Judge is 29-years-old and married with four children. He lives in Arkhangai province in Mongolia and is a herdsman. In the spring of 2022, he lost his 145 head of animals (including sheep, cattle, goats, and horses) during the snow disaster. The loss of livestock resulted in his family losing their income.

Juge was accepted into the Samaritan’s Purse Winter Disaster Recovery Program, where each participant is given winter resilience training and technical assistance and provided with various agricultural supplies to achieve sustainable livelihoods with reduced livestock loss.

The training of this project has opened our eyes. – Judge

As part of the program, he received 10 head of sheep, including adults and offspring. Juge expressed his gratitude to the project team and Samaritan’s Purse and is grateful for the animals he received. He shares “I learned a huge lesson from losing all my livestock in the past natural disasters. The training of this project has opened our eyes. I am learning a lot about preparing hay, reserve pastures, planting fodder and new technologies. The animals and training provided by this project are a huge investment in my life.”

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