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Uplifting Socio-Economic Condition of Vulnerable Families through Home Based Dairy Farms

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation, for almost a year, the Muslim Aid team could not visit project locations in the North Eastern parts of the country.

On the 11th of March 2021, our team visited the Thambalagamam divisional secretariat division in Trincomalee district and handed over diary cows to beneficiaries to carry our home-based dairy farming. This is part of Muslim Aid’s “Uplifting Socio-Economic Condition of Vulnerable Families through Home Based Dairy Farms” project. The handing over ceremony took place with the participation of the Trincomalee district secretary (GA) and divisional secretary of Thambalagamam and other government officials of the related departments.

Muslim Aid Sri Lanka has been implementing number of development programmes in the country especially in the Trincomalee district, in collaboration with the relevant government departments. Under this sustainable livelihood programme, Muslim Aid supported 60 livestock farmers by providing them high variety dairy cows from which they will be able to earn around LKR 1200.00 – 1500.00 per day through milk yield.


Muslim Aid Sri Lanka has been implementing number of development programmes in the country especially in the Trincomalee district in collaboration of the relevant government departments.Under this sustainable livelihood programme, Muslim Aid supported 60 livestock farmers by providing them high variety dairy cows from which they will be able to earn around LKR 1200.00 – 1500.00 per day through milk yield.

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