Post Training Needs Assesement

After the Training Needs Assessment exercise that was carried out in January 2017, RPLRP under Livelihood Support has embarked on strengthening livestock disease and vector surveillance and control as well as their reporting at community, national and regional levels.
Training of the veterinary staff in the Project districts on disease recognition, surveillance and reporting is being done and these trained veterinary staff in turn are to train the CAHWs, kraal leaders, and workers in slaughter facilities/butcheries.
Ongoing arecommunity sensitization campaigns through print media, community meetings and radio programs on tick and tsetse borne diseases, tsetse and tick control demonstrations and learning workshops targeting kraal leaders to strengthen routine provision of more technical information, and strategic tsetse trap deployment as well as construction of demonstration communal cattle crushes.