Protecting livestock of internally displaced families in Sudan
FAO delivers animal feed and vaccines to displaced people in Western Sudan.
Funded by the United Nation’s Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF), FAO worked with Kebkabiya Smallholder Charitable Society (KSCS) and the local non-governmental organization (NGO) SAEKER to provide vaccines, as well as a total of 140 million tonnes of animal feed for the protection of livestock assets of newly displaced people living in camps in Sortony and Tawilla in Northern Darfur [...]
DID YOU KNOW…
Livestock species and breeds are an essential part of many agro-ecosystems. If well managed, they can have a positive impact in the provision of ecosystem services that are essential for food security and rural livelihoods [...]
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