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Myanmar (Burma): New arrivals in the pigsty: more and more families are acquiring a lucky pig!
The conflict between the Burmese army and the Kachin Independence Army is making it even more of a challenge to implement SWISSAID projects in northern Myanmar. Yet there are some rays of hope: thanks to the success of animal rearing projects, more and more farmers are assured a new and sustainable living.Read more about the project
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