Dr. Mohammad Al-Eissa, 36 years, married with 3 children, Mohammad is a vet who has owned a farm for sheep production in Khalediah village in Al Mafraq since 2016. He joined SIGHT project in 2022.
"I used to have 500 to 600 sheep. I did the Artificial insemination on 25% of my flock and I can see the good results in the number of newborns, I plan that within 3 to 4 years apply the AI on all my flock, which will definitely make a difference in my production and business" Moahmmad says
Small Ruminants Investment and Graduating Households in Transition Project (SIGHT) aim to reduce poverty and enhance national food security by improving the productivity of the small ruminant sector. It is also intended to assist Syrian refugees and host communities in graduating out of poverty through access to productive assets and the skills to invest in a sustainable source of livelihood that they could not afford otherwise. The project has 2 components Investment in farmer services and Livelihood investments and access to financial services and implemented in 6 governorates in Jordan.
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