Internship posted by: Prime Care Network
Posted on: January 27, 2013
Whether you are currently a high school student considering a career in veterinary medicine, an undergraduate, or on a career break, interning as a veterinary intern will allow you to gain invaluable experience of vaccinations, operations, laboratory work, post-mortems, meat inspections and the routine treatment of domestic farm animals and pets.
Ghana in Western Africa, is a wide expanse of mostly low plains. Its climate is hot and tropical with pockets of dry or humid areas in certain parts of the country. A portion of the land is used for farming and the welfare of domestic animals is an essential for rural development. Shadowing local vets will give you the opportunity to observe diseases that have been eradicated in the West and will also give you a better understanding about the problems that vets and farmers face. By showing initiative and a willingness to get involved, you will benefit from this truly rewarding experience. Veterinary Interns live and work in Accra and other parts of the country
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