Camels

A camel is an even-toed ungulate in the genus Camelus that bears distinctive fatty deposits known as "humps" on its back. Camels have long been domesticated and, as livestock, they provide food (milk and meat) and textiles (fiber and felt from hair). Camels are working animals especially suited to their desert habitat and are a vital means of transport for passengers and cargo. There are three surviving species of camel. The one-humped dromedary makes up 94% of the world's camel population, and the two-humped Bactrian camel makes up 6%. The Wild Bactrian camel is a separate species and is now …

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World Bank Group · 7 November 2021 English

of the goats and sheep and almost all donkeys, camels, and horses.19 The livestock sector


World Bank Group · 29 October 2021 English

high percentage of the cattle, livestock, donkeys, camels and horses. The affected States also play a prominent


World Bank Group · 28 October 2021 English

high percentage of the cattle, livestock, donkeys, camels and horses. The affected States also play a prominent


UNISDR · 25 October 2021 English

Regional Assessment Report on disaster risk reduction in the Arab region 2021 Regional Office for Arab States Regional Assessment Report on disaster risk reduction in the Arab region 2021 Disclaimer …

Nile in Korti in the north.199 They depended on camels, sheep and goats, and in years with good rainfall of uncultivated land were damaged.253 Some 3,413 camels, 54,988 sheep, goats and cattle, and 309,000 beehive severe respiratory infection in humans. Dromedary camels are thought to be a natural reservoir of MERS-CoV


The Aspen Institute · 22 October 2021 English

Our world faces climate change, species endangerment, and the destruction of natural resources and Indigenous knowledge systems across the globe. While professional scientists are working in traditional spheres to address …

carbon sequestration, tourism, and monitoring feral camels. These projects’ key strategies seek to build


UNISDR · 30 September 2021 English

The development of the profiles involved a wide range of scientific experts from: The role of the TWG was to develop technical recommenda- • United Nations agencies and scientific networks …

cause of fatal disease in cattle, sheep, goats, camels, horses, and pigs throughout the world. Anthrax management Current scientific evidence suggests that camels are a major reservoir host for MERS-CoV and an markets, barns, or other places where dromedary camels and other animals are present should practice general disease, affecting small and large ruminants and camels. RVF virus is a member of the Phlebovirus genus RVFV and can transmit the virus to ruminants or camels when they drink from or feed close to the water


World Bank Group · 2 September 2021 English

herding cattle through the thorn bush or watering camels in the river. The Ewaso Ng'iro River is life giving


World Bank Group · 2 September 2021 English

Degodia camels 2 Wajir Somali, Sanye camels 3 Marsabit Gabbra, Turkana, Burji, camels 4 Garissa Jareer, Gosha, and Mushunguli, camels Sanye 5 Samburu Bank Dorobo, Rendille camels 6 Isiolo Somali


WHO · 31 August 2021 English

Events Ethiopia Unknown disease related to camels Ungraded 12-Jun-21 8-May-21 12-Jun-21 198 - 0 Oromia and Somali regions of Ethiopia related to camels. In Oromia, 158 human cases were reported and a with the consumption of camel meat. Samples from camels and human cases have been taken and are undergoing


WHO · 24 August 2021 English

Plague Leishmaniasis Unknown disease related to camels Rift Valley fever Hepatitis E Monkeypox Cholera is 15 . Ethiopia Unknown disease related to camels Ungraded 12-Jun-21 8-May-21 12-Jun-21 198 - 0 Oromia and Somali regions of Ethiopia related to camels. In Oromia, 158 human cases were reported and a with the consumption of camel meat. Samples from camels and human cases have been taken and are undergoing


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