Directorate of L&DD (Merged Area)

Details of the internship

Directorate of L&DD (Merged Area)

Project: CREATION OF DISEASE FREE ZONE THROUGH MASS VACCINATION AND TREATMENT IN FEASIBLE DISTRICTS ON PILOT BASIS (Directorate of Livestock and Dairy Development Department)
  • Duty Stations: Peshawar, Kurram Agency,
  • Post Date: Sep 12, 2020
  • Apply Before: Sep 22, 2020
  • Applications 112
  • Archived
Project PC-1

Internship Detail

  • Offerd Salary PKR 25,000
  • Slots 5
  • Experience Fresh

Required Qualification

  • Masters Degree in Social sciences
  • Masters Degree in Urdu
  • Bachelors Degree (4 Years) in Geology
  • Bachelors Degree (4 Years) in Computer Science
  • Bachelors Degree (4 Years) in Business Administration
  • Masters Degree in Business Administration
  • Bachelors Degree (4 Years) in Electrical engineering
  • Masters Degree in Political Science
  • Bachelors Degree (4 Years) in Electrical and electronic engineering
  • Bachelors Degree (4 Years) in Mathematics

Description

1. Collection & Assessment of data regarding Livestock Population in Project Areas. 2. Record Keeping & maintenance of the activities performed by the technical staff. 3. Monitoring & Supervision of Livestock Checkposts established in the Project Areas. 4. Any other task assigned by the project directors.

Project Details

Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) and Peste des Petits Ruminats (PRR) are the major Trans-boundary Animal Diseases that are most prevalent and econmically the most important infectious diseases of Livestock in Pakistan. FMD is endemic in the country and as well in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province with occurance of outbreaks throughout the year. The disease severely affects milk production in addition to mortality in calves and loss of body condition and draught power. Simialry PPR is considered as one of the fatal disease of small ruminants (Sheeps & Goats) resulting in huge mortality rates and economical losses. It is estimated that National economic losses due to PPR is more than PKR 50.200 billion annually. Thus the disease threaten food Security and the livelihoods of smallholders and prevents animal husbandry sector from developing its economic potential.