Downsized Hajj Hurts Somalia’s Livestock Trade

Downsized Hajj Hurts Somalia’s Livestock Trade

[Africanews - Africa] - 1er/08/2020
Not Business as Usual Event The Hajj, a time of celebration when Muslims journey to Mecca each year. A pilgrimage that economically benefits Somali cattle breeders and traders whose millions of livestock are imported by Saudi Arabia to nourish the attending pilgrims. However, the dramatic (...)
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