- Dry and hot weather prevailed throughout the month in the entire district.
- The quality and quantity of browse and pasture had started to diminish as a result of the intense temperature forcing pastoralists to drive large satellite herds southwards and towards the dry season grazing areas within the Boni Forest.
- Medium and large water pans contained fair quantities of water hence there has been no much water stress in any of the divisions. However, quality of water remained extremely poor.
- The average livestock prices gradually picked up after the recent opening of the market although, the said livestock market has not fully recovered yet.
- The livestock body condition and health was rated fair for cattle but poor for shoats.
- Compared to last reporting period, the nutritional status of children aged below 5 years based on the MUAC measurement generally indicated some improvement in comparison with preceding month. The rate for those at risk was recorded at 19 %
- Suspected cases of Lumpy Skin Disease, Helminthiasis, pulpy kidney disease and CCPP were reported in parts of Hulugho, Sangailu and Ijara divisions.
- The availability of milk had increased virtually in all the divisions.
- Generally the drought situation in the entire district is at Alert stage and worsening