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Category: Livelihoods

Pigs for prosperity

Mother-of-four Daw Khin Aye Sein, 51, lives with her family in the fishing village of Min Hla, a few miles up-river from the town of Sittwe, capital of Myanmar’s troubled Rakhine state.   

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From sheep to carpets – what it’s like to work on livelihoods in Syria

“This work involves identifying capabilities, assets and activities for generating income, but it’s about more than money. It’s about independence and dignity. In short, I’m working to support vulnerable Syrians affected by the conflict to get back on their feet.” – Yolanda Davila, IFRC livelihoods delegate in Syria

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