M. Phil Research Proposal Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.PhilCandidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
Teasdale Corti Project on    Veterinary Public Health                             Personal Information: Name:           ...
Teasdale Corti Project on Veterinary Public Health                                 M. Phil Candidate:                  M....
Teasdale Corti Project on Veterinary Public Health                              Research Title:EVALUATION OF VETERINARYPU...
Background                               Veterinary Services is a Public Good of National as  well as Global Importance...
Public Health and         Veterinary Services                              Public Health is defined by the World Health ...
Public Health & Veterinary Services1.                               nutritional status and     Ensuring food security, im...
Public Health & Veterinary Services2.                             against dangers, threats and     Protection of People f...
Public Health & Veterinary Services                               The Sum of the above two contribution made by the  Vet...
Public Health & Veterinary Services                               So,- Veterinary Science = an Arm of Preventive  human ...
Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka                                Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka is highly  fragmented a...
Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka                                            At National Level:   -   Department of Anima...
Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka                                  At Provincial Level:  - Provincial Councils have been ...
Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka (Current                                      Situation)                                 ...
Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka                                        (Legislations)                                    ...
Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka                                There are a number of Veterinary Legislations in Sri...
Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka                                    Principal Legislations:   1.   Agrarian Developm...
Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka                              7.  Dangerous Animals Ordinance No: 38 of 19218.  Dried...
Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka                                12.   Food Control Act No:13.   Forest Conservation O...
Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka                             23. Pradeshiya Sabha Act No: 15 of 198724. Prevention of...
Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka                               Subordinate Veterinary Legislations: Statutes of the ...
Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka                               Subordinate Legislations: Bye – Laws made or adopted ...
Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka                                         Subordinate Legislations: Regulations made...
Emerging Social Challenges of Veterinary                                       Services                                   ...
Emerging Social Challenges of Veterinary                                      Services                                  ...
Emerging Social Challenges of Veterinary                                   Services                               HIV/ A...
Future Role of Veterinary Services                                   So, the Core role and responsibility of a State Vet...
Purpose and Objectives            The Purpose of the research is to find the correct  answer to the question    IS SRI L...
Purpose and Objectives           Objectives of the research: 1.   To evaluate the organization, management, and function...
Purpose and Objectives            Objective of the Research (Contd.)3. To make suggestions for the improvement of   inst...
Methodology                   Institutional Assessment of Veterinary Services in Sri  Lanka:- This Assessment will be ca...
Institutional Assessment:                                        The Organizational Structure of Veterinary Services of ...
Institutional Assessment:                                    The Organizational Structure of Veterinary Services of  dif...
Institutional Assessment:                                           Resources:- Human Resources including       Staffin...
Institutional Assessment:                                Legal and Regulatory Matters including –  - The legal and regul...
Institutional Assessment:                                Management Capability of the Organization:  - The existence of ...
Institutional Assessment:                                    Technical and Operational Processes:   -   Measures to main...
Institutional Assessment:                                Technical and Operational Processes (Contd.)  - Measures to con...
Methodology                  Analysis of existing Veterinary Legislations in Sri  Lanka:   - This Analysis will be based...
Methodology                  Attitudinal Survey amongst the Stakeholders island-  wide:- Internal Stakeholders:   Emplo...
Outcome of the            Research:                A Draft Legislation for Veterinary Services in Sri  Lanka for conside...
Progress on the research up-to now.                                    Literature Review:   -   40 Literatures have been...
Progress on the research upto now.                                Documents Developed:  -   A Book titled “ Legal Powers...
Progress on the research upto now.                                       Assessments Done:-   An Assessment report title...
Works to be done                                   Attitudinal Survey amongst the Stakeholders:     -   Internal Stakeho...
Work to be done (Contd.)                               Completion of Course Works for the degree  prescribed by the Boar...
Additional Information:           The First ever Global Conference on Veterinary  Legislation organized by the World Org...
Thank you Very    Much     Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil    Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
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  1. 1. M. Phil Research Proposal Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.PhilCandidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  2. 2. Teasdale Corti Project on Veterinary Public Health Personal Information: Name: Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker Designation: Government Veterinary Surgeon Service Station: Sainthamaruthu Eastern Province ( 8 Hours Journey from Working Station to Peradeniya) Service Period: 14 Years Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  3. 3. Teasdale Corti Project on Veterinary Public Health M. Phil Candidate: M.A.M. Zulficar AboobuckerNominated by: Department of Animal Production and HealthInstitution: Post Graduate Institute of AgricultureBoard of Study: Agricultural ExtensionCourse: Organizational Management Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  4. 4. Teasdale Corti Project on Veterinary Public Health Research Title:EVALUATION OF VETERINARYPUBLIC HEALTH SYSTEM IN SRILANKA Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  5. 5. Background  Veterinary Services is a Public Good of National as well as Global Importance Veterinary Services apply the knowledge, skills and resources of Veterinary Science. Veterinary Surgeons in Sri Lanka are the legally authorized Professional Human Resources that apply the knowledge, skills and other material resources of Veterinary Science Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  6. 6. Public Health and Veterinary Services  Public Health is defined by the World Health Organization as the Physical, Mental, Social and Spiritual Well-being of the People not merely the absence of diseases. Veterinary Services contributes to the Physical, Mental, Social and Spiritual Well being of the People (Public Health) in two Principal ways. Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  7. 7. Public Health & Veterinary Services1.  nutritional status and Ensuring food security, improving socio-economic status and reducing poverty through zoo- technical Production that involves –  The Preservation of Livestock and other related resources – control irrational slaughter etc.  Protection of Livestock from or against Diseases and Pests, theft or stealing, malnutrition or Starvation etc.  Improvement of Production and Productivity of Livestock and other related resources. (Genetic Improvement, Productivity Improvement through Improved management and feeding Practices etc.)  Improvement of Market access Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  8. 8. Public Health & Veterinary Services2.  against dangers, threats and Protection of People from or nuisances by, from or through Animals, Animal Products & Food of animal origin and Animal and Farm wastes that involves - Hygiene of Foodstuff of Animal Origin (Food Safety and Food Suitability) from stable to table or farm to fork - control of zoonotic diseases of Animals - Control of Stray Animals (to prevent accidents, physical disabilities, deaths etc.) Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  9. 9. Public Health & Veterinary Services  The Sum of the above two contribution made by the Veterinary Services has been defined as Veterinary Public Health (VPH = 1 + 2 above) (Veterinary Public Health is defined by the WHO/FAO/OIE as the sum of the Contributions to the Physical, mental and social well-being of the Public by the understanding and applying the Veterinary Science) Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  10. 10. Public Health & Veterinary Services  So,- Veterinary Science = an Arm of Preventive human Medicine (a Public Health Arm of Human Medicine)- Veterinary Services = a Guarantor of Public Health- Veterinary Surgeon = a Public Health Professional Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  11. 11. Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka  Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka is highly fragmented and have not been well organized. Several Institutions engaged in Veterinary Services at different level for different purposes: - at National Level - at Provincial Level - at Local / Administrative Divisional Level Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  12. 12. Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka  At National Level: - Department of Animal Production and Health (Zoo-technical Production, Control of Animal Feed) - Department of Health Services:  Environmental Health Division (Food Safety)  Medical Supplies and Technology Division (Control of Drugs)  Public Health Veterinary Services Division (Rabies Control Works) - Department of Wildlife Conservation (Wild Animal Health) - Department of National Zoological Gardens (Wild and Exotic Animals Health and Management) - Department of Fisheries & Aquatic Resources (Aquatic Animal Health) Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  13. 13. Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka  At Provincial Level: - Provincial Councils have been devolved with the Veterinary Services Functions by the Constitution - 9 Provincial Councils have been established - Provincial Level Veterinary Services has not been well organized yet. Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  14. 14. Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka (Current Situation)  At Local / Divisional Level: - At Local Level, Local Government Institutions have been entrusted with a Lots of Veterinary Services Responsibilities - Different form of Local Government Institutions in Sri Lanka:  Municipal Councils ( for Metropolitan or Highly Urbanized areas)  Urban Councils ( for Town areas)  Pradeshiya Sabhas (for Rural Areas) - Veterinary Services of the Local Government Institutions too have not been organized well Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  15. 15. Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka (Legislations)  There are different types of Legislations in Sri Lanka: - The Constitution of Sri Lanka - Principal Legislations  Enacted exclusively by Parliament - Subsidiary / Subordinate Legislations:  These are delegated legislations subordinate to Principal Legislations  Different forms of Subordinate Legislations:  Statutes ( by the Provincial Councils)  Bye-Laws (by the Local Government Institutions)  Regulations (by the Ministers or other Persons authorized by the Principal Legislations) Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  16. 16. Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka  There are a number of Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka Most of these Veterinary Legislations are very old and some of them are more than 100 years old Some of these Legislations are as follows: Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  17. 17. Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka  Principal Legislations: 1. Agrarian Development Act No: 46 of 2000 2. Animals Act No: 29 of 1958 as amended by Acts No: 20 of 1964, 10 of 1968, 46 of 1988 and 10 of 2009 3. Animal Diseases Act No: 59 of 1992 4. Animal Feed Act No: 15 of 1986 5. Butchers Ordinance No: 9 of 1893 as amended by Acts No: 44 of 1947, 2 of 1951, 48 of 1953, 31 of 1976, 60 of 1981 and 13 of 2008 6. Cosmetics, Devices and Drugs Act No: 27 of 1980 as amended by Acts No: 38 of 1984, 25 of 1987, 12 of 1993 and 12 of 2005 Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  18. 18. Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka 7. Dangerous Animals Ordinance No: 38 of 19218. Dried Meat Ordinance9. Fauna and Flora Protection Ordinance No: 2 of 1937 as amended by Acts No: 31 of 1942, 12 of 1944, 12 of 1945, 38 of 1949, 44 of 1964, 1 of 1970, 49 of 1993 and 22 of 200910. Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Act11. Food Act No: 26 of 1980 Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  19. 19. Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka 12. Food Control Act No:13. Forest Conservation Ordinance14. Kraals Ordinance15. Milk Board Act16. Municipal Councils Ordinance No: 61 of 193917. Municipal Dairies and Laundries Ordinance18. National Environment Act No: 47 of 198019. National Zoological Gardens Act No: 41 of 198220. Nuisances Ordinance21. Penal Code of Sri Lanka No: 2 of 188322. Police Ordinance23. Poisons, Opium and Dangerous Drugs Ordinance Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  20. 20. Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka 23. Pradeshiya Sabha Act No: 15 of 198724. Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act25. Rabies Ordinance26. Registration of Dogs Ordinance27. Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Incorporation) Act28. Suburban Dairies and Laundries Ordinance29. Urban Councils Ordinance30. Veterinary Surgeons and Practitioners Act No: 46 of 1956 Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  21. 21. Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka Subordinate Veterinary Legislations: Statutes of the Provincial Councils: No Statutes with regard to the Veterinary Services,enacted by any of the 9 Provincial Councils could befound. Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  22. 22. Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka Subordinate Legislations: Bye – Laws made or adopted by Local Authorities: (Some Examples) - Standard bye-Laws for Municipal Councils published in the Gazette Extraordinary No: - Standard Bye-Laws for Pradeshiya Sabhas published in the Gazette Extraordinary No: 520/7 of 1988.08.23 - Bye-Laws of Kinniya Urban Council published in the Gazette Extraordinary No: Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  23. 23. Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka  Subordinate Legislations: Regulations made under Principal Laws & Statutes: - Regulations made under the Animals Act and Published in the Gazette Extraordinary No: 13,268 of 1968.08.20 as amended by Regulations Published in the Gazette Extraordinary No: - Regulations made under the Animal Diseases Act. - Regulations made under the Animal Feed Act No: 15 of 1976 - Regulations made under the Cosmetics, Devices and Drugs Act No: 27 of 1980 and Published in the Gazette Extraordinary No: - Regulations made under the Fauna and Flora Protection Ordinance - Regulations made under the Fisheries & aquatic resources Act - Regulations made under the Food Act - Regulations made under the Forests Ordinance - Regulations made under the National Environment Act Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  24. 24. Emerging Social Challenges of Veterinary Services  Policy Change - Mahinda Chinthana Policy Framework for the Establishment of Healthy Nation - Cabinet Decision in 2007 for the Establishment of Public Health Veterinary Services Units at Local authority level Power and Politics Globalization in Trade and Travel: Highly urbanization, change in life style, Shrinkage of Farm Lands and increased demand for food of animal origin; Urban Re-ruralization Climatic Changes and Global Warming Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  25. 25. Emerging Social Challenges of Veterinary Services  Environmental Concern: - Animal Wastes and Animal related Industrial Waste and Environmental Pollution - Biological and Chemical Pollution of Environment - Changes in Ecosystem Changing relationship between Human and Animals - Compassion and Love towards Animals (Animal Welfare Concerns) - Human – Wild Animal Conflicts (Human Elephant conflict, Monkeys nuisance, Wild Pigs) - Animal Trespasses into Agricultural Lands Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  26. 26. Emerging Social Challenges of Veterinary Services  HIV/ AIDS (Immunosuppressive Diseases) Disasters (Both Natural and Man-made Disasters) Bio-invasion / Emerging and Re-emerging Infectious diseases Bio-terrorism: - Food Terrorism - Biological Weapons Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  27. 27. Future Role of Veterinary Services  So, the Core role and responsibility of a State Veterinary Services capable of managing the Challenges may be classified as follows:- Food Security and Economic Development- Veterinary Bio-Security/ Bio-Defense- Food Safety and Suitability- Public Safety (Control of Stray Animals etc., Nuisance)- Animal Safety (Animal Protection or Animal Welfare)- Environmental Safety Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  28. 28. Purpose and Objectives  The Purpose of the research is to find the correct answer to the question IS SRI LANKA READY TO FACE THE EMERGING CHALLENGES OF A STATE VETERINARY SERVICES ? Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  29. 29. Purpose and Objectives  Objectives of the research: 1. To evaluate the organization, management, and functionality of the State Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka in relation to the emerging challenges of a State Veterinary Services; 2. To conduct an in-depth analysis of existing legislations in Sri Lanka relating to Veterinary Services and in particular to discuss the weak linkages, hiatuses, gaps and any other areas of aspects where improvement and strengthening of such legislations are deemed necessary inclusive of improvements to the implementation and enforcement machinery; and Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  30. 30. Purpose and Objectives  Objective of the Research (Contd.)3. To make suggestions for the improvement of institutional framework. Organizational set up and administrative facilities desirable or deemed necessary for the most efficient delivery of State Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka and the implementation and enforcement of the existing legislations as well as new legislations contemplated. Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  31. 31. Methodology  Institutional Assessment of Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka:- This Assessment will be carried out based on the OIE Guidelines of Evaluation of Veterinary services (OIE-PVS TOOLS 2010) and tools recommended by Correa Melo (2003) on the following aspects:  The Organizational Structure of Veterinary Services of different institutions in Sri Lanka  The Resources:  The Legal and Regulatory Matters  Management Capability  The Technical and Operational processes Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  32. 32. Institutional Assessment:  The Organizational Structure of Veterinary Services of different institutions in Sri Lanka including - the design and approach of the Organization (its vision, mission, objectives and Veterinary Services Approach etc.,) - The Values of the Organization (equity, integrity, efficacy, efficiency, transparency, the quality of Veterinary Service, participation of all Interested Parties) - The spatial (Geographical) and temporal coverage - Organizational Chart detailing the levels of Management, Staffing and functions of the Organization in relation to Veterinary Services) - Its relation with Public and Private and other national and international Organizations Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  33. 33. Institutional Assessment:  The Organizational Structure of Veterinary Services of different institutions in Sri Lanka (Contd.) - Coordination with the Private Sector and internal and external participation e.g. Accreditation of Private Veterinary Practitioners - Subsystem for Planning, Budgeting, control, and internal and external auditing - Identification and description of the overall Characteristics of Macro-process, and technical process within the Organization - Establishment of Manuals detailing the functions of the Veterinary Services of the Organizations Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  34. 34. Institutional Assessment:  Resources:- Human Resources including  Staffing according to the levels and units in the Organization  Levels of Training and Instruction  Training and Instruction Policies and Programmes  Mechanism for recruitment, selection, hiring etc.- Material Resources:  Infrastructure, Vehicles, Laboratory Equipment, Field Equipment, Communication, Computing & Information Technology, Education & Publicity Materials, Other Material resources- Financial Resources including  The Budget, its adequacy, timing of the resources provided, the extent to which the resources are used.  The Ability to charge tariffs or fee for the services provided, the volume of financial resources generated Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  35. 35. Institutional Assessment:  Legal and Regulatory Matters including – - The legal and regulatory provisions which confer authority on the organization and define its tasks; - Analysis of and opinion on the application and adequacy of such legal and regulatory provisions for conducting the process of the organization; - The authority and capability of the organization to develop and apply norms in relation to Veterinary Services Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  36. 36. Institutional Assessment:  Management Capability of the Organization: - The existence of a Management System with concrete goals and indicators, measurement system and accountability. - Complaint and Appeal System - The extent to which the Veterinary Services interacts with the Community, other national and Local Veterinary Services and international bodies - Analysis of and opinion on the existing operational Capacity of the Organization Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  37. 37. Institutional Assessment:  Technical and Operational Processes: - Measures to maintain Animal Health including the disease surveillance, Quarantine System, Laboratories for diagnosis - Measures to Improve Animal Health encompassing the design and application of Specific Projects to control and eradicate animal diseases and the basic Characteristics, structure, coverage, operational Capacity and legal and regulatory basis of such programmes; - Measures to Protect Food and Animal Husbandry encompassing programmes to ensure the safety and security of Food of Animal origin intended for human consumption. Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  38. 38. Institutional Assessment:  Technical and Operational Processes (Contd.) - Measures to control and register consumables for animal use including the programmes to control and register biologicals, pharmaceutical products, and feedstuff for Animal use. - Support Measures that are crucial for the Veterinary Services including education and publicity, communication, information technology etc. Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  39. 39. Methodology  Analysis of existing Veterinary Legislations in Sri Lanka: - This Analysis will be based on the criteria laid down in OIE Guidelines on Veterinary Legislation. Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  40. 40. Methodology  Attitudinal Survey amongst the Stakeholders island- wide:- Internal Stakeholders:  Employees of the Various State Organizations- External Stakeholders:  Political Leaders, Community Leaders  Private Veterinary Surgeons and Technicians  Traders and Industrialists  Farmers Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  41. 41. Outcome of the Research:  A Draft Legislation for Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka for consideration by the Competent Authorities for adoption and implementation A Proposed Organizational Structure for Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka. Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  42. 42. Progress on the research up-to now.  Literature Review: - 40 Literatures have been reviewed - 35 Legislations in Sri Lanka relating to Veterinary Services have been analyzed - 92 Legislations of various other countries such as USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Tasmania, South Africa, Tongu, Jamaica, UK., India, Malaysia, Philippines etc. relating to Veterinary Services have been Studied. Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  43. 43. Progress on the research upto now.  Documents Developed: - A Book titled “ Legal Powers and Authorities of Government Veterinary Surgeon in Sri Lanka” has been developed. - A Manual titled “Manual on Veterinary Jurisprudence and Forensic Veterinary Medicine for Government Veterinary Surgeons in Sri Lanka” has been developed. Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  44. 44. Progress on the research upto now.  Assessments Done:- An Assessment report titled “ Veterinary roles and Powers of the Provincial Councils under the Constitution of Sri Lanka” has been prepared- An Assessment Report titled “Veterinary roles and responsibilities of a Municipal Council under the Existing Legislations in Sri Lanka” has been prepared. An Assessment Report titled “Veterinary roles and responsibilities of a Urban Council under the Existing Legislations in Sri Lanka” has been prepared. An Assessment Report titled “Veterinary roles and responsibilities of a Pradeshiya Sabhas under the Existing Legislations in Sri Lanka” has been prepared. Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  45. 45. Works to be done  Attitudinal Survey amongst the Stakeholders: - Internal Stakeholders (Workers on the Veterinary Services on their Job Satisfaction/dissatisfaction/ No Satisfaction) - External Stakeholders ( Politicians, Business Community, Farmers, Consumers, Animal Lovers) on their attitude towards the Veterinary Services in Sri Lanka Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  46. 46. Work to be done (Contd.)  Completion of Course Works for the degree prescribed by the Board of study in Agricultural Extension of the Post Graduate Institute of Agriculture, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  47. 47. Additional Information:  The First ever Global Conference on Veterinary Legislation organized by the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) is to be held on the December, 2010 in Tunisia (Africa) Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)
  48. 48. Thank you Very Much Dr. Zulficar Aboobucker, M.Phil Candidate (Teasdale Corti Project)

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