Albania

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IRUSA donors are empowering single mothers, orphan mothers, and abused women in Albania through an innovative livelihood program. Approximately 78 female households will receive livestock (cows, goats, or sheep), fodder, and access to training on livestock rearing. The families will benefit from the milk and dairy products and will be able to breed their animals to obtain calves. This program will provide new hope and promise to over 300 people in Albania.

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