Kenya: New System to Detect Diseases Rolled Out
March 11, 2014 Editor 0
[The Star]Seventy nine districts in the country have benefited from digital pen technology that will be used in disease surveillance. Food and Agriculture Organization in conjunction with the Department of Veterinary Services is currently using the technology to detect diseases in real time.
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