Brooke has announced Huufe as its official tracking app for MyHackathon 2019.
An estimated 100 million working horses, donkeys and mules contribute to the livelihoods of many poor communities around the world. Yet, their contribution does not receive the same recognition as other livestock in policies and programmes. Furthermore, gaps in education and training of animal health practitioners and lack of awareness of good welfare practices amongst equine owners mean that all over the world equids suffer unnecessarily.
Brooke and Afghanaid have launched a partnership to improve the health and productivity of livestock owned by 4000 farmers in the Central Highlands province of Daykundi, Afghanistan by 2022.
Brooke’s inaugural Christmas carol service raised much-needed funds for working horses and donkeys.
A new five-year, multi-agency project is set to study new ways to tackle the widespread and debilitating disease Epizootic Lymphangitis (EZL) that has a significant impact on horses, donkeys, mules and human livelihoods in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Brooke has co-planned a cross sector workshop with The Donkey Sanctuary in Partnership with SAIEVAC
Brooke Ethiopia officially opened the Dodola Town Equine Welfare Service and Training Centre in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia, providing a much needed resource for the area’s many working horses, donkeys and mules.
November 2018 marks 100 years since the end of WW1 and the conclusion of Brooke’s year-long Every Horse Remembered campaign, which highlights the heroic struggle of working horses, donkeys and mules of the past and present, and help build better lives for future generations.
Brooke has approved an emergency grant of £23,000 to provide food for an estimated 1300 animals affected by the ongoing devastating drought in Senegal.
Brooke has been chosen as the official charity for the World Equestrian Games in North Carolina on 11 - 23 September.