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Livelihood support helps farmers escape poverty sustainably

Published May 17, 2024

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The Mavin Group, in partnership with World Vision, has provided substantial support to 120 impoverished and ethnic minority households in Thuong Xuan district, Thanh Hoa province. This support includes 45 tons of animal feed, veterinary medicine, vaccines, and livestock supplies, along with training in meat duck farming. Each household received 100 ducklings and continuous assistance throughout the farming process. Now in its third year, the initiative aims to foster sustainable livelihoods and alleviate poverty, with households expected to earn an average profit of nearly 4 million VND in 2023. Additionally, farmer groups contribute 10% of their income to a common fund to aid other poor households. The program plans to extend its reach to Quan Hoa district, another impoverished area in Thanh Hoa province.
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Along with that, households were also sponsored with 45 tons of animal feed, veterinary medicine, vaccines, livestock supplies and were trained by Mavin Group and transferred techniques for raising meat ducks according to strict procedures. strictly, ensuring biosafety. 120 households benefiting from the program are poor households, ethnic minority households, with children and women as main workers and in difficult circumstances, selected by World Vision in Luong Son communes and Thuong town. Xuan, Tho Thanh, Xuan Cao, Luan Thanh and Luan Khe. Each household was given 100 ducklings along with food, medicine, and supplies. Mavin and World Vision also commit to supporting and consulting farmers throughout the entire livestock raising process to achieve the best results when selling. This is the third year the program has been implemented in Thuong Xuan district, and is expected and responded to by farmers because it has contributed to creating sustainable livelihoods and reducing ...
Source: Danviet
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