Spanish veterinarians examine a calf in Wazzani. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Fatima Rajab exited a corral in Marajayoun's Wazzani pulling a wobbly newborn calf for a team of Spanish veterinarians and nurses to check on, part of their tour of southern Lebanese villages.More than 20 southern villages are enjoying free veterinary services provided by UNIFIL's Spanish Battalion, which leads Sector East. A Spanish veterinary medical team accompanied by a Spanish contingent unit continued their tour Wednesday, visiting Wazzani to offer help to shepherds and provide them with medical services. Lorenzo said that raising livestock in Lebanon was done well, but that there were ways to improve it.Lorenzo also noted that the farmers were taught how to give livestock medication and vaccines.The team is expected to tour UNIFIL's Sector East until Feb. 28 .
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