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Archive for October 2015

October 2015: Iran takes exemplary step to ban veterinary diclofenac

Iran’s Department of Environment (DOE) is proud to announce the formal prohibition of all veterinary use of diclofenac as well as its production, export and import to Iran. Diclofenac is not among Iran’s approved veterinary drug list, but this ban, which takes immediate effect should ensure that this remains the case. It is hoped that…

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October 2015: Arulagam and The Corbett Foundation first SAVE Associates

Photo left: Representatives of Arulagam (Mr M Lenin – centre left) and The Corbett Foundation (Mr Kedar Gore – centre right) – immediately after the announcement of SAVE Associate status. The announcement was made on behalf of SAVE by Mr Chris Bowden (right) together with Dr Vibhu Prakash (left). Two Indian NGOs, Arulagam (Tamil Nadu)…

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October 2015: Incubation and husbandry training at Pinjore

A training workshop was held at the Pinjore vulture conservation breeding centre in Haryana, with participants from four Indian vulture conservation breeding centres, and also from Nepal and Bangladesh SAVE Partners. Led by raptor breeding expert Jemima Parry-Jones together with ICBP colleague Holly Cale, ICBP’s Curator and also Vibhu and Nikita Prakash the training covered…

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