General discussion about the project

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Discussion about project and actions to be taken in the village and by the neighbours

If the goal is milk production then it is a must to find a dairy breed. Which one is not that important. Make do with what you can find.

Cassava is for humans or the goat? It has little food value for either.

Ken

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Hello friends,
Sometimes I log into Nabuur to see what is happening in "my" villages. Well, nothing special. We have all gone back to other things to keep ourselves occupied. Meanwhile, I read almost every day about the terrible things that happen in Congo DRC and especially in Kivu (killings, diseases, massive rape). So I was wondering, Guillaume, is there anything simple and concrete that we, your virtual neighbours, can do for your community?
Be well,
Nico

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Hi Nico,
very happy to hear from you since a long time.as you know Despite a gradual progression towards recovery, the eastern DRC still poses very serious humanitarians concerns. People are facing severe food insecurity problems compounded by, among other aggravating factors, high rates of HIV/AIDS infection, Gender Based Violence (GBV) and property rights issues. These major challenges are interlinked and call for a large-scale regional food security response.
The particular impact of HIV/AIDS, GBV and food insecurity on affected and infected households and communities requires a concerted intervention with priorities in improving the food security, nutrition and livelihood of the most vulnerable people affected by HIV and GBV, approximately 75 000 persons , including Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs)in Kivu.
here is the context in resume.

Happy to hear from you

Guillaume

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Hi Nico,very happy to hear from you and sorry to come back to you so late.
As you can know,Despite a gradual progression towards recovery, the eastern DRC still poses very serious humanitarians concerns. People are facing severe food insecurity problems compounded by, among other aggravating factors, high rates of HIV/AIDS infection, Gender Based Violence (GBV) and property rights issues. These major challenges are interlinked and call for a large-scale regional food security response. The particular impact of HIV/AIDS, GBV and food insecurity on affected and infected households and communities requires a concerted intervention involving emergency and rehabilitation programme with priorities in improving the food security, nutrition and livelihood of the most vulnerable people affected by HIV and GBV, approximately 75 000 persons , including Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs)in Eastern DRC.

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