Mobilizimi I Qendrave Te Trajnimit Per Kujdesin E Qenve Te Rruges.

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Tema: Mobilizimi i qendrave te trajnimit per kujdesin e qenve te rruges.

Pema e Problemit

Largim te turistave.
Largim te turistave.
Polemika te shumta per zonat turistike.
Polemika te shumta per zonat turistike.
Rrezik per shendetin public.
Rrezik per shendetin public.
Perhapja e semundjeve invektive tek njerezit.
Perhapja e semundjeve invektive tek njerezit.
Mospelqimi qe njerezit krijojne ndaj qenve degradon ne dhune ndaj tyre.
Mospelqimi qe njerezit krijojne ndaj qenve degradon ne dhune ndaj tyre.
Irritim nga Banoret e vendit
Irritim nga Banoret e vendit
Shoqeri e pacivilizuar
Shoqeri e pacivilizuar
Mosangazhimi I mediave
Mosangazhimi I mediave
Mungesa e fondeve
Mungesa e fondeve
Mungesa e politikave sociale
Mungesa e politikave sociale
Mosangazhimi I qendrave te rehabilitimit per qente.
Mosangazhimi I qendrave te rehabilitimit per qente.
Mos nderhyrja e bashkive ne zonat perkatese.
Mos nderhyrja e bashkive ne zonat perkatese.
Mos sterilizimi I qenve te rruges
Mos sterilizimi I qenve te rruges


Pema e Objektivave

Rritje te turistave ne zonat turistike
Rritje te turistave ne zonat turistike
Rritje e cilesise se shendetit public.
Rritje e cilesise se shendetit public.
Eliminimi I semundjeve infective.
Eliminimi I semundjeve infective.
Shmangja e dhunes ndaj qenve.
Shmangja e dhunes ndaj qenve.
Ulja e shqetesimit per banoret e vendit
Ulja e shqetesimit per banoret e vendit
Civilizimi I shoqerise.
Civilizimi I shoqerise.
Angazhimi I mediave
Angazhimi I mediave
Rritje e fondeve
Rritje e fondeve
Nxitja e politikave sociale.
Nxitja e politikave sociale.
Angazhimi I qendrave te rehabilitimit per qente.
Angazhimi I qendrave te rehabilitimit per qente.
Mos nderhyrja e bashkive ne zonat perkatese.
Mos nderhyrja e bashkive ne zonat perkatese.
Sterilizimi I qenve te rruges
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