Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Oxfam Means Famine And Oxen Slaughter

OXFAM MEANS FAMINE AND OXEN ABUSE
PROOF THAT OXFAM AS AGENT OF MULTI TRILLION DOLLAR ANIMAL FLESH INDUSTRY SUPPORTS THE SLAUGHTER OF ANIMALS AND REPLACEMENT OF ANIMALS

Animal agriculture is the least efficient and environmental form of 'food' production
while orchards of tri level agrcitulre are the most prolific. Please support international relief
which is vegan... or vegetarian, such as Seventh Day Adventist, Hindu groups etc. Oxfam
is designed to promote Commonwealth country animal concentration camps.

Food crisis in Niger - Oxfam scales up to respond22 June 2005Last year's locust invasion, coupled with rain failure, hasseriously affected food production and pasture growth throughoutmuch of Niger.Niger is already one of the world's poorest countries (the UNDPranks it 176 out of 177), and this year the statistics formalnutrition and destitution are showing an alarming situationunfolding. While total food production is down by one third in thecountry, some areas have much less food than others and prices haverisen to the point where the poorest can no longer afford it.Oxfam's recent assessment in Niger found people eating less thannormal, gathering wild foods (leaves and berries) and digging upanthills to find scraps of millet. Some households have earmarkedtheir entire income for food and reducing expenditure elsewhere,such as taking children out of school and stopping visiting healthcentres. People are selling household goods, and cutting down treesto sell the wood – the rate of deforestation is noticeable.Livestock are particularly badly affected because of foddershortages - cattle, horses and donkeys are least resistant todrought but sheep, goats and camels will also start to die. Animalsare the main asset of pastoralist groups and if they die or have tobe sold then the risk of destitution becomes very real. Competitionfor scarce pasture in some areas is leading to localised conflict.Oxfam is planning a large response programme across West and CentralNiger. The programme will prioritise the poorest 20% of communities –those who cannot afford to buy the food that remains available. Wewill be working with them on cash for work schemes whereby theyidentify projects that need doing in their communities andOxfam `employs' them to work in return for vouchers which they canexchange for food. We will also be running a destocking programme toreduce the number of animals in circulation – paying owners a fairprice for their least healthy livestock, allowing them to buy fodderfor those that remain. We thereby do as much as we can to protectpeople's livelihoods over the worst few months of the dry seasonwithout making them dependent on food aid.

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