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In Africa, millions of people survive by their livestock. Yet veterinary care is often insufficiently available. When farmers lose their herds to disease, drought or conflict, they lose everything: their pride, their culture, their savings and their livelihood. By helping to care for livestock and improve production, Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium supports local populations in their struggle against hunger and poverty.

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Official launch of project EVE

Geschreven door Martin Steel on 02 December 2014

The launch of project ‘EVE’ (Energie Verte & Elevage – Green Energy & Livestock) took place on Tuesday 30th September in Nyamagabe district in Southern Province of Rwanda, with the participation of many invited guests, including local and national dignitaries, representatives of VSF Belgium’s partners from local and international NGOs, including IMBARAGA (VSF’s main local partner), and the representative from the Belgian embassy in Kigali.

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June 28: third anniversary of rinderpest eradication

28 June 2014

On Saturday June 28, 2014 we celebrate the third anniversary of rinderpest eradication. On June 28, 2011 the international community officially declared the world free from rinderpest. At that moment, there had been no reported outbreaks of this viral animal disease for several years.

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World Bank report on climate change and animal health

Geschreven door on 08 July 2014

With a group of international experts on human and animal health, Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium contributed to a report by the World Bank entitled “Reducing Climate Sensitive Disease Risks”.

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In 2013, your support helped people climb out of poverty

31 March 2014 -

“We will build a better future for everyone by giving people the freedom and the power to build a better future for themselves and their families.”  These wise words came from Melinda Gates, wife of Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft.  It is likewise a slogan adopted by Vétérinaires Sans Frontières.  With your support and commitment, thousands of livestock keepers were able to improve their standard of living in 2013.  Here is a brief glimpse into some of the achievements you made possible!

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Livestock keepers in South Sudan need help

03 February 2014

The conflict in South Sudan is still raging. The local population suffers. Hundreds of thousands of people have fled, to safer regions or to the neigbouring countries. Those who did not flee, try to get by as well as they can.

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