This is an ongoing project was funded by The Brooke East Africa for a period of 12 Months (2024-2025)

Key Achievements:
Through the planting of fodder and expansion of existing fodder farms, donkeys in Lokore have access to a consistent and nutritious food source.
With access to better-quality fodder, donkeys Nachuro- Loima, are less prone to malnutrition, and the incidence of harness wound lesions has decreased.
Donkey owners in Pelekech-Turkana West area benefited from a ready market for their fodder.
Empowered donkey owners and the local community by providing them with knowledge and skills in fodder farming and donkey care.
Conducted a baseline assessment of cross border donkey trade, hides, migratory routes, donkey populations and welfare issues in Moroto, Kaabong and Kotido districts
Facilitated training of 15 CDRs from Loima on donkey diseases and linkage to the Turkana County e-surveillance.
Trained 15 CAHWS on donkey management and donkey diseases in Kaabong and Moroto districts.
Facilitated a meeting of Fifteen (15) Administrators including chiefs, LCIII (equivalent of chiefs from Uganda), National and County government administrators at sub-county level develop actionable plans to address cross border theft and illegal slaughter of donkeys.
Sensitized 15 LSPs in Moroto on equine welfare management and diseases.
Facilitated national donkey day celebrations in Turkana
Constructed a livestock holding crush at Lomokori along the border
Installed a borehole at Keekoro-Akwaan (Lokirima-Lorengkippi Ward) and constructed livestock water troughs

Related Services

Humanitarian action & Other emergencies
-Natural Resource Management ,Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) & Climate Change Adaptation (CCA)
Education, Youths, PWDs & Child Protection
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Food Security ,Sustainable Livelihoods Development and Animal Welfare
Women empowerment & Gender Equity
Peacebuilding and Governance
Kenya crisis response (Swedish International Development Agency)
Turkana Pastoralists Capacity Strengthening Project
Turkana Drought Emergency Intervention

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