|Title:||Sudan – Livestock Marketing and Resilience Programme (LMRP) – December 2021|
Due to ongoing conflict and scarcity of resources, pastoralists and their families have moved from South Kordofan to North Kordofan where they have settled. This girl lives with her family in a camp in Um Ruwaba. Her family lost a significant number of livestock, due to the lack of water and grazing land.
LMRP supports pastoralist communities by rehabilitating and constructing water points for both human and animal consumption. LMRP further mitigates conflict through the Conflict Resolution Centres, located along the livestock migratory routes.
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