In Afrika leven miljoenen mensen van hun vee. Maar de dierengezondheidszorg is er vaak ontoereikend. Wanneer mensen hun kudde verliezen door ziekte, droogte of conflict, verliezen ze alles: hun trots, cultuur, spaargeld en voedsel. Door het vee te verzorgen en de productie te verbeteren, strijdt Dierenartsen Zonder Grenzen samen met de lokale bevolking tegen honger en armoede.

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03 januari 2014

Update van de veiligheidssituatie in Zuid-Soedan

David Wani, landenverantwoordelijke in Juba voor Dierenartsen Zonder Grenzen, geeft ons een update van de veiligheidssituatie in Zuid-Soedan. "The security situation in Juba is calm. The curfew which was up to 6:00 pm is slowly being lifted up to 8:00 pm."

Two of our staff families were affected and trapped in Bor during the fight that took place in Bor. But they have now come back to Juba safely by crossing the river Nile from Bor to Lakes (Awerial county). The affected staff members then collected their family from Awerial and brought them to Juba.

Most people in Juba are relocating their families away from Juba to either Uganda or Yei, Torit or Nimule. This is in the fear of any attack that may take place in Juba.

All UN staff in South Sudan have been given three months salary advance to help them prepare for any unknown situation that may happen.