The faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Sohag University continues its veterinary conveys to the village and centers of the governorate. Dr/ Mustafa Abd El- Khalek, the president of the university stated that the convey includes 700 animals from cows, buffaloes, sheep, goats and camels, in addition to examining 60 birds, and Dr/ Abd El- Khalek confirmed that many medical conveys have been organized to serve the village and providing all free services. Dr/ Bahaa El-Din Ali, dean of the college explained that he reviewed the veterinary research, where all veterinary services and consultations were provided to breeders, pointing out that samples of diseased cases could also be taken for analysis by college. Dr/ Muhammad Hosni Al-Rashidi, Vice Dean for Education and Student Affairs, said that a number of faculty members of the faculty and specialists in internal diseases, stomach, surgery, reproductive diseases, poultry diseases and other specialties participated in the convoy, Dr/Ahmed Emam, Dr/ Mohamed Salama, Dr/ Wafaa Saber, Dr/ Ahmed Anwar and Dr/ Ahmed El-Sayed. Osama Al-Badri, the media official in the veterinary convoys, said that these convoys played an important role in the practical training of the students, as they were trained on methods of examination, how deal with sick cases and ways of communicating with their owners.
Veterinary convoy in the village of Awlad Maman, Sohag Center
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