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Brooke-AHTCS Staffs attend the Dewa Fair, India

October 5, 2017. Dewa, a town in India located at 42 km from Lucknow and 10 km from Barabanki is a major site of attraction for a number of pilgrims. Dewa is known as birth place of Haji Waris who spread the message of universal love for mankind. A monument has been built at the

17th General Assembly of AHTCS at Arva Resource Center

Equine Health Camp & Community Engagement in Ulleri (Kaski) & Ghorepani (Myagdi)

Sep 5, 2017. Ghorepani is a village in Myagdi district in Dhaulagiri zone. The village lies within the Annapurna Conservation Area and lies approximately at an elevation of 2874m. Most mountain trekkers spend the night before the pre-dawn trek to the top of nearby Poon Hill (3210m) to watch the sunrise. Ghorepani is around 5

35 Days VAHW Training successfully conducted

Pokhara, 21 Bisakh 2074. AHTCS successfully conducted 35 days Village Animal Health Worker (VAHW) Training at Arva Resource Center. 23 participants from various districts got the training. 3 out of 23 participants were female. Forward Nepal and Heifer International Nepal had sent 18 and 2 participants respectively whereas remaining 3 were private participants. The training

Capacity Enhancement Training to Vet technicians about Equine Diseases

Pokhara, 12 Feb. AHTCS, under WEWP(Working Equines Welfare Project) conducted a 3 day long Capacity Enhancement Training on Equine Diseases to eight vet technicians and two equine lovers at Ghandruk VDC -02, Kimche, Kaski, from 9th to 11th Februry. Participants from Myagdi, Baglung, Kaski and Gorkha district attended the sessions. WEWP Project Coordinator Dr. Nabin

Free Equine Health Check Up Camp at Ghandruk, Kaski

Pokhara, 27, Baishak, Animal health Training and Consultancy Service (AHTCS)  under the Working Equine Welfare Project (WEWP) financially supported by Brooke Action for Working Horses and Donkeys UK,  organized a free health check up camp for equines at Ghandruk, Kaski. At this camp 405 mules and 15 horses were checked up and dewormed. Free medicines