Livestock play an important role and multifaceted role in low-income economics. Their many direct and indirect values make quantification of their contribution difficult. As a result, their indirect values, in particular as often overlooked. Naural calamities take a heavy toll on low-income countries, due to contries exposure and vulnerability part of which is due to their high dependence on livestock, it can help future research in this area. This book suggest the public and donors understand the economic role that livestock play in developing economic, and the way they are affected by natural calamities. Better economic assessment of the indirect impart of natural calamities, assessing where asessment of the indirect impart of disasters, assisting with the development of economic modelling of livestock, the importance of prevention, mitigation and preparedness in limiting the impact of Natural Calamities, its approach to natural calamities reduction.
Dr. R. HARILAL, MVSc, Ph.D, is an Associate Professor with 16 years of teaching experience, at the Department of Extension at S.V.V. University, Tirupati. He published 100 Research articles, in National and International Journals and also wrote 30 books in vernacular language for the benefit of the farmers, and published 5 international books, and also published 250 popular articles in different websites. He conducted 9 Training Programmes for the benefit of the farmers and was recognised as best Extension Professor. For the past 3 years he has been writing informative and high quality articles on different topics, public relations and many more. In particularly this book Impact of Natural Calamities on Livestock useful to the Livestocks farmers, Veterinary Professional, Students and Livestock industry persons and particularly this was written for the benefit of the farmers.