A network to protect animal health in South Kivu

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Charline Nabintu and Safi Ngomora live in South Kivu in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo. The two women have never met, but they have a lot in common. Despite the underlying insecurity, they have both chosen to devote their careers to animal health, serving livestock keepers in the region. Safi is a vet and Charline is a community animal health worker. This is a service of great benefit to society in a region where most of the population depend on livestock keeping for survival.

Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium reconnecting with humanitarian aid

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The security and climate situation in sub-Saharan Africa has deteriorated over the last few years. Whether in the Sahel or in the region of the Great Lakes, conflicts and extreme climate conditions are becoming more and more frequent. Communities that rely on livestock keeping are particularly severely affected. Faced with growing distress in these populations, we are resuming our humanitarian efforts in five countries. 80,000 people will benefit from them over the next two years.

Flemish Region: repeal of the duo legacy

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From 1 July 2021, the duo bequest will no longer apply in the Flemish Region. The tax advantage will therefore be abolished. If you used it in your will, we recommend that you consult your notary as soon as possible in order to adapt your will to your wishes.

Moving towards humanitarian aid

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Thanks to the European Union’s Humanitarian Partnership Certificate, emergency aid actions are now within our reach. We should soon be able to help even more livestock keepers’ families.