Here are four examples of how Brooke is helping to promote the importance of fresh water and improving access.
After more than a year of virtual meetings, Brooke CEO Chris Wainwright finally got the chance to visit Brooke West Africa in February 2022.
Gemma Carder, Brooke Research Coordinator, discusses the need for an evidence-based approach in tackling the donkey skin trade.
This International Women’s Day, Brooke is breaking the bias and shining a light on some of the women making a difference in their communities.
The United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) yesterday passed a historic resolution recognising the pivotal role of animal welfare in sustainable development and environmental health.
Two recent surveys suggest that mules aren't getting the respect we at Brooke think they deserve! Find out why we think mules rule!
In an African first, 11 students graduated with a government-accredited certification in farriery on Friday 4 February at the Vocational Training Centre of Thies, Senegal.
As governments prepare to negotiate a historic pandemic treaty, we highlight why prevention will fail if governments don't invest in animal health in lower income countries.
India’s donkey population has fallen by 61% since 2012, according to a study by Brooke India investigating the hidden presence of the donkey skin trade in the region.
The needs of working horses and donkeys in low-to-middle-income countries (LMICs) are being overlooked by governments, according to Brooke. Our research found that many countries are not gathering reliable data on equine populations, leaving them vulnerable to disease and at increased threat from the donkey skin trade.