
animals.

Artificial Insemination a practical way towards breeding up gradation

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Day -3 December 29, 2010

Dr. Ihsan was the Resource Person for the session. The learned
resource person thoroughly briefed the trainees about the modern
animal husbandry practices. He also introduced the participants
about the emerging technologies in livestock sector. The whole
session was quite informative for the trainees.

Sheep and goat farming is a very important component of


livestock farming. Mr. Iftikhar Ahmad Marwat discussed the needs
and requirements of sheep & goats farming. He also shared
various issues and problems of Sheep & Goats Husbandry.
Goat Examination: Look at me how I do
Sheep & Goats are more vulnerable to diseases as compared to
large ruminants. The trainer Dr. Nadim Iqbal in his session
discussed with the LEWs various infectious and contagious
diseases of sheep & goat like PPR, CCPP, and ET etc.

Now do what I did. Learning by doing

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Day -4 December 30, 2010

According to the time table an excursion visit was scheduled to


Brooke Hospital but due Christmas holly days Brooke Hospital
visit was not possible so the trainees preferred to learn about
UST, silage making and herd observation. Dr. Nadim and
Dr. Zakir were the facilitators for the whole day.

First the trainees performed herd observation in dairy farm.


Dr. zakir was the facilitator. The participants observed and
examined various parameters of animals at the farm.

In the next session the Extension Workers with their own hands
performed Urea Straw Treatment. Their dedication and interest in
learning was really appreciable as in rain and severe cold whether
they performed the process. Dr. Nadim Iqbal guided them and
they leant what they done with their own hands.

In the next session the participants were interested in silage


making. They were told about the process with the help of poster
and messages. Later on an overview of the previous days was
presented by various participants of the training.

Hands on training approach: various stages of UST

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Day -5 December 31, 2010

The provision of first aid and emergency treatment is also an


important job of the LEWs besides extension services. LEWs
should be sound in handling an emergency. Prof: Dr. Ihsan who is
also a competent practioner, taught the LEWs various emergency
conditions regarding livestock and how they could provide first aid
to save life of precious animals. The participants took keen
interest. They asked about remedies for various emergencies like
bloat, impaction, wound, snake bite etc from the learned
Resource Person.
When I do with my own hand I remember for whole of life
Mr. Iftikhar Ahmad practically demonstrated judging of healthy Live weight estimation
and disease animal at farm. He also performed live weight
estimation of cow to the trainees. The session was based on
Learning by Doing Technique.

Mean while Prof: Dr. Muhammad Subhan Qureshi Chairman


Department of Animal Health and Prof: Dr. Sohail Akhtar
Chairman Department of LM visited the trainees. They monitored
the training standard and learning capacity of the trainees. They
asked various questions from the trainees in the previous
subjects. They had appreciated the interest of the participants in
practical learning.

Dr. Nadim briefed the participants regarding chemical poisoning Weight Calculation

and its first aid at community level. The participants shared their
previous experience and the learned Resource Person taught
them that how to address similar issues in field.

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Day 6 January 01, 2011

To make the training more fruitful LTC arranged a field day for the
LEWs in Taro Jabba a periphery of Peshawar. The aim of the
activity was to provide an opportunity to the Livestock Extension
Workers to work in community in supervision of facilitators.
Dr. Nadim Iqbal and Dr. Atif were the facilitators along with
Veterinary Assistant Muhammad Ishaq.

Medicine and necessary drugs and vaccine were provided by LTC


LEWs and farmers interaction in Community
while ambulance Veterinary Mobile Clinic was provided by
Department of Animal Health AUP. The LEWs visited the area
and met with the farmers.

They observed various clinical cases in the locality and provided


first aid to the sick animals. They also performed extension
activities in the farm. They conveyed extension messages to the
farmers. All the participants were actively involved in community
from dawn to dusk.

LEWs in action providing First aid to sick animals during field visit

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Day -7 January 02, 2011

Extension Workers should be sound in extension tools. A good


extension worker is like a bridge between farmer’s community and
research and services providing agencies. The aim of the session
was to enable the participants to effectively convey the livestock
extension messages to farmers and play an active role in socio-
economic development of the poor farmers.

Dr. Zakir Hussain introduced the participants to the term


“extension” and its scope. Dr. Nadim Iqbal discussed various
extension approaches and their application at community level.
He also taught them the qualities of a good extension worker.

Dr. Saeed Ullah Khan a Master Trainer in Livestock Extension Role Play: Extension Worker, Farmer and Observer
facilitated the LEWs in livestock extension. He elaborated the
PEP Technique an effective modern extension methodology. The
session was based on role plays, group presentation and group
discussion.

Presentation: Extension Worker, Farmer and Observer

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Day -8 January 03, 2011

The trainees visited Brooke Hospital Peshawar in supervision of


Dr. Nadim. The main objective of the visit was to make aware the
LEWs about the management and ailments of equine an integral
part of livestock. The management of Brooke Hospital warmly
welcomed them. Dr. Shafi briefed the trainees about the mandate
and structure of Brooke Hospitals.

The trainees observed different type of ailments in equines like


wounds, lameness, respiratory problems, managemental
anomalies. The participants took keen interest and actively
participated in handling of all those ailments.

They also observed the process of horse shoeing, brushing, and


teeth rasping. The trainees visited the feeding section and were
told about the composition of equine feed and feeding practices.

Dr. Shafi gave comprehensive lectures on anhydrosis, tetanus


and colic in horses. He also briefed the participants regarding the
possible control measures in the mentioned conditions.

The whole day was very informative and fruitful for the trainees.

An excursion Visit to Brooke Hospital Peshawar

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Day -9 January 04, 2011

In the 1st session of the second last day Dr. Shaoib Sultan Afridi
briefed the participants about various toxic plants. He explained
the plant poisoning in animals, its signs symptoms and possible
remedies. The session was comprised on asking telling,
experience sharing and past observations.

Dr. Ihasn informed the trainees about the rabid dog bite, its post
bite management and post bite vaccination in animals. The
participants were eager to learn about this fatal and zoonotic
disease.

After tea break the practical demonstration session was started, in


which Dr. Nadim demonstrated Surf mastitis Test. The trainer first
Mastitis Surf Test: Learning by Doing
discussed the mastitis, its types like chronic, clinical and sub
clinical mastitis. He also educated the LEWs in possible treatment
of clinical mastitis. In control of sub clinical and clinical mastitis
early diagnosis is of utmost importance. Surf Test is the easiest
and field applicable test for germ detection. The whole process
was demonstrated in front of the participants and then they were
asked to perform with their own hands.

In the last session Dr. Nadim Iqbal emphasized on proper


motivation and mobilization of the farmer’s community. They were
told about the tools and techniques of farmer’s motivation and
mobilization.

Herd Observation by LEWs them selves

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Day -10 January 05, 2011

Dr. Shoaib Sultan Afridi was the Resource Person. He explained


various types of ecto and endo parasites. He also told the
participants about the bad effects of parasites on animal health,
growth and production. The learned veterinarian emphasized on
regular deworming and anti parasitic application on animal body.

Mr. Iftikhar Ahmad facilitated the farmers in vaccination and


deworming calendar preparation. He told the trainees that how
they would make vaccination calendar in respect to the endemic
diseases in their areas.

Evaluation of training is very important. LTC conducts training as


well as trainee’s evaluation. The participants were given pre Dr. Shaoib Sultan Afridi discussing ecto & endo parasites and their control
prepared training evaluation profarma and were asked to evaluate
the training.

After the training evaluation final evaluation of the trainees were


conducted. The final evaluation was consisting on an
examination paper having questions regarding livestock
Management, animal Health and Livestock Extension.

Trainees Evaluations: Trainees busy in Examination:

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A formal closing ceremony was arranged in the Vice Chancellor


Committee Room. The ceremony was chaired by acting Vice
Chancellor Prof: Dr. Muhammad Naeem. The other participants of
the occasion were Mr. Munawar Khatak Regional Programme
Coordinator Livelihood Programme IC Pakistan, Prof: Dr.
Muhammad Amjad Dean FAHVS, Prof: Dr. Muhammad Subhan
Qureshi Chairman Deptt: of Animal Health, Dr. Shaukat Khan
Program Director LTC and Dr. Shoaib Sultan Afridi.

Prof: Dr. MS Qureshi presented training overview while Shaukat


Khan in his speech appreciated the strong support of Dean
Medicine & Equipments for drug store: share of one LEW
FAHVS, Chairman Deptt: Of Animal Health and Livestock
Management in successful conduction of the activity.

Mr. Kalu Khan represented the participants and appreciated the


practical aspect of the training.

Mr. Munawar Khatak briefed the audience about the mandate and
strategies of Livelihood Programme. He also emphasized on
socio- economic development of livestock farmers through
effective extension services.

Prof: Dr. Muhammad Naeem in his address appreciated the


collaboration of LTC and University in farmer’s capacity
development. He stressed on the LEWs to act like a bridge
between farmers and researchers.

Dean FAHVS Prof: Dr. Muhammad Amjad paid thanks to the


participants of the ceremony. He also appreciated the interest of
the trainees. He assured his full support in arranging such like
Closing Ceremony in pictures
trainings in future for the benefit of poor farming Community.

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Annex-1 list of the participants

S.# Registration Name Address Contact


Number
1. 421-LTC/2010 Inayat Ullah Village Basti Molian Kotanga, P/O 03467874063
Chodhowan,Tehsil Darban DI Khan
2. 422-LTC/2010 Kalo Khan Village Garahmat, Tehsil Darban Kalan 0344-7116318
Distt: DI Khan
3. 423-LTC/2010 Khalid Usman Village Shaheedan Chontara P/O Bati 03429816425
Khwa Distt: Karak
4. 424-LTC/2010 Khan Afzal Muhalla Muzaffar dad, village & P/O Kag, 03348601926
Tehsil & Distt: Haripur
5. 425-LTC/2010 Mahmood Ul Hassan Mahalla Ban MairaVillage & P/O Alowi 03335081703
Distt: Haripur
6. 426-LTC/2010 Muhammad Akram Village Garang Siraj Kheil Tehsil & P/O 030246674459
Khan Takht Nasrati Distt: Karak
7. 427-LTC/2010 Muhammad Ayaz Village Jandi Tehsil & Distt D I Khan 03457934302
8. 428-LTC/2010 Muhammad Saeed Ghorhki Tehsil & District Haripur 03448548284
9. 429-LTC/2010 Muhammad Shakil Village Bhat Tahsil & District Haripur 03449433958
10. 430-LTC/2010 Muhammad Waris Village Khokar Sharqi Tehsil Daraban DI 03464716474
Khan
11. 431-LTC/2010 Nizakat Ullah Village Adda Khiara Tehsil Daraban DI 03439834955
Khan
12. 432-LTC/2010 Saghir Ahmad Village Nilor Bala P/O Gorhki District 03459633038
Haripur

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Annex -2 Trainees Evaluation Result

S.# Name Marks Obtained Position


1. Kalo Khan 82% 3rd
2. Muhammad Ayaz 68%
3. Nazakat Ullah 76%
4. Muhammad Saeed 80%
5. Muhamood Ul Hassan 88% 1st
6. Muhammad Shakil 72%
7. Muhamad Akram Khan 72%
8. Inayat Ullah 84% 2nd
9. Muhammad Waris 82% 3rd
10. Khalid Usman 82% 3rd
11. Saghir Ahmad 76%
12. Khan Afzal

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Annex -3 Course Evaluation


Theory Section: Not Agree Agree
1 Topics relevancy to training subject 0 100%
2 Material relevancy to the topics 0 100%
3 Was the delivered information sufficient? 0 100%
4 Was information cleared your concept? 0 100%
5 Was the lessons interesting? 3.7% 96.3%
6 Was the lessons need based? 1.4% 98.6%
Practical/ Demonstration
1 Satisfaction from the practical/ 0% 100%
Demonstration sessions?
2 Was the training practically oriented? 0 100%
3 Practical/ Demonstration improved your 0% 100%
skill?
4 Was the material sufficient for 11.1% 88.9%
practical/demonstration?
Instructors Evaluation:
1 How was the presentation skill of the 2.4% 97.6%
instructors?
2 How was the communication skill of the 0% 100%
instructors?
3 Were the instructors’ active listener? 0% 100%
4 Are you satisfied from their lecture 0% 100%
participation?
5 Are they managing lecture time span? 0 100%

6 How was their practical/ demonstration 0 100%


skill?
7 Have they sufficient knowledge about 3.7% 96.3%
the training subject?

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Annex-4 Medicine & equipment list ** 5.2 Saline Electury 250 gm 20 packets
5.3 Syp:Blotic 100ml 10 Bottles
S.# Item Packing Quantity 5.4 DCP 1 Kg 20 packets
1 Antibiotic 5.5 Cow Mix 1kg 3 Packs
1.1 inj:Rasomycin 50 ml 12 vials 5.6 Placenta Remover Powder 100gm 10 Packs
1.2 inj:Amoxy vet 50ml 2 vials 5.7 Tinc: Iodine 50 ml 10 Bottles
1.3 inj: Penivet 5grm 12 in pack 1 Packs 5.8 Hydrogen Peroxide 50 ml 10 Bottles
1.4 Inj: Procaine Pencillin 40 Lak 12 in pack 2 Packs 5.9 KMnO4 20 grm 10 packs
1.5 Inj: Gentalin 100ml 3 Vials 5.1 Inj. Dosacaine 50 ml 2 vails
1.6 Inj: Nrofloxacin 100ml 2 vials 5.11 Magsulf 250 grm 20 packs
1.7 Inj:Sulphadimidine 100ml 5 vials 6 Accessories
1.8 Neolinc-p mastitis Intra mammary 5 tubes 6.1 Clinical Thermaeter 10 in pack 1 Pack
Tube 6.2 Syringes Disposible 10 ml 20 Numbers
1.9 Oxy Cort Spray 250ml 1 bottles 6.3 Syringes Disposible 20 ml 20 Numbers
2 Tonics 6.4 Reusable Needles 16 G 12 in pack 2 Packs
2.1 Inj: Vit B 30ml 10 vials 6.5 Reusable Needles 18 G 12 in pack 2 Packs
2.2 Inj: Ami-vicom 100ml 3 Vials 6.4 Reusable Needles 18G 1.5" 12 in pack 1 Pack
2.3 Inj: Hefagon 50 ml 2 Vials 6.5 Scalpal 22" 2 Numbers
2.4 Inf: Milfone C 300ml 5 vials 6.6 Surgical Blades 22" 1 pack 1 Pack
2.5 Inj: Phosphon 50 ml 3 vials 6.7 Needle Holder 22" 1 Number
3 Anti inflammatory Drugs 6.8 Cotton Roll 300gm 3 Rolls
3.1 Inj: Dexamethosone 30ml 10 vials 6.9 Cotton Gauze Roll 2 Rolls
3.2 Inj: Prednisolone 50 ml 2 vials 6.1 Catgut pack 2 packs
3.3 Inj:Diclostar 50 ml 10 vials 6.11 Silk Thread pack 1 Pack
3.4 Inj: Antivil 50ml 10 vials 6.12 Mosquito artry forcep Curved 1 Number
4 Anti parasitic / Anti Protozoal Drugs 6.13 Mosquito artry forcep Straight 1Number
4.1 Vernil 1 Lit 5 Bottles 6.14 Scissors Straight 1 Number
4.2 Nilzan plus 1 Lit 2 Bottles 6.15 Tissue forceps 1 Number
4.3 Systamax 450 ml 5Bottles 6.16 Baby Castrator 1Number
4.4 Tagafon Powder 1 kg 1 Pack 6.17 Medicine Bag Leather 1Number
4.5 Inj: Ivotek 50 ml 5 vials ** List contains medicine and equipments of one set. Similar 12 sets
4.5 Inj: Diaminazine 50 ml 5 vials
one set to each LEW was provided by IC-LP.
5 Supportive Medicines
5.1 Stomuch Powder 250 gm 30 packets

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Annex-4 Press Clippings

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Recommendations Comprehensive Training Need Assessment:


A detail TNA exercise needs to be conducted with LEWs
Regular Follow-up: to identify the gaps and prepare a TNA for future use.
For the sustainability of the extension work in the target
community regular follow-up of the LEWs is of utmost
importance. Due to the regular follow-up the short comings
and bottle necks in effective working of these LEWs may
be identified. These shortcomings can be addressed in
future. Alongside the emerging needs of the area and
trainees could be identified as well through regular follow-
ups and consultations.

Training in pregnancy Detection:


Long calving interval in dairy animals has reduces the
productive life of an animal. To address the issue the
active LEWs from already trained persons may be
selected for training on pregnancy detection. The training
should be practical in nature based on manual palpation in
live animals.

Lady Livestock Extension Workers:


In Pakistan in general and in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in
particular livestock keeping is the prime responsibly of
women at their houses. Our extension agents are mostly
male who cannot approach female live stock farmers due
to socio-cultural constraints. IC Pakistan specially
addresses the issue and is producing Lady Doctors,
female FVAs in collaboration with government. In the next
stage Lady Livestock Extension Workers may be trained
from the community.

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