Lebanon Allocates $2.66 Million Annually to Livestock Health

LEBANON - Caretaker Agriculture Minister Hussein Hajj Hasan said that his ministry was spending around LL4 billion ($2.66 million) a year to secure the necessary vaccinations, veterinary medications and antiseptics to keep Lebanon’s livestock healthy.
calendar icon 12 November 2013
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“We have worked successfully on controlling the diseases that plague the livestock sector in Lebanon,” he said during the launch of a project to vaccinate livestock on the Syrian-Lebanese border.

According to TheDailyStar, the project is funded by the British government and implemented by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

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