30 Oct 2021
10 Day Training for Veterinarians in Artsakh
Since its establishment, the National Association of Veterinarians NGO has been pursuing the improvement of the education quality in the veterinary field through continuous trainings, ensuring the availability of professional skills and experience among the veterinarians.
The association has organized a number of trainings and seminars on dehorning, the importance of private veterinary medicine for farm animals, veterinary surgeries and minor interventions, improvement of genetics through artificial insemination, and other topics. It is nice to note the involvement of the Artsakh Republic specialists in the initiatives.
Recently, within the frames of the Sustainable Private Veterinary Service in the Republic of Artsakh project funded by the Village and Agriculture Support Fund of the Republic of Artsakh and implemented by the National Association of Veterinarians NGO, the association carried out a 10-day training for five Artsakh veterinarians. The courses consisted of both theoretical and practical stages conveying the basic knowledge about the field. The practical phase was specifically significant and included activities in the technologically equipped auditorium of the ANAU Center for Veterinary Education Excellence. The participants were also impressed by the visit to the Pig Genetic Center functioning in the Nor Gyugh community and familiarization with the latter's activities.
“We assure that similar events will be sustainable in the future; the association will continue to fulfill its mission supporting the development of veterinary work and the veterinary service quality improvement”, Arman Ohanyan, President of the Association of Veterinarians, noted.