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In northern Niger, when a Fula livestock farmer loses his herd, the other livestock farmers each give him a pregnant heifer. In exchange, the farmer promises that in three year's time, he will give a pregnant heifer back to each of the other farmers. This tradition is called Habbanae, which means “the loan of friendship.”
Since 1986, AVSF has been sending out the Habannae review four times per year to its loyal donors. The review takes a closer look at AVSF’s projects and how they tie into broader topics such as fair trade, water, women, agro-ecology, etc.
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Read last quarter's issue of Habbanae review in French