Bi-Weekly ICPALD Livestock & Pastoral News Highlights (ICPALD NH0017/17)

 

                                                                                                                                                                  

Daily highlights of IGAD member states newspapers compiled
for you by the IGAD Centre for Pastoral and livestock Development
on issues pertinent to the Livestock and Pastoral Sector

24th April-8th May 2017
ICPALD 0017/17
                       
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During the week in focus we had the following highlights amongst others:  For any comments or suggestions on the articles featured in this newsletter kindly contact the specific media houses mentioned;

  1. East Africa:Fall army worm spread to East Africa
  2. Kenya: Drought Agency distributes animal feeds to save 15,000 livestock.
  3. Somaliland:Hunger hits cattle herders in Somaliland
  4. Uganda:15,000 herds of cattle perish due to drought in Ntoroko
  5. Uganda: How Ugandan Traders Abandon Cattle for Donkey Business
  6. South Sudan: Sout Sudan,where livestock outnumbers people and the environment suffers
East Africa: Fall army worm spreads to East Africa.
As millions of east African farmers seek to recover from a devastating drought Read more
Uganda:15,000 herds of cattle perish due to drought in Ntoroko
Lack of adequate pasture and water has left Livestock farmers counting losses in Ntoroko district Read more
Kenya:Drought Agency distributes animal feeds to save 15,000 livestock
Pastrolists offload animal pellets from a pick up in Naromoru for distribution to about 15, 000 animals in Kieni.   Read more
Uganda:How Ugandan Traders Abandon Cattle for Donkey Business
Karamoja — Cattle traders in Karamoja have turned to dealing in donkeys because of the proceeds    Read more
Somaliland:Hunger hits cattle herders in Somaliland
Somaliland is little known to most people. It is a self-declared republic, independent of Somalia, but recognised by no other state,  Read more
South Sudan:South Sudan, Where Livestock Outnumbers People and the Environment Suffers   
Twenty-year-old Wani Lo Keji stares at the sky as his herd of cattle drink water from the eastern bank of the Nile River,  Read more
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