Train 10 farm vets

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The most inspiring and powerful gifts on earth!

In poor communities, livestock like cows, goats and chickens provide a strong livelihood, market produce, and a source of nutritious milk and eggs. Sadly, many of these animals die from easily preventable diseases. To combat this, Concern trains key people over a three-year period to become effective Community Animal Health Workers. Crucially, this means they can vaccinate and care for sick animals. They can also make a living from this vital work - a gift that benefits people and animals alike.

Joyce Positani, aged 42, received training from Concern Worldwide to become a Community Animal Health Worker. Photo: Donal Skehan/Concern Worldwide.

Joyce Positani, aged 42,received training from Concern Worldwide to become a Community Animal Health Worker in the Nakumba District of Malawi. She is well known in the region and vaccinates up to 300 chickens a month. Thanks to the income she receives from this crucial work, her life has been transformed.

To find out more, please contact Claire Concannon on (01) 417 7756  or by email [email protected]