Brooke has recruited five new trustees including three from countries it operates in. The trustees, from India, Senegal, Kenya and the UK attended their first board meeting on Wednesday 12 October 2016.
In Ethiopia’s Halaba district, painful and unnecessary wounds caused by ill-fitting or poorly designed bits are common in the gharry horses. These horses pull gharries - carts or carriages used to transport people or goods.
In January 2016, animal health centres in Kofele Woreda, Ethiopia were destroyed during local protests. With the help of Brooke staff, the local community and government, animal health care services are resuming.
Equine fairs provide Brooke with an opportunity to learn more about the communities that attend them. One project of in the field research took Dr Dinesh Mohite from Brooke India to Argentina to present the team's findings.
The First International Conference on Human Behaviour Change for Animal Welfare took place last week in Dorking, Surrey and Brooke staff were there to share their expertise.
Brooke’s Aberdeenshire Community Fundraising group’s best known member, Porridge the donkey, has been commemorated for his outstanding support.
Ugne Bubnaityte, star of the Great British Bake-Off 2015, awarded the prize for best cake at the Brooke Burghley bake off, which took place at Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials on 3 September 2016.
Chantelle Brandwood, took on ‘The Wall’ running race for Brooke, following Hadrian’s wall across the country, covering an outstanding 69 miles.
Chef d’Equipe of Team GB’s dressage team, Richard Waygood, is back from the Olympics and has spoken to Brooke about his Rio 2016 experience.
Triple Olympic gold medallist and Brooke global ambassador Charlotte Dujardin's photo diary of her October 2015 trip to India.