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AHTCS Quarterly Newsletter-3


Visit and Interaction program

Visit to Arva resource Center by executive members and interaction programme with Village Animal Health Worker ( VAHW ) trainees.

Glimpse of Animal Health Camp at Arva Resource Center

Glimpse of Annual General Meeting, 31st August, 2019

Congratulations to newly elected AHTCS’ Executive Committee working for term of 3 years (2019 – 2021). Chairperson           :    Mr. Shiva Kumar Pradhan Vice-Chairperson  :    Dr. Shiba Hari Ghimire Member Secretary:    Mr. Lila Bahadur Gurung Treasurer               :    Mr. Magan Lal Gurung Members:


AHTCS Quarterly Newsletter -4

AHTCS News Letter

Tree Plantation in Arva Resource Center

        June 30: On the occasion of Ashar 15 plantation programme was done on the vicinity of  Arva resource center, Pokhara by all the AHTCS staffs. There was wide variety of various fruits like Litchi, Mango, Avacado ,Chestnut, citrus like Lemon , grass like Raikhanyo, Taki and  herbs like Tejpatta ( Indian bay leaves)

Saddle Making Training in Ilam

23 June 2018. Two days Saddle making training was successfully completed in Phikkal Ilam from 22 to 23 June 2018. Equine Owners from different parts of Ilam district and Dang were participated enthusiastically. It is expected that this training will uplift the welfare status (Freedom from Discomfort & Freedom from Pain, Injury & Disease) of

Monitoring of working equines in the brick kiln by local public representative and government authorities in Banke

24 May, 2018. A joint monitoring visit carried out by local public representatives, government officials and AHTCS in the brick kilns to observe the physical condition of working equines, working environment and facilities provided to the animals. This visit was carried on May 2018 in Baba and Baba, Taj , PBC and two star brick

Free General Health Check Program (GHCP) organized at Latinath, Darchula

11 March 2018. Darchula, a district in Mahakali zone of Far western Nepal is among the remote district of Nepal. Darchula has low excess to roadways and other means of transportation. Working equines and Caprines stand as sole mode of transportation of goods in high hills of the district. Latinath VDC, now under Marma Gaunpalika