Marking the United Nations' 75th Anniversary, Harry Bignell, Brooke's Global External Affairs Officer, argues that we cannot achieve the Sustainable Development Goals without investing in animal health systems
In September 2019, Brooke Ethiopia completed construction of a £27,330 (1.3m ETB) vet clinic in the small village of Abossa Ademogne, located in the West Arsi Zone of the Oromia Regional State. The clinic is designed to serve up to 12,842 equines and many other animals living in nearby villages.
Brooke has appointed Chris Wainwright as its new Chief Executive.
Like much of the world, Kenya imposed strict lockdown measures in March to combat the spread of Covid-19, meaning that Brooke East Africa had to get resourceful to ensure that equine owning communities still received support.
This summer, TV broadcaster and long-time Brooke supporter Jan Leeming is urging the public to show off their gardens and home produce to help working horses, donkeys and mules and the families who depend on them for their livelihoods.
Millions of animal mad Brits are getting so close to their pets that they are treating them just like humans, a survey by Brooke has shown.
Women from over 100 equine welfare groups across Ahmednagar, Fatehpur and Uttar Pradesh in India have stepped up to produce over 20,000 cloth face masks for their communities as it’s reported the country has now recorded over one million cases of Coronavirus.
On 10 July 2020, Brooke and the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Senegal to the United Nations (UN), held a side event at the High-Level Political Forum (HLPF), hosted by the UN.
This month, Brooke’s supporters voted to crown Megan, Jessica and Yashitha as winners of the Adult (18 and over), Teen (12-17) and Under 12 categories in the first ever DonkaDoodle Art Competition.
Brooke and The Worshipful Company of Farriers (WCF) have announced today that they will work together on the charity’s Global Farriery Project.