Animal Husbandry Programs

Animal Husbandry programs work in tandem with H.E.L.P Agriculture programs to give farmers new paths to success and health.
The health of the animal often determines the health of the family in agrarian societies. 
 
Working closely with the agriculture department, the animal husbandry department trains farmers throughout the Himalayas how to raise goats, chickens, cows, water buffalos, and pigs. 
 
Village veterinarians, trained by H.E.L.P. staff, supervise vaccination outreaches and provide affordable medications for animals.

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Success Stories

Udda's Goats
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