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.
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.
On Sunday 23 April our eight London Marathon runners took on the 26.2 mile circuit around the capital to raise over £14,000 between them for working horses, donkeys and mules. One of our runners, Caroline Robinson, has written about her experience.
On the 24 March 2016, Brooke West Africa’s partner, the Union des Groupements Paysans de Meckhé (UGPM), launched a new three-year welfare project, Wormaal Mala.
Brooke will appear in the official commemorative publication for The Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebration to take place at Windsor Castle this month. Brooke is one of only two equine charities to be featured in the book.
It's one year on since the first of several severe shocks hit Nepal, in the biggest earthquake the country in the last 80 years.
On World Water Day today, Brooke is calling for better recognition of the working equines that help provide water for people living in the developing world.