Working equids make a crucial contribution to communities and economies around the world. Unfortunately, they are often overlooked and excluded from plans, negatively impacting their welfare and that of the people who depend on them.
Dr Shereene Williams, Global Animal Health Advisor at Brooke, discusses the difficulties vets face in accessing essential medicines and how Brooke is working for change.
Pandemic treaty negotiations must include actions to minimise the risk of diseases spilling over from animals to people. This was the prevailing message as an all-women panel came together for Action for Animal Health’s online event on Tuesday 28 June.
As events unfold in Afghanistan, our thoughts are with all people and communities struggling at this time of great uncertainty.
Pam St Clement was in attendance as Lord and Lady Heseltine hosted an open garden day at Thenford Arboretum and Gardens in aid of Brooke.
In his new book, How to Prevent the Next Pandemic, Bill Gates misses a crucial piece of the puzzle; animal health systems. Ellie Parravani, from Brooke's External Affairs team, discusses why animal health should have been included.
Brooke Research Advisor Ruth Jobling discusses the importance of ethics and context when conducting research around the world.
Dr Josphat Matara, a vet based in Meru, Kenya, talks us through his day and his wider experiences as a vet.
A new study conducted by Brooke suggests that pet owners are more likely to take their pet for a routine check-up at the vet than go to the doctor for a check-up themselves.
Brooke has launched a brand new three-year strategy that will aim to reach and improve the lives of more animals and communities than ever before.