Confidently used ethnoveterinary knowledge in Samburu
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Published by Intermediate Technology Kenya in Nairobi, Kenya .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Samburu District (Kenya),
  • Kenya,
  • Samburu District.

Subjects:

  • Samburu (African people) -- Ethnozoology.,
  • Samburu (African people) -- Domestic animals.,
  • Samburu (African people) -- Medicine.,
  • Turkana (African people) -- Ethnzoology.,
  • Turkana (African people) -- Domestic animals.,
  • Turkana (African people) -- Medicine.,
  • Traditional veterinary medicine -- Kenya -- Samburu District.,
  • Samburu District (Kenya) -- Social life and customs.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesConfidently used ethnoveterinary knowledge among pastoralists of Samburu, Kenya, Ethnoveterinary knowledge in Samburu
Statementby Jacob Wanyama.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDT433.545.S26 W36 1997
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL527418M
ISBN 109966960678, 9966960686
LC Control Number98981959

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Wanyama JB: Confidently used ethnoveterinary knowledge among pastoralists of Samburu, Kenya. Book 1: Methodology and Results, Book 2: Preparation and Cited by: Abstract. Anthra, an organization of women veterinary scientists working in the field of livestock production and development, has been involved since in a research project to document and validate local ethnoveterinary and animal management practices carried out by livestock-rearing communities in different parts of the states of Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra in by:   Confidently used ethnoveterinary knowledge among pastoralists of Samburu, Kenya. Book 1: Methodology and Results, Book 2: Preparation and Administration. ITDG/Kenya, Nairobi, Kenya; [Google Scholar] Dao ZL, Long CL, Liu YT. On traditional uses of plants by the Nu people community of the Gaoligong Mountains, Yunnan Province. Biodiversity. Confidently used ethnoveterinary knowledge among pastoralists of Samburu, Kenya. Book 1: Methodology and results. Book 2: Preparation and administration. Intermediate Technology Kenya, P.O. Box , Nairobi, Kenya. Ethnoveterinary medicine - a boon for improving the productivity of livestock in rural India. D. Ravindra 2 and K. R. Rao.

  Ethnoveterinary medicine: harnessing its potential. Ethnoveterinary medicine: harnessing its potential. Mathias, E. Ethnoveterinary medicine focuses on livestock keepers’ knowledge and approaches to animal health care and production. It covers information on diseases and their control; remedies and clinical practices for treatment and prevention; management, . J. B. Wanyama, Confidently Used Ethnoveterinary Knowledge Among Pastoralists of Samburu, Kenya. Book One: Methodology and Results. Book Two: Preparation and Administration, Intermediate Technology Development Group (ITDG), Intermediate Technology Publications, Nairobi, Kenya, View at: Publisher SiteCited by: 5. Wanyama, Confidently Used Ethnoveterinary Knowledge Among Pastoralists of Samburu, Kenya. Book One: Methodology and Results. Book Two: Preparation and Administration, Intermediate Technology Development Group (ITDG), Intermediate Technology Publications, Nairobi, Kenya, View at Publisher View at Google by: 5. This is a culture-bound knowledge system found within ethnoveterinary medicine, which has evolved concurrently with human ethnomedicine [52 – 54].Understanding ethnopractices involved in ectoparasite control and management is necessary in the verification processes so that any research effort is not wasted on chemical analysis of plants that are used for culturally specific reasons [55].