Between 2017 and 2020, we implemented a programme with Médecins du Monde in Niger. Our aim was to improve health risk management by strengthening human and animal health services. This pilot project was guided by the principles of the One Health approach.
In West Africa, livestock keeping has been developed essentially in the Sudano-Sahelian area, where it is at the heart of the economy. Mali and Niger are the largest milk producers in the region, with herds numbering close to 10 million animals and cow’s milk production standing at 309 and 486 million litres per year respectively. These countries are also major … Read More
Discover our activity and financial reports for 2018. Each year, Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium reports on its activities and projects over the past year. This is how we show our committment and accountability to our donors, volunteers, employees and partner organizations in Belgium and Africa.
In Africa, improving the potential of family livestock farming allows livestock keepers to feed their families and improve their well-being. Through concrete examples, discover in this infographics the links between the improvement of family livestock farming’s potential and the improvement of household food and nutrition security in Africa.