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2011

Protect the livelihoods of vulnerable livestock holders in flood-affected and conflict areas of Afghanistan

Afghanistan

Titre : Protect the livelihoods of vulnerable livestock holders in flood-affected and conflict areas of Afghanistan

Pays /Région : Afghanistan

Code du projet : OSRO/AFG/007/JPN

Durée : 01/01/2011-30/06/2017

Présentation
Objectif (s) : To protect the livelihoods of vulnerable livestock holders in flood-affected and conflict areas through the provision of animal feed and veterinary supplies, as well as improve production capacity by supporting four small-scale feed processing dairy union facilities in Afghanistan.
Activités : * Distributed 6 746 tonnes of animal feed and 49 777 de-wormer kits to 42 665 households (37 040 households received both animal feed and de-wormers, 85 households received only animal feed and 5 540 households received only de-wormers). * Appropriately disposed of 2 880 tonnes of spoiled feed to two compost making sites. * Trained 80 service providers, PAIL extension workers and MAIL staff on post-distribution survey.* Carried out a first round of training on effective animal feed usage and de-wormer administration for 42 665 farmers. Of which, 24 754 farmers received a fresher training. * Conducted a training of trainers on livestock husbandry for 173 PAIL extension workers. * Collected socio-economic survey, post-distribution and impact data. * Held coordination meetings with MAIL on its drought response plan and implementation of animal feed distribution.

Mots clés : AFGHANISTAN, ASIA, CENTRAL ASIA, FLOODS, CONFLICT, PROTRACTED CRISIS, LIVESTOCK, ANIMAL FEED, TRAINING, MILK, LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION, RESOURCE PARTNERS, JAPAN,

Bénéficiaires : 42 665 households.

Partenaires : Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL), Provincial Directorate of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (PAIL) and national and international Non-governmental Organizations

Financement : Japan

Contribution : USD 11 000 000

Présentation : FAO

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