Brooke, Action for Working Horses and Donkeys has now rolled out the second version of the BrookeCheck tablet app to staff in India, Pakistan, Ethiopia, Senegal, and Kenya, and greatly expanded the functionality of the software.
Recently Brooke made the exciting announcement that British showjumping star Jessica Mendoza had become our new ambassador.
Midsomer Murders star John Nettles has been announced as the voice of the new television advert for Brooke.
Brooke CEO Petra Ingram travelled to the African Union Commission HQ in Ethiopia.
The horses that accompany Daenerys Targaryen, carry the White Walkers and were part of the epic ‘Battle of the Bastards’ scene with Jon Snow, are supporting Brooke's How The Other Horse Lives campagin.
Open heart surgery survivor, seven-year-old Lucy Rayner, has taken on Brooke’s #MyMiniHackathon challenge with her pony Meric. Together they took on 10 miles in 100 days raising over £400.
Brooke hosts inter-organisational meeting to discuss ways to reduce demand for donkey hide.
'An Afternoon at Tweenhills Farm and Stud' on 15 June 2017 has raised £11,000 for Brooke
The Innovation Fund is now open for applications from organisations working in both animal welfare and human development.
European Commission recognises role of working horses and donkeys in supporting the livelihoods of people
In her job as Brooke’s Community Engagement Advisor, Melissa Liszewski sees Brooke’s work with horses in Ethiopia first hand. Here is an update from Africa.