Policy and Institutional Change

Admassu, B. (2002). Harmonizing Community-based Animal health Service Delivery in the Somali National Regional State, Ethiopia. Proceedings of a workshop held in Jijiga, Ethiopia, March 26th-28th, 2002. PDF

Admassu, B. (2003). “Primary animal healthcare in Ethiopia: the experience so far.” In: Primary Animal Health Care in the 21st Century: Shaping the rules, policies and institutions. Proceedings of an international conference (K. Sones & A. Catley, eds), 15-18 October 2002, Mombasa. African Union/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources, Nairobi. PDF (English); PDF (French)

Anon (2003). Experiences and the Way Forward for Community-based Animal Service Delivery in Ethiopia. Proceedings of a workshop held at the Queen of Sheba Hotel, Addis Ababa, 6-7 March 2003. PACE Ethiopia, AU/IBAR and Save the Children USA. 50 pages. PDF

Anon (2003). Strengthening the Role, Regulation and Legislation of Community-based Animal Health Workers in Sudan. Workshop Report 16-17 August 2003, Khartoum. Federal Ministry of Animal Resources and Fisheries, The Co-ordinating Council for the Southern States and African Union/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources. 53 pages. PDF

AU/IBAR (2002). Policy and guidelines on community-based animal health workers. African Union/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources. 53 pages. English version PDF (English); PDF (French)

AU/IBAR (2004). Private veterinary practice in pastoralist areas of eastern African. Report of an international workshop held in Nakuru, Kenya, 6-8 August 2003. African Union/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources, Nairobi. PDF

Catley, A. (2002). Community-based Animal Healthcare and Pastoral Livelihoods. Paper presented at the Ethiopian Veterinary Association 16th Annual Conference Animal Health and Poverty Reduction Strategies, 5-6 June, 2002, Addis Ababa. PDF

Catley, A. (2002). Towards poverty-focused policies, legislation and institutions for animal health service delivery in Africa. Paper presented at the Sixth OAU/IBAR Ministers of Animal Resources Meeting, 19-22 March, 2002, Addis Ababa. Organization of African Unity/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources, Nairobi. English version PDF ; French version PDF

Catley, A. (2004). Participatory approaches in animal healthcare: from practical applications to to global-level policy reform. PLA Notes 50, 140-149. PDF

Catley, A. and Leyland, T. (2001). Community participation and the delivery of veterinary services in Africa. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 49, 95-113. PDF

Catley, A. and Leyland T. (2002). Overview: Community-based animal health workers, policies and institutions. PLA Notes 45, 4-6. PDF

Catley, A., Blakeway, S. et Leyland, T. (eds) (2004). Les services communautaires de santé animale: un guide pratique pour l-amélioration des services vétérinarinaire de base. Karthala, Paris. Order from publisher: http://www.karthala.com

Catley, A., Leyland, T. & Blakeway, S. (eds) (2002). Community-Based Animal Healthcare: A Practical Guide to Improving Primary Veterinary Services. ITDG Publishing, London. Order from publisher: http://www.developmentbookshop.com

Catley, A., Leyland, T., Mariner, J.C., Akabwai, D.M.O., Admassu, B., Asfaw, W., Bekele, G. and H. Sh. Hassan (2004). Para-veterinary professionals and the development of quality, self-sustaining community-based services. Office international des epizooties revue scientifique et technique 23/1, 225-252. PDF

Catley, A., Lynen, L. and Nalitolela, S. (2002). Linking research and community-based animal healthcare in east Africa. PLA Notes 45, 42-48. PDF

Chege, W. (2004). Business planning and entrepreneurship skills for veterinarians and para-professionals. Hudur, southern Somalia. AU/IBAR Nairobi, 42 pages. PDF

Coly, R., Youm, B.G. & Ly, C. (2003). CAHWs in Senegal: Problems and prospects for action. In Primary Animal Health Care in the 21st Century: Shaping the rules, policies and institutions. Proceedings of an international conference (K. Sones & A. Catley, eds), 15-18 October 2002, Mombasa. African Union/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources, Nairobi. PDF (English); PDF (French)

Department of Veterinary Medicine (2001). Animal Health Service Delivery in Pastoralist Areas. A workshop held in Eneku Training Village, Soroti, Uganda, 4-6 September 2001. Department of Veterinary Medicine, Makerere University. 77 pages. PDF

Eregae, M.E. (2003). Participatory market research in business planning for private pastoral veterinary practice in Turkana District, Kenya. MVEE thesis, University of Nairobi. 89 pages. PDF

Grace, D. and Leyland, T. (2002). Strengthening Veterinary Services in Africa with reference to success stories in under-served areas. Paper presented at the Sixth OAU/IBAR Ministers of Animal Resources Meeting, 19-22 March, 2002, Addis Ababa. Organization of African Unity/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources, Nairobi. English version PDF; French version PDF

Kaberia, B.K. (2003).” Effectiveness and financial sustainability of privatised animal health delivery system. ” In: Primary Animal Health Care in the 21st Century: Shaping the rules, policies and institutions. Proceedings of an international conference (K. Sones & A. Catley, eds), 15-18 October 2002, Mombasa. African Union/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources, Nairobi. PDF (English); PDF (French)

Kenya Veterinary Board (2002). Minimum Standards and Guidelines for Training Community-based Animal Health Workers in Kenya. Kenya Veterinary Board and Department of Veterinary Services, Nairobi. PDF

Leksmono, C. and Young, J. (2002). Community-based animal health workers and institutional change: the DELIVERI Project in Indonesia. PLA Notes 45, 13-16. PDF

Leksmono, C. & Young, J. (2003). “Indonesian experience in introducing a pro-poor focus in the livestock sector. ” In: Primary Animal Health Care in the 21st Century: Shaping the rules, policies and institutions. Proceedings of an international conference (K. Sones & A. Catley, eds), 15-18 October 2002, Mombasa. African Union/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources, Nairobi. PDF (English); PDF (French)

Leonard, D.K., Ly, C. and Woods, P.S.A. (2003). “Community-based animal health workers and the veterinary profession in the context of African privatization.” In: Primary Animal Health Care in the 21st Century: Shaping the rules, policies and institutions. Proceedings of an international conference (K. Sones & A. Catley, eds), 15-18 October 2002, Mombasa. African Union/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources, Nairobi. PDF (English); PDF (French)

Leyland, T., & Catley, A. (2002). Community-based animal health delivery systems: improving the quality of veterinary service delivery. Paper prepared for the Office International Epizooties Seminar Organisation of Veterinary Services and Food Safety. World Veterinary Congress, Tunis.pp. 129-144. PDF

Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (2004). National Minimum Standards and Guideline for Design and Establishment of Community-Based Animal Health Workers System. Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa. PDF

Okwiri F. O., Kajume J. K., and Odondi, R. K. (2001). An Assessment of the Economic Viability of Private Animal Health Service Delivery in Pastoral Areas in Kenya. African Union/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources, Nairobi. PDF

Ririmpoi, B. (2002). Integration of community animal health into private practice: the case of West Pokot District. In Proceedings of the 10th Decentralised Animal Health Workshop, Lake Bogoria Hotel, Kenya, 8-11 September 2002. Community-based Livestock Initiatives Programme (CLIP), Nairobi, 29-31. Contact berhanu.admassu@au-ibar.org for a hard copy of this paper.

Riviere-Cinnamond, A. and Eregae, M. (2003). Community-based Animal Health Workers in Pastoralist Areas of Kenya: A study on selection processes, impact and sustainability. African Union/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources, Nairobi, Community Livestock Initiatives Programme, Nairobi, Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London. PDF

Rutabanzibwa, A.P. (2003). Veterinary legal reform in Tanzania. In: Primary Animal Health Care in the 21st Century: Shaping the rules, policies and institutions. Proceedings of an international conference (K. Sones & A. Catley, eds), 15-18 October 2002, Mombasa. African Union/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources, Nairobi. English version PDF; French version PDF

SACB (2004). Code of Conduct for Community-based Animal Health Workers. Somali Aid Co-ordinating Body, Nairobi. PDF

Sibanda, L.M. (2003). Primary Animal Health Care in the 21st Century: Advocating For The Missing Link In Our Change Strategy. In: Primary Animal Health Care in the 21st Century: Shaping the rules, policies and institutions. Proceedings of an international conference (K. Sones & A. Catley, eds), 15-18 October 2002, Mombasa. African Union/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources, Nairobi. English version PDF; French version PDF

Silkin, T. and Kasirye, F. (2002). Veterinary Services in the Horn of Africa: Where Are We Now? A review of animal health policies and institutions focussing in pastoral areas. African Union/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources, Nairobi. PDF

Sones, K. and Catley, A. (eds). (2003). Primary Animal Healthcare in the 21st Century: Shaping the Rules, Policies and Institutions. Proceedings on an international conference, 15-18 October 2002, Mombasa, Kenya. African Union/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources, Nairobi. English version PDF; French version PDF

Stewart, S.E. (2002). Community-based animal health training and creative change in Bolivia. PLA Notes 45, 49-53. PDF

Stoufer, K., Ojha, N.D. and Parajuli, A. (2002). Village animal health workers in Nepal: the pros and cons of developing a National Skills Test. PLA Notes 45, 34-36. PDF

The IDL Group and Constance McCorkle (2002). Community-based animal healthcare, participation and policy: where are we now? PLA Notes 45, 8-12. PDF

VetAid and CAPE (2004). Minimum guidelines for implementation of CAH projects in Somaliland. AU/IBAR, Nairobi. 13 pages. PDF

Woodford, J. (2001). Animal Health Service Delivery in Eritrea. Mission Report. African Union/Interafrican Bureau for Animal Resources, Nairobi. 57 pages. PDF