Hello chicken enthusiasts! I came across this website in search for chicken raising resources so I figured I would give a shout out on the forum. I am a Peace Corps volunteer currently serving in Namibia, Africa. I am a small enterprise development volunteer in a small village in the north of the country. I was recently approached by a woman who was interested in raising chickens for eggs and meat as a way to generate income. I have a about a year of experience with backyard chickens when I was living in Montana; it was a wonderful year! However, that year certainly has not prepared me to confidently undertake a chicken project in Africa. So I am looking for any advice or resources (websites, electronic documents, etc) you have to get me pointed down the right track. Here are some brief details about the project: 50+ chickens, eggs and meat, 10 people, lots of space, limited resources, the area is hot, dry (except for 3 months during the rainy season), and sandy. There are lots of chickens wandering around here but whether or not they are good egg-laying or meat breeds, I am not sure. Additionally, commercial feed might be difficult to obtain. Assuming it is possible to get a coop built and secure area for them to run, what else should be put in order to get this operating successfully? Sorry if this seems far-fetched or vague. I appreciate you taking the time to respond. Let me know if you need more information. Cheers.