Government ministers from a number of African countries, including Chad, Senegal and Tanzania, have signed a historic declaration urging the African Union Commission to install a continental ban on the donkey skin trade for at least the next 15 years.
The UN General Assembly has adopted a ground-breaking resolution, which urges member states to protect the health and lives of working animals as part of efforts to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
New figures from Brooke have revealed that three quarters of people agree in some capacity they have a closer bond with their pet than people in their family.
Chiara Soletti, Global External Affairs Advisor at Brooke, covers the newly-launched Sharm el-Sheikh Joint Work on Implementation of Climate Action on Agriculture and Food Security and explains why this is good news for working livestock.
To mark Antimicrobial Awareness Week, Brooke's Senior Manager of Global Animal Health Dr Shereene Williams sheds a light on the difficult reality for vets around the world as they balance animal health with a lack of resources.
Brooke's new Christmas animation with a voiceover from Dragon’s Den star and Brooke supporter Deborah Meaden, highlights the importance of the relationship we have with animals. Building strong bonds help heal the bodies and hearts of working horses and donkeys around the world.
Anna Marry and Chiara Soletti of Brooke's External Affairs team discuss the Nexus Resolution that was adopted by the UN earlier this year.
The International Coalition for Working Equids (ICWE), which includes Brooke, is proud to celebrate its fifth anniversary of collaborative work to improve the health and welfare of working equids globally.
Brooke’s Global Farriery Advisor Angus Wiseman was recently joined by Robin May of the Worshipful Company of Farriers on a trip to Senegal, where Brooke West Africa has been training and mentoring farriers as part of the Global Farriery Project.
Almost 800,000 livestock have been killed, many of them likely to be working horses, donkeys and mules.