Support hybrid grass chicken breeds for women in border areas

Chicken Meal
Innovation & Technology
Published Apr 17, 2024

Tridge summary

In an effort to improve the livelihoods and income of women in difficult circumstances in Truong Son commune, Quang Binh province, Plan International and the 'Gender Responsible Parenting' Project Board have initiated a program that provided nearly 900 grass-bred chickens to 35 women's families in Khe Cat and Cay Su villages. Each family benefited from receiving 23-25 chickens, essential animal feed, and training on effective raising techniques. With a total investment of 63 million VND, this initiative aims to enhance the quality of life for women and children in the area by boosting the economic stability of vulnerable families.
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Original content

In Truong Son border commune (Quang Ninh district, Quang Binh), Plan International in the project area of Quang Binh province and the "Gender Responsible Parenting" Project Board of Truong Son commune have coordinated to organize a model program "Livelihood support for grass-bred chickens for pregnant women and children under 2 years old" in the area. Accordingly, in Khe Cat and Cay Su villages (Truong Son commune), the units provided nearly 900 grass-bred chickens to 35 women's families receiving support. In particular, each household was given 23-25 quality chickens according to regulations, each weighing 0.5-0.6kg. In addition, families are also supported with animal feed and instructed in raising techniques to help their chickens be effective in their livelihoods and ...
Source: Agriculture
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