Seit Anfang April fallen Heuschreckenschwärme über das Horn von Afrika her. Sie zerstören das Land und machen Ernten zunichte. Schätzungen zufolge bedroht dies die Lebensgrundlagen von 13 Millionen Menschen in Ostafrika durch Ernteausfälle und den Verlust ihres Viehs. Gemäss der UNO handelt es sich in Kenia um den grössten Schädlingsbefall seit 70 Jahren. VSF-Suisse ist in den betroffenen Ländern tätig und unterstützt dort mit ihrer Arbeit die Gesundheit von Tier und Mensch, die nun stark gefährdet ist
Unfortunately, due to the current situation we have to postpone this year’s “Vaccination for Africa”.
Neu findet die Kampagne in der ersten Dezemberwoche statt, vom 30.11.-5.12.
The Coronavirus is omnipresent. We are aware of the global impact of this epidemic, but will continue our work to protect vulnerable people and animals in the best possible way
Healthy Animals - Healthy People - Healthy EnvironmentWe improve the well-being and resilience of vulnerable populations by promoting the health and productivity of their livestock within a sustainable environment.
What we do
Resilience and livelihoods
Natural resource management
Nutrition-sensitive livestock interventions
Disaster Risk Reduction
Our project countries
Tender: Supply and Delivery of Motor Vehicles 4.2L STANDARD 5-MT 4x4 - STATION WAGON...
We are pleased to invite our members to the General Assembly 2018 of VSF-Suisse. This...
Our program manager for East Africa, Frédérique Darmstaedter, informed on June 9th at the radio program CQFD on RTS about various questions regarding the current desert locust plague of the century in the Horn of Africa. We are very gald that we were able to draw more attention to this catastrophe!
This is a first success – but we will continue to fight for more visibility to the plague!
The Lifesaving and Livelihood restoration project and the related Somalia Monitoring and Learning Project aim at improving the livelihoods of vulnerable communities.
The beneficiaries of the projects are farmers, low-income and vulnerable households, but also disadvantaged social classes such as households headed by women.
We are proud to present this activity report to our supporters. Here are some examples of our work during the last year:
As part of a project visit to Toog in January of this year we met the Sheanut Butter...
What exactly does VSF-Suisse do in the fight against Coronavirus? In Mali, for example,...
Unfortunately, due to the current situation we have to postpone this year's "Vaccination...
Last year, a total of 90 practices from all over Switzerlanddonated over 47,000 francsto...
VSF-Suisse fights against hunger and poverty in various countries in East and West Africa. We work especially for and with people who depend on animals for their livelihood.
VSF-Suisse contributes to poverty alleviation through the following interventions:
Inform the Swiss public about the challenges faced by livestock owners in developing countries.
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Your support helps people and animals live and survive. THANK YOU!
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