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Woman under tent in flood ravaged Pakistan

More than 800,000 animals killed

Veterinarians without Borders/Vétérinaires sans frontièrs works on big picture challenges of nutrition, disease and gender equality by concentrating on small, workable solutions.


The impact of the catastrophic flooding in Pakistan is huge, with more than 1/3rd of the country impacted, more than 800,000 animals killed. Veterinarians without borders will partner with local organizations to aid animals and their families in crisis. Donate now to help those that are struggling to keep their animals and rebuild their families.

Your donation today is urgently needed. Thank you for being so kind.

 

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Veterinarians without Borders values our donor relationships. We adhere to the standards published by Imagine Canada's Ethical Code Program, which lays out a set of principles for charitable organizations, and assures that they manage and report their financial affairs responsibly.

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Stories From Around The World

Reflections from the Red Soils: My VETS volunteer journey in Ghana

Reflections from the Red Soils: My VETS volunteer journey in Ghana

#VETSVolunteerVoices aims to bring you the stories of our passionate VETS program volunteers from the field. This reflective blog was contributed by Maria Stanborough, a Communications Volunteer with our VETS program in Ghana in February 2024.

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Nurturing Mother Earth: Transforming Kenya's Dairy Sector through Composting

Nurturing Mother Earth: Transforming Kenya's Dairy Sector through Composting

As we mark International Mother Earth Day in 2024, we explore how composting is revolutionizing the dairy sector in Kenya, fostering sustainability and resilience in the face of climate change.

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South Sudan Program Impact: Resilience and Community Transformation in Torit County

South Sudan Program Impact: Resilience and Community Transformation in Torit County

As phase one (March 2023-March 2024) of our resilience and livelihood program in South Sudan completes, we share key activities, achievements and program impacts. Building upon success, phase two of our critical work in the region is already underway.

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  • My voluntary assignments in Ghana for the past three years have dramatically improved animal production in terms of reducing mortality and increasing the size of the herd/flock.
    - Joseph Ansong-Danquah

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