SPANA has been working in Mali since 1996, making a huge difference to the lives of thousands of working animals.
We work out of a dedicated centre in Bamako, Mali’s capital city and also run a mobile clinic to reach almost 30,000 animals a year, with almost 2,000 children benefitting from animal welfare lessons.
The SPANA mobile clinic travels to isolated communities that depend on SPANA for their animals' welfare. Recently our country director, Dr Amadou, trained 113 teachers to give animal welfare lessons, using books and other informative materials produced by SPANA. Children were so desperate to take part in the lessons that many of them shared books.
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