Report on Animal Health Camp


The Standing Committee on Animal Welfare (SCAW) of the International Veterinary Students' Association (IVSA) Paklihawa, a local chapter of the IVSA Nepal, organized a "Free Animal Health Camp 2079" at Siddharthanagar- 11, Bhujauli on 17th April 2022 to raise awareness about animal welfare among local people and to treat sick and injured animals.

A Google Form was also provided by IVSA Paklihawa on the 12th of April 2022 that was to be filled out by interested students who were interested in participating in the health camp as volunteers not later than the 14th of April, 2022 (7:00 PM).

Google form link:


Health Camp was conducted under the following phases: -







2079/01/02 (2022/04/15)

Survey on Camp Site

11:00 am onwards


2079/01/03 (2022/04/16)

Free Animal Health Camo

6:00 am onwards



Survey on Campsite 


On 2079/01/02 (2022/04/15) from 11:00 am onwards Survey was done at the Siddharthanagar- 11, Bhujauli and its periphery .

The survey was conducted to find out about the type of animal, the number of animals, and the disorders they suffer from. The main goal was to know what types of diseases were prevalent in advance so that the camp would include their treatment.

Ten volunteers from IVSA Paklihawa conducted the survey. The survey included about 120 households and farms.


The survey included the following thing

  1. Name of the owner
  2. Type of Animal they own
  3. No. of animals
  4. Type of disorder that animals face
  5. Do they know about Veterinary Teaching Hospital IAAS Paklihawa



Animal Health Camp


Mr. Arpit Adhikari (SCoW Coordinator, IVSA Paklihawa) coordinated the camp.

Ms. Usha Khatri (Secretary, IVSA Paklihawa) moderated the formal program under the chairmanship of Mr. Prakash Rawal (President, IVSA Paklihawa).

The Health Camp was chaired by Mr. Dilip Kumar Yadav (Chairman, SNP-11), Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ram Bhajan Mandal (Campus Chief, IAAS Paklihawa), Dr. Dipendra Mishra (Assistant Professor, IAAS Paklihawa), Dr. Nishant Shah (Assistant Professor, IAAS Paklihawa), Dr. Suman Singh Rajput (Assistant Professor, IAAS Paklihawa), Dr. Yuvraj Panth (Secretary, NVA Lumbini Province), Mr. Aashish Adhikari (Former President, IVSA Nepal) and Ms. Shuva Shree Sharma (Former President IVSA Paklihawa).

In total, about 135 farmers from 5 different wards were registered for the camp, which ran from 6:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Around 470 livestock including Buffalo, cows, and Goat along with Poultry were treated and were provided free medical checkups along with medicines.

The Free Health Camp was supported by Veterinary Teaching Hospital, IAAS, TU, Ward no-11, Siddharthanagar Municipality, and Veterinary Hospital and Livestock Service Expert Center, Bhairahawa, Rupandehi, MDH Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd, Asian Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd., Karnataka Antibiotics and Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd., Q Med Formulation Pvt. Ltd., Nepal Pharmaceutical Lab Pvt. Ltd., Virbac Animal Health India Pvt. Ltd., Vaskar Herbaceuticals Pvt. Ltd., Kantipur Vet Distributors, Provini Animal Nutrition India Pvt. Ltd. and Fleur Himalayan Limited.

For the ease of Farmers, there were different departments namely

  1. Registration and history taking
  2. Physical examination and vital sign
  3. Prescription
  4. Medicine distribution
  5. Castration
  6. Rectal palpation and ultrasound
  7. Fecal examination
  8. Vaccination

Dr. Dipendra Mishra (Assistant Professor, IAAS Paklihawa), Dr. Nishant Shah (Assistant Professor, IAAS Paklihawa), and Dr. Suman Singh Rajput (Assistant Professor, IAAS Paklihawa), volunteered in the prescription department.


Other departments were handled by 45 different volunteers.

Here is the link of video of Animal Health Camp:-