Dozens of Brooke supporters stepped up to take part in the 2.6 Challenge in April, raising a total of just under £12,000 to help working horses, donkeys and mules around the world.
This spring, Pakistani women from equine owning communities in the district of Faisalabad put their stitching skills to good use by creating 500 face masks to help protect their communities from Covid-19.
As Coronavirus cases and deaths rise in Afghanistan, Brooke, through its partner DCA (Dutch Committee for Afghanistan), has ensured that equine-owning communities continue to receive vital support and advice on how to keep themselves and their animals safe.
Migrant workers and labourers in India’s informal sector experience the highest amounts of socio-economic disruption and are considered particularly vulnerable during COVID-19.
Brooke East Africa CEO Fred Ochieng shares a message for National Donkey Day, 17 May in Kenya.
Brooke Patron and broadcaster Alastair Stewart hosted Brooke’s first ever virtual quiz on Wednesday 6 May, raising a total of £3175.
Jonathan Collier, Global External Affairs Advisor for Brooke marks World Donkey Day 2020 by taking stock of the damaging trade in donkey skins.
Brooke is urging supporters to pick up their pens and paint brushes and take part in a brand new art competition, with the chance to have their winning designs sold as greeting cards on Brooke Shop later this year.
Marking World Vet Day 2020 on 25 April, Brooke’s Laura Skippen, Veterinary Advisor and partner, provides updates from veterinary work around the globe.
India announced a countrywide lockdown on 24 March 2020, following the increase in COVID-19 cases in the country. Just prior to the announcement, the central government released an exhaustive list of essential items and services, which included veterinary services.