Vet-Care Organization (VCO) is a Sudanese non-governmental, non-political, non-ethnic, non-religion and not-for-profit organization; with independent legal entity established in accordance with the Humanitarian and Voluntary Work Act.
VCO was founded in 2003 by a group of Sudanese professionals who worked in rural development projects (Sudan Village Concept projects I&II) while they were University students.
VCO aims at empowering rural communities to achieve food security, improved livelihood and peace through helping them develop their organizational and technical capabilities, support them with technical inputs and link them with relevant resources and markets.
Strengthen the Food Security and Livelihood Recovery of Vulnerable Households- West Kordofan State:
This project is funded through the CHF-Sudan and it aims at improving the food security and livelihood situation of 6,250 individuals (1,250 vulnerable HHs) in South Kordofan State.
The project targeted newly displaced people (IDPs) & Non-Displaced Severely Affected communities in Al Sunut and El Salam localities, where low inputs, low return of agriculture and livestock are the main sources of livelihoods.
The project is directly addressing the root causes of food insecurity and factors that affecting livelihood standards of the targeted communities