Un nouveau rapport met en lumière les discours persistants sur les affaires en Afrique, alors que le potentiel du continent continue d’être négligé.
JUBA, South Sudan, 3rd March 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/-On Saturday mornings, one particular place in Upper Nile State’s capital Malakal draws a motley crew. Sheep, goats, hens, horses, donkeys, dogs, bovine beauties and, usually, their owners, all flock here in what constitutes a loud, lively outdoor waiting room. Here, sick notes are compared, with the gossip presumably revolving around reportedly greener pastures elsewhere.
They have come here to improve or save their own lives, trusting Indian peacekeepers serving with the United Nations Mission in South Sudan to do so.
“I have brought one of my cows because she hasn’t eaten for almost a week, and I’m worried. I have two other sick cows at home,” says Mandela, who keeps his cows mostly to produce milk for his six young children. “There is no other place in Malakal where veterinarians treat animals. It is my second time here and, I am very grateful for the treatment provided by these fine peacekeepers”.
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