VSF International has two new members

VSF International has two new members

At the annual meeting held in Lisbon on 7th October, VSF International welcomed two new members of the network: VIVA and VSF Sweden. VIVA (Volunteers in Irish Veterinary Assistance) was founded in 1999 to assist livestock aid programmes in the Developing World. VIVA...
A new database of organizations working on pastoralism is online

A new database of organizations working on pastoralism is online

A new global database of organizations working on pastoralism has been released this week in the website of the Pastoralist Knowledge Hub. The database is fruit of a collaboration between VSF International and FAO, who joined efforts to compile details of over 230...
Humans and animals in refugee camps

Humans and animals in refugee camps

VSF International is participating to a new project led by Glasgow University and funded by the Wellcome Trust, that was launched on 11-12 September with an inception workshop. The project aims to establish a cross-disciplinary network, set out a research agenda, and...
The 2016 annual report is now available!

The 2016 annual report is now available!

In 2016, the members of VSF International implemented altogether 177 projects in 31 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America, improving the livelihood of 6.86 million people. We treated over 20 million animals, trained 4470 Community-based animal health workers,...
Pastoralism towards sustainable development

Pastoralism towards sustainable development

Why is it important to support pastoralism? What challenges do pastoralists face all around the globe? What actions are needed to overcome these challenges and promote sustainable pastoralism? Find it out in this infographics that builds on the outcomes of the project...

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