Camel is Unique

Camel is one of the most important players in food security under the climate change scenario. Camel is highly adapted and evolved with the tune of changing climates and consumers’ demands. Camel is a multipurpose animal, performing diverse types of tasks from hobby to transport and food to sports. Very recently, the camel is making its way in the food business, especially for people who are reluctant to use conventional dairy products because of allergies and lactose intolerance. Also, camel milk is a food of choice for health-conscious people and the demand is growing. This webpage will work as a hub of information, communication, and interaction about the wide aspects of camels, mainly the old world camelids; Arabian and Bactrian camels.

Camel is well adapted to the driest climatic conditions of the globe.

Dr. Abdul Raziq Kakar, the founder of World Camel Day

Dr. Raziq Kakar is a doctorate in animal science, with a special emphasis on dromedary as a potential dairy animal, He has been working with the camels for the last 22 years. He gained practical experience with camels, like a camel dairy professional, both by training and experience. Since 2014, Dr. Raziq Kakar has been solely working with a camel dairying entity (Alain Farms for Livestock Production), which is the world’s first commercial camel dairy, Alain Abu Dhabi, UAE. In my philosophy, the camel is a magical biological model coping with the warming planet scenario while producing health-promising milk and meat in challenging circumstances.

Dr. Abdul Raziq Kakar, the founder of World Camel Day and camelist camel lover.

The Author

I’m Dr. Raziq Kakar, an Animal Scientist by profession and a proud member of a livestock rearing community. I belong to the historical pasturelands of the Arya Warsha and have great roots in animal agriculture. Our community had been keeping livestock on dry and marginal lands for ages. To me, livestock means keeping animals for food and agriculture in a very natural and humane way to produce healthy food items in symbiosis with nature, which is now called sustainability.

The author with the beautiful dairy camels in Alain.

You are Welcome

I invite all those who work with camels, do research on camels, are camels’ activists, bloggers, geographers, dessert lovers, tourists, and people from other diverse backgrounds to share their experiences and research regarding camels with us on the webpage. Please never forget to circulate the link of the page among your friends, colleagues, and social media links.

Dr. Abdul Raziq (Ph.D.) Camel scientist, Ethnoecologist, and Desert Explorer

Author’s Present Tasks and Experience

  • Performing as the International Consultant of Camel Dairying
  • Working as Technical Manager at ‎Al Ain Farms – مزارع العين‎
  • Recognized as the International Livestock Specialist at the FAO
  • Freelance Researcher and Development Advisor in the field of Animal Agriculture
  • Doctorate in Animal Science at the University of Agriculture
  • Studies Characterization, Documentation, and Reporting of Livestock Breeds from Zaragoza University Spain
  • MPhil in Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology at the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences
  • Graduated in Animal husbandry at University of Agriculture Faisalabad, Pakistan
  • From Borai, the historic land of Arya Warsha

The author is Trained in Sustainable Livestock Production

The author is Trained in Sustainable Livestock Production
Having a Ph.D. in animal production science, I envision sustainable livestock systems as a tool for food security under climate change conditions. In my philosophy, the camel is a magical biological model coping with heating up the planet and depleting natural resources while producing healthy promising milk and meat.
I’m a camel dairy professional, both by training and experience. I know the dairy traits of camel, breeding goals, nutritional requirements, calf rearing, housing, future planning, camel milk marketing, profitable farm management, etc.
I have training and experience in livestock ecosystem rehabilitation to revitalize depleted ecosystems for any reason. I have acquired precious traditional knowledge of sustainable livestock production and am able to provide simple solutions for complicated problems. My strong affiliation with nature and belief in climate change adaptation and sustainability set me apart from other fellow scientists.

21 replies on “CAMEL4ALL”

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Is there a substitute product?
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Dear Doctor
Your love for camel is quite evident. Please give me a chance to introduce you one of our products. I m syed Farrukh and work for al Zahrawi medical services. We are exclusive distributor for sysmex. We deal with advance veterinary hematology analyzer capable of measuring NRBCs.

Hello dear im
Hidaia bakheat Zolain phd holder university of nyala sudan im intersting in camel embryology

Hello Hidaia,
Nice to hear from you and happy knowing your interest about camels. I’m personally not an embryologist but you cane join our camel community ‘CAMEL4LIFE INTERNATION’ here you can meet amazing camelists, including specialists in different field of the camels. We have a WhatsApp group, where you can find answer for your questions. You can email at
Best regards

Dear Dr. Kakar,
I am Dr. Mahendra, a Veterinary Anatomist from India working on comparative anatomy of animals. I have sent my CV to your email.

As a camel lover I would like to join your email list please? I am not on whatsapp, just twitter. My email acct is So please add me to your list so I can keep with everything & get to know some camel people of this world…thank you.
Kind Regards,
Sally Millard
Victoria, Australia

I added you to the email list.
Truly speaking, we need support as;
either investment in time or in kind to make the organization/network successful and provide opportunities for camel research in the field.
Best regards

I am Dr Yoseph Legesse, Veterinarian, Epidemiologist and Dairy Science Specialist from Ethiopia. I am very glad to be a member of this amazing group.
Thank you very much Dr. Raziq.

Dear Prof. Dr.Abdul Raziz Kakkar,
I am highly impressed of your association with Camel as species and your achievements , Congratulations .
I am interested in participation in your team with whatever i can contribute and learn
Dr.Thirugnanam Ganesh , MVSc , Chairman and CEO , GVC Group UAE and Oman

I am Dr Muhammad Usman Ghani, Veterinarian, pathologist particularly expertise in molecular characterization of various diseases in livestock and phylogenetic analysis using bioinformatics tools.A phd Holder in wildlife genetics from one of prestige institute of china.Add me in WhatsApp group.My email Id is I am very glad to be a member of this amazing group.
Thank you very much Dr. Raziq.

I’m Dr Osman Abdullahi Farah from Somaliland. I’m DVM,MSC vet epidemiologst.
Working camels as consultant for the last 8 years.
I,m very glad to join this active team and also contribute or learn more about camel reasearch and development.

Kind Regards

Co-founder of Hope Agrovet consultancy firm (HAC)

This platform is very crucial to the pastoralist who reare camels because it may find alot information about health and production system in order to improve camel’s productivity. And to meet experts from around the world. Who very keen to share their experience and knowledge to other friends.
In Somalia camel are our hearts if they are health also we are healthy while if they are sick,we sick.
We have 3 different breeds known Hoor,sifdar and Eddyimo in local language.
I wish all best to Camel4All.
Finally, I,m very happy to join Camel4All and I wish to share and contribute my experience related to camels.

Kind Regards,
Dr.Osman Abdulahi Farah.
Animal health consultant.

The world’s main camel clan is Somali, as they have the highest camels number as an ethnicity in the horn of Africa. The camel culture of Somalis is very rich and there is a lot of information about the camels, camel connection, milk, meat, and other aspects of the camels. You are welcome, dear Dr. Osman. Please write an email, sharing your Whatsapp number, and I shall add you to our very functional international WhatsApp group.
All the best

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