This directorate was established in 19th century by the British Government of India under the
control of Bombay Government, after the separation of Sindh from Bombay the department
was called Veterinary Service Department Sindh.
After the creation of Pakistan the Department remained under the control of the Provincial
Government of Sindh, under the federal Supervision of Ministry of Food and Agriculture,
Government of Pakistan. Keeping in view the Agro-Industrial importance and geographical
situation of the area, to address the issues of Livestock farmer Maldar regarding disease and
production, further extension was given to this department through ADP in 1954-55 and
designated as Directorate of Animal Husbandry Sindh, with the following aims and
Aims & Objectives
Conservation of Livestock through adequate disease control measures.
Improvement in the quality of livestock through modern techniques of feeding,
management and breeding.
. Initiation of appropriate measures to improve the quality and quantity of Livestock
Products like Milk and Meat etc.
Re-orientation of Farmers to modern Livestock Husbandry and production.
Improve Genetic Potential of local breeds.
Prevention of Trans-boundary Animal Diseases & Non trans-Boundary Animal
Prophylactic vaccination campaigns training and extension services (in service /
Poverty alleviation of Livestock Farmers by increasing their income through
Transformation of livestock sector from subsistence towards commercialization.
Contribution towards food security and exportable surpluses.
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