Brooke East Africa Senior Animal Welfare Officer James Kithuka discusses Brooke's Agrovet Mentoring Framework, which aims to empower agrovets and transform animal health.
Brooke addressed representatives from government, the private sector and civil society at the United Nations Headquarters in New York on 20 July, urging them to ensure the inclusion of working animals within policy and programmes of investment.
Brooke and the Action for Animal Health coalition held a parliamentary event on 4 July, asking governments to invest in animal health to prevent future pandemics.
Pakistan was hit by one of the worst floods in its history a year ago, leading to a national emergency affecting millions of people. Brooke played a pivotal role in supporting communities and their working equines on the road to recovery.
World leaders will meet this September to review the progress of the Sustainable Development Goals and settle on a Political Declaration. Having read the zero draft, Senior External Affairs Advisor Anna Marry discusses omissions that need addressing.
Brooke India is supporting equine-owning communities in the Himalayas with essential veterinary care, as they make the hazardous migration to new land for their animals to graze.
This World Environment Day on 5 June, Brooke East Africa and KENDAT launch a recycle initiative at Brooke’s Donkey Care Club in Kenya.
Brooke’s Global Animal Health Advisor, Dr Shereene Williams, spoke to The Webinar Vet’s podcast to discuss Brooke and the World Veterinary Association (WVA)’s first ever global list of essential veterinary medicines for livestock.
This week, Brooke joined members of the International Coalition for Animal Welfare (ICFAW) at the 90th World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH) General Session.
Brooke’s Global External Affairs team works to raise the visibility of working equids at every level, from grassroots to international, advocating to improve their lives and enact long term change.