January 16, 2013 (BOR) - Indian peacekeepers in Jonglei state are now actively involved in treating sick domestic animals in the state, UN officials said on Monday.
Veterinary doctor and Indian army representative Lt Col Shiba Kumar Mishra told the press in the state capital, Bor that his battalion is undertaking various projects in Jonglei counties in a bid to gain acceptance from communities in the region.
“We are doing many things in the areas in which we are deployed to win the hearts (...)
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