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Vol. 8, Issue 2 (2019)

A review of veterinary public health and women empowerment in India

Author(s):
Ramkaran, Preeti and Ravi Kumar
Abstract:
Veterinary public health (VPH) is ideally suited to promote convergence between human, animal and environmental sectors. Recent zoonotic and emerging infectious disease events have given rise to increasing calls for efforts to build global VPH capacities. However, even with their greater vulnerability to such events, including their economic and livelihood impacts, the response from low and middle-income countries such as India has been suboptimal, thereby elevating global health risks. Addressing risks effectively at the human–animal interface in these countries will require a clear vision, consistent policies, strategic approach and sustained political commitment to reform and refine the current VPH capacity building efforts. Only then can the discipline serve its goal of disease prevention, poverty alleviation and support for sustainable livelihoods through improvements in human and animal health. Women should now there fundamental and social rights which they get once they born. Empowering women to participate fully in economic life across all sectors is essential to build stronger economies, achieve internationally agreed goals for development and sustainability, and improve the quality of life for women, men, families and communities. Women Empowerment itself elaborates that Social Rights, Political Rights, Economic stability, judicial strength and all other rights should be also equal to women. There should be no discrimination between men and woman. In fact animal Husbandry is becoming feminized.
Pages: 298-301  |  251 Views  4 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Ramkaran, Preeti, Ravi Kumar. A review of veterinary public health and women empowerment in India. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(2):298-301.
The Pharma Innovation Journal