Rehabilitation of Livestock

by Alisa Women's Farming Project

We have received the sum of $482.50 in January 2012. We bought four goats, paid the caretaker Le 200,000 every month, we paid the veterinary officer Le 150,000 for treating the animals every month, we also bought food for the pigs. We currnetly have sixteen goats, seven sheep, and six pigs.

We are still asking donors to continue helping us in this project so that we can reach our goal.

Thank you all.

We have raised a total of $1345. We have already secured 12 goats, 7 sheep and 6 pigs.We usually pay Le100,000 to the caretaker of the animals, every two months. We also buy food for the pigs, and we paid Le80,000 to the veterinary officers, so that he can treat the animals for every three months.

We are still asking donors to continue helping us in this project so that we can reach our goal.

We received $221.25 from donors, we used $41.25 to buy vaccines, food and paying livestock officers for the curing of animals. We currently have 12 goats, 7 sheep and 6 pigs.
Since we received this $221.25 a couple of months ago, we have not received any donations from donors yet. We are still asking donors to continue helping us in this project so that we can reach our goal.

We received $221.25 from donors, we used $41.25 to buy vaccines, food and paying livestock officers for the curing of animals. We currently have 12 goats, 7 sheep and 6 pigs. We are still asking donors to continue helping us in this project so that we can reach our goal.

Photos of the animals will be forwarded later.

We have received $221.25 for the livestock. We bought one she-goat for $65, one female sheep for $65, and one male goat for $50. We currently have twelve (12) goats, seven (7) sheep, and six (6) pigs. The remaining $41.25, we bought food and vaccines for the pigs. We say many thanks to the donors, and we pray they will continue supporting this project to reach its goal.

Pictures will be forwarded later, because communication is poor and it will take one to two months for their arrival.

 

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Alisa Women's Farming Project

Location: Freetown, N/A - Sierra Leone
Project Leader:
Sidi Kaloko
Project Leader
Freetown, Sierra Leone

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