With 32 million animals of all species, Niger is, without question, a livestock country. This sector, in addition to its major contribution to the national economy, plays a significant role in fighting hunger and poverty. Nevertheless, the recurring droughts that ravage the country are a major threat to livestock. Reduced crop production and feed and water scarcity have serious consequences for livestock, including exhaustion, illness and reduced production. In response to these crises, livestock keepers must continuously adapt to the unstable climate and change their practices.