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Committee on World Food Security
19 October 2016

For the first time, the contributions of working livestock including horses, donkeys and mules to food security and nutrition, has been officially recognised by the UN in livestock recommendations formally endorsed by the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) on Monday 17 October 2016 in Rome.

Gharry horse, Ethiopia
27 September 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.

27 September 2016

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.

27 September 2016

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.

Man on phone
27 September 2016

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.

19 August 2016

To mark World Humanitarian Day our country representative from Senegal, Elizabeth Coates, writes about the contributions of horses, donkeys and mules to humanitarian and relief work.

Coal mine donkey in Pakistan
25 May 2016

In a huge milestone for Brooke’s global animal welfare and advocacy work, the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) has for the first time announced a set of welfare standards for working horses, donkey and mules.