About 80% of poor families in Africa depend on livestock as a key source of livelihood yet 30% of livestock die each year because of diseases outbreaks which claims about $4billion in agriculture income losses each year, mostly from poor farmers who can scarcely afford to lose even a single dollar. Disease outbreaks act just as fire does, creates chaos and wreck havoc on poor farmers. They are also time sensitive and can spread quickly from one farm to another wiping out millions of heads in a matter of hours and days. Providing fast, timely response and alerts to farmers at the time of outbreaks is vital to protect animals and reduce losses. Unfortunately, livestock health care is a neglected issue in Africa. Veterinarians are few and highly uncoordinated resulting in inefficient and delayed service delivery.
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