Economic & health impacts of vaccinating poultry against Newcastle disease in Burkina Faso
In honour of World Veterinary Day (29 April), GALVmed would like to thank its many partners and veterinarians who ensure our programmes reach small-holder farmers in Africa and South Asia.
We share insights from two of our veterinarian partners in Burkina Faso who are working to tackle Newcastle Disease – a deadly disease that can kill up to 80-90% of a flock.
The annual global event, hosted by the World Veterinary Association, aims to highlight and promote the different facets of work performed by veterinarians and to raise awareness of their contributions to improve animal health and welfare as well as public health.
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