Here we are in the refugee camp of Nyarugusu we met a shepherd who looks after their goats. His task is to take care of his goats like a strong boy and the girls are busy with other things in their family. He starts his work at noon around 2pm and he finishes around 5pm.
Note that the domestic farming in Nyarugusu makes it easier for the refugees in many areas to survive, such as the sale of meat. And not everyone can afford to buy cow meat, chicken and especially meat is more consumed during the holiday period. But this does not explain that there are no butcher shops in Nyarugusu. There are refugees who have more than ten cows, goats and butchers who buy the meat.