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2015

Providing Livestock for Families in the Horn of Africa (2015)

Somalie, Soudan, Kenya, Ethiopie

Titre : Providing Livestock for Families in the Horn of Africa (2015)

Région /Pays : Afrique (Somalia • Sudan • Kenya • Ethiopia)

Zone d’intervention : Corne de l’Afrique

Dates : 01/01/2015 à 12/31/2015

Programme
ARAHA provides a pair of milking goats, a dairy cow, or a donkey and cart for poor families to generate income and become self-sufficient and successful. Our dairy goat project provides a steady supply of nutritious milk to children and the goats provide families with much-needed collateral to borrow money for business on the open market. Cost : $200 for two goats. The purpose of our dairy cow project is to provide the family a source of income by selling the milk as well as consuming it. A family can expect an average income to be $100 a month. COST : $500 per cow. The donkey cart project allows a family to obtain and sell water from the large water tank provided with each cart. The donkey provides a means of transporting water and goods so that they can be sold in the community. Income generation is expected to be over $100 per month. Cost : $750 for donkey cart and water tank

Annonce par : American Relief Agency for the Horn of Africa (ARAHA)

Partenaire local : Wako Gutu Foundation

Financement : Life for Relief and Development

Budget : $56,000

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Page publiée le 5 août 2015, mise à jour le 8 avril 2018