Tanzania

21 April 2015

Working with: ARUSHA (Society for the Protection of Animals)

SPANA has previously worked in Tanzania to build animal welfare clubs that teach children practical tips about maintaining their working animals.

In 2015, SPANA will provide donkey welfare education through these previously formed animal welfare clubs to 50 teachers and 250 students, who will then be able to demostrate examples of proper animals maintenance and welfare to local people in their local villages.

Meru Animal Welfare Organisation workersWorking with: Meru Animal Welfare Organisation (MAWO)

SPANA is teaming up with Meru Animal Welfare Organisation (MAWO) to train 40 Community Animal Health workers about basic equine health care and husbandry. The project provides start-up first aid kits to participants in nine villages, providing emergency care to more than 500 working animals.

To support this training, mobile clinics are run on a quarterly basis in order to treat clinical cases, give Community Animal Health workers experience, and educate communities about animal welfare.

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