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Albania is situated on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea, with Montenegro and Serbia to the north, Macedonia to the east, and Greece to the south. Slightly larger than Maryland, Albania is composed of two major regions: a mountainous highland region (north, east, and south) constituting 70% of the land area, and a western coastal lowland region that contains nearly all of the country’s agricultural land and is the most densely populated part of Albania.
A part of Illyria in ancient times and later of the Roman Empire, Albania was ruled by the Byzantine Empire from 535 to 1204. An alliance (1444–1466) of Albanian chiefs failed to halt the advance of the Ottoman Turks, and the country remained under at least nominal Turkish rule for more than four centuries, until it proclaimed its independence on Nov. 28, 1912.
Afghanistan has the twelfth highest density of working horses and donkeys in the world with over 1.7 million animals. Many of these are vulnerable because they work in difficult conditions – pulling and carrying heavy loads in brick kilns and urban areas. The post conflict situation, the continuous droughts and the ongoing internal warfare in Afghanistan has severely damaged basic infrastructure, which has left the government and the aid agencies with very limited resources for development. Currently it is estimated that 36% of the total population in Afghanistan are living below the poverty line and over 80% of the equine owning communities fall within this category.
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