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Kenya hosts high-level meeting on livestock sector challenges

Posted by Joseph Muraya on 05 February 2024 4:00 PM CAT
Joseph Muraya photo Union-InterAfrican for Animal Resources (AU-IBAR) Director Dr Huyam Salih said the three crises commonly referred to as “the three C’s” exposed Africa’s vulnerability, leading to eroded livelihoods, loss of incomes, and driven up prices of highly nutritive livestock sourced foods making them inaccessible to sections of the population that need them most.

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