Livelihood

To improve the livelihoods of the Kenyan Borena refugees, through income generation and additional dietary supply through goat and sheep rearing, ANE provided 4,335 locally adaptable breeding sheep/goats for the refugee community in Dillo and Megado settlements with the support from UNHCR/ARRA in 2015.

With assigned ANE assistant veterinaries the organization is still providing follow-up and technical support for families who received sheep and goat. Based on this, up to the end of December 2017, a total of 2,918 new sheep and goats are born. In 2013,to improve the protein deficiency of refugees and host communities, ANE provided supplementary foods and protein supplement for about 5,600 refugees and host communities in Dillo and Megado settlements with the support from Turkish cooperation and coordination Agency (TiKA), Turkish Dyanet Foundation ,and Upstream Investment.

Furthermore, to reduce the long-distance travel of women and young girls in the absence of grinding mills in the locality, ANE has constructed and installed diesel grinding mill in the Megado refugee settlement.