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Join virtual presentations about VWB/VSF's in-the-field work.

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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Webinar Replay: How can

Webinar Replay: How can "One Health" approaches empower communities to enhance women's health globally?

Watch the replay of our one-hour live webinar during International Women’s Month 2024 to delve into the intersectionality of One Health and women's health, discussing interventions that enhance the well-being of women and communities.

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Register for VWB/VSF's Webinar: Ukraine 2 Years later

Register for VWB/VSF's Webinar: Ukraine 2 Years later

Join us for a compelling webinar as we delve into the animal health landscape in Ukraine, two years after the onset of the war.

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Follow-up to our “One Health Day” Webinar:  Q&A with the Panel

Follow-up to our “One Health Day” Webinar: Q&A with the Panel

In this article, we present a summary of the Questions and Answers gathered after our live One Health Day webinar (which took place on November 3, 2023), because of the value in the continuation of such an important conversation.

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Register for VWB/VSF's One Health Day Webinar

Register for VWB/VSF's One Health Day Webinar

Interested in learning more about how One Health ? Join our informative webinar sessions, hosted by Veterinarians Without Borders/Vétérinaires Sans Frontières' (VWB/VSF). Our next webinar includes Dr. William de Glanville (VWB/VSF), Julie Truelove (WaterAid Canada), and Dr. Regan McLeod (DVM). Learn about the importance of implementing a One Health approach into international development programming, and more.

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Register for VWB/VSF's VETS webinars

Register for VWB/VSF's VETS webinars

Interested in learning more about our international work? Join our informative webinar sessions, hosted by VWB/VSF VETS volunteers and other team members! Learn about what it's like to work in the field with our local partners, the impact volunteers can make, and more.

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Register for VWB/VSF's Ukraine Webinar Series

Register for VWB/VSF's Ukraine Webinar Series

In an effort to continue building animal welfare capacity in Ukraine, VWB/VSF is hosting monthly webinars for Ukrainian veterinarians, veterinary technicians, animal shelter workers, students, and more. They will be simultaneously hosted in both English and Ukrainian.

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Stories From Around The World

Avian Influenza Overview: What You Need to Know and Where to Learn More

Avian Influenza Overview: What You Need to Know and Where to Learn More

In this article, wildlife health specialist and VWB/VSF Board Member, Jolene Giancinti (BHSc, DVM, PhD) answers common questions and reviews best practices around Avian Influenza Viruses (AIVs). The goal is to provide you with a technical overview and spark your interest in learning more.

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Ask an Expert:

Ask an Expert: "How can we work with northern communities to strengthen access to animal health care?" with Dr. Trace MacKay

Holding over 21 years of veterinary experience, Dr. MacKay has volunteered her time with VWB since the formation of VWB Canada in the early 2000s.

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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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  • 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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