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Articles by Abdul Jalil Bin Othman
Total Records ( 2 ) for Abdul Jalil Bin Othman
  Abul Quasem Al-Amin , Gazi Mahbubul Alam and Abdul Jalil Bin Othman
  The current situation of climate change related to animal health impacts, overall awareness, mapping of livestock and national policy in these regards are needed an especial scholarly attention in Bangladesh. The national policy primarily fails to deal with the impacts of climate change on animal health and its danger since it is virtually invisible than the others harming events such as natural disasters. Therefore, this study addresses some issues generated through an analysis of animal health and veterinary facilities in coping with the climate change and also answer on how a sound effective policy can develop by overcoming the issue. This study focuses the lack of inter-linkage of national policy and planning including the shortcomings of the current veterinary education system to bring together the climate change issue and impacts on animal health. The experiences of this study may utilize for climate change related animal health impacts and a way forward for potential veterinary policy in Bangladesh.
  Abul Quasem Al-Amin , Gazi Mahabubul Alam , Che Hashim Bin Hassan and Abdul Jalil Bin Othman
  This study intended to comprehend the major gaps that restrict in ensuring a functional policy and action plans in the area of livestock and its sub-sectors in Bangladesh. An analytical approach is used to figure out and to justify the prevailing disagreements by providing specific evidences for expressional barrier for animal and livestock. The objective is also to sort the possible prospect by probable rationality. In order to offer well-timed and functional policy directive, this study has addressed importance of health of animal and livestock, expressional barrier for the need of pharmacological and medical services, mapping situation and current figure of animal and livestock, outlining the effects of climate change to animal and livestock, identifying the lack of support to pharmacological and medical services and drawing the role and responsibility of education system to ensure the betterment in regards to all aspects concerned. Doing the above, this study understands the necessary provision and expanded roles and responsibilities for the sector of animal and livestock and this may eventually help to ensure a well-time policy in placed with a apposite coordination of different units.
 
 
 
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