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Join us on International Volunteer Day (Dec. 5) for a free virtual event: Committed to Solidarity

This Monday, December 5th, is International Volunteer Day, and you're invited to join Veterinarians Without Borders (VWB/VSF) and other Canadian volunteer organizations, in partnership with Global Affairs Canada, for a free virtual event: Committed to Solidarity. The event will take place from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET.

Join us and hear partners and volunteers discuss their volunteer experiences, along with gender equality and justice, decolonization of international aid, citizen participation, communication, and the environment. There will be an opportunity to take part in a Q & A period after the panel. All past, present, and future international volunteers are welcome!

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VETS Volunteer Voices: Building Capacity for a Better Tomorrow

VETS Volunteer Voices: Building Capacity for a Better Tomorrow

#VETSVolunteerVoices aims to bring you the stories of our passionate VETS program volunteers from the field. This blog (part 3 of 3) was contributed by Izabela Wlodarczyk, a Communications Volunteer with our VETS program in Laos (Feb-June 2024).

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150 animals and counting: Visiting Ukraine's Patron Pet Center

150 animals and counting: Visiting Ukraine's Patron Pet Center

Recently, Veterinarians Without Borders North America's (VWB) Ukraine Program Manager, Daria Kuznetsova, visited the Patron Pet Center in Kyiv.

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Webinar Replay: How can

Webinar Replay: How can "One Health" approaches enhance community resilience in a changing climate?

Watch the replay of our one-hour live webinar held on June 5th, World Environment Day 2024, to explore how rural communities are adapting to climate change impacts through One Health approaches.

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  • I have seen first-hand the benefits of capacity building and gender empowerment for smallholder livestock farmers, and stakeholders in the livestock sector.
    - Dr. Shauna Richards

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