ONLINE: INTERNATIONAL CAMELCONFERENCE (VIRTUAL)-A SERIES OF World CAMEL DAY CELEBRATIONS
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A World Camel Day Series
Climate change is a bitter reality and the globe is facing the consequences of this phenomenon. It is imperative to strive for food security in this scenario. The camel is an amazing species along with extraordinary resilience in changing environments. There is a need to explore and share the potential and future of this creature under climate change circumstances. The Department of Livestock Production and Management is taking one step forward to organize the International Camel Conference (Virtual) in collaboration with Camel Association of Pakistan to take advantage of exploring the potential of this creature through cooperation, hard work, research & development to open new doors in the multi-value research aspect. We welcome the dignitaries, researchers, and scholars to this event.
- Prof. (R) Dr. Muhammad Younas, Ex Dean FAH, Founding President, Camel Association of Pakistan (CAP)
- Prof. Dr. Zafar Iqbal Qureshi, Deptt. of Theriogenology, Uni. of Agriculture, Faisalabad.
- Nisar Ahmad Wani, Scientific Director Reproductive Biotechnology Centre, Nad Al Sheba, Dubai
- Dr Abdul Raziq Kakar, Technical Operations Manager, Al-Ain Farms, Abu Dhabi, International. Camel Dairying Specialist & Consultant
- Prof. Dr Taherah Mohammadabadi, Agricultural Sciences, and Natural Resources, University of Khuzestan, Iran
- Prof. Dr. Tarun Kumar Gahlot, Rajasthan Agri. Uni., Bikaner, India. Editor: J. Camel Practice and researcher.
- Pauline Gitonga, Dryland Animal Health Consultant, ASAL Extension Ltd. Kenya
- Mr. Douglas Baum, Owner at The US Army Camel Experiment
- Mr. Jama Warsame, Founder of White Gold Camel Milk Co., Kenya
- Dr. Asim Faraz, General Secretary CAP Assistant Prof., Bahauddin Zakariya Uni., Multan
World Camel Day, 22nd June
June; the harshest month of summer with the longest and hottest days of the year (21 June) in the northern hemisphere, the cradle of camel (old world) domestication. The world is celebrating WCD since 2009 to aware the public and policymakers of the incredible role of the camel. https://arkbiodiv.com/2020/06/20/history-of-world-camel-day-22-june/amp/
Abstracts Are Still Accepted
- Short abstract (200-250 words)
- Extended abstracts (2000-2500) words.
- Registration: 14th August 2021
- Abstract submission deadline: 22th Sept. 2021
- Accepted Abstract Notification: 25th Sept. 2021
- Talk submission deadline: 27th Sept. 2021