Since the crisis in 2013 ACEM has been working hard with support from donor partners to reached households with emergency veterinary kits targeting 19,280 livestock (sheep/goats, poultry and dogs) in Mundri east and Mundri west counties of western equatorial state.

South Sudan communities especially in the greater equatorial region do practice mixed farming whereby the domesticate animals for milk and meat subsistence production besides crop farming. The crisis that erupted in 2013 left most livestock vulnerable and in dire need of vaccination and medication for common livestock diseases.In order to improve nutrition status of the communities through provision of food secure environments, ACEM has embarked on supporting communities with provision of care and treatment for their livestock in order to prevent deaths and other form of losses caused by diseases. ACEM also focuses on capacity building of local communities through trainings and workshops that aim at empowering them with knowledge and necessary livestock care skills.