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2007

Emergency support to livestock protection through provision of emergency livestock supplies in Sudan

Sudan

Titre :Emergency support to livestock protection through provision of emergency livestock supplies in Sudan

Code du projet : OSRO/SUD/716/CHF

Pays : Sudan
Localisation : Darfur

Durée : 01/06/2007-31/03/2008

Partenaires  : Federal and State Ministries of Agriculture and Animal Resources, and 11 local and international NGOs.

Donneur : Pooled Fund

Objectif  : To save the livestock assets of IDPs and host community households and restore and strengthen household food security among returnees, IDPs and conflict- and drought-affected households

Activités
1. 772 000 animals belonging to 39 943 households vaccinated against common livestock diseases.
2. 51 355 animals belonging to 3 424 households treated for infections, parasites and wounds.
3. 212 new CAHWs trained. 646 IDP households in Abuzar IDP camp benefited from fencing for livestock.
4. 1 790 goats and donkeys provided to 830 households to enable them to begin restocking their livestock populations.
5. 3 300 mineral licks procured and provided to 1 200 households to maintain livestock feeding during the dry season.

Impacts
1. After the livestock treatment and vaccination activities, there was an observed reduction in the number of contagious livestock diseases and animals were seen to be more healthy and productive.
2. The CAHW network increased the availability of veterinary services within reach of the targeted communities and provided effective reporting of disease outbreaks to veterinary authorities.
3. The distribution of supplementary feed ensured the weakest animals received nutrients during the dry season and contributed to improve milk production and animal productivity.
4. By providing fencing for livestock in IDP camps, the project contributed to protecting animals

Contribution : USD 1 000 000

FAO en situations d’urgence

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