NATIONAL LIVESTOCK ASSOCIATIONS IN DJIBOUTI.
# Name of Association Location of association (apprx) Geolocation Established Membership base Objectives of association Major partners Current status Key activities Market base Type & number of Livestock Annual Turnover Contacts 1,00
Association DALAL-AFITO D'Obock
Improvement of livelihoods through education support, Support pastoral communities through provision of waterpoints, bring individual members together.
Japan Government, WFP(Action against hunger), NEALCO
Forage management through WFP,Enhancing members' livelihoods through provision of health facilities and education support.
Export market(Yemen), Local market
Goats, sheep, camel,cattle
Membership-1.2 million DJF
Djibouti Agropastoral Association
Ambouli, Arta route
Provide support to members in agropastoral areas in livestock production, resource mobilisation from donors, improvement of livelihoods(provision of water)
FAO, SDC, French cooperation, Ministry of agriculture, WFP, E.A farmers federation, China, Japan, IGAD
Capacity buiding through training, Information sharing and experience sharing within the Eastern Africa region.
goats, number cannot be ascertained
5-6 million DJF
Email: email@example.com, eaff.org
Association des femmes jardinieres(Planters association of women)
Development and improvement of chicken and goat production
Directorate of livestock, fisheries and agriculture, FAO, AfDB, DRSLP I & III
Assist farmers in marketing and selling poultry products and goats
Chicken- 200, goats
poultry-1050 DJF per month, goats- 160,000 DJF
Mr. Yonis Adar, firstname.lastname@example.org, 253 77812037
commune Balbala, cite 55
EU, FAO, UNICEF, Action against hunger(ACF), CEWARN, NEALCO, Ministry of agriculture
Database creation of livestock producers, consumers and market for dairy farming, capacity building through training on disease surveillance in small ruminants.
N/A, they are not livestock producers
60 million DJF- from donors
La Caravne du Development de Gobaad
It aims to improve the livelihood quality of the population of the Gobaad region by acting on the levers of development such as education, agro pastoralism and livestock.
FAO, UNDP, ACF, SOS SAHEL, EUROPEAN UNION
Capacity development through training in agriculture and livestock management, providing market access to its members, policy and advocacy.
1 380 000 FDJ (8000USD)
# Name of Association Location of association (apprx) Geolocation Established Membership base Objectives of association Major partners Current status Key activities Market base Type & number of Livestock Annual Turnover Contacts