Animal Aid Abroad Inc.

Animal Aid Abroad Inc

Helping working animals all over the world

Animal Aid Abroad Inc. (AAA) is an Australian registered charity dedicated to improving the living conditions and treatment of working animals around the world.

You can help make a big difference to the life of an injured, abused and overworked animal through animal sponsorship. Your sponsorship will go directly towards providing much needed food, medical supplies and care for your animal of choice. You can also show your support by joining Animal Aid Abroad by becoming a member, or by making a donation today.

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Find out more about AAA, view our upcoming events and get involved.

All profits from Memberships, Animal Sponsorships, Merchandise and Donations go directly towards providing aid and assistance for abused, sick and suffering animals around the world.

How You Can Help

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Make a Donation

Show your support and help provide aid to working and suffering animals all around the world by making a donation.

A donation to support an animal in need also makes a great gift and can be made in the name of a family member or friend.

All profits from donations goes directly towards providing aid and assistance for the well-being of abused and suffering animals.

Read more on how you can make a donation.

Join us by Becoming a Member

Get involved and show your support by joining Animal Aid Abroad.

Membership is paid annually, or you can choose to take out a corporate or lifetime membership.

Read more on how you can become a AAA member here.

Become a Animal Aid Abroad Volunteer

There are two ways you can volunteer:

In Australia - you can help by running stalls, attending events, help out with administration and help to spread the work of Animal Aid Abroad Inc.

Overseas - You can help aid and support animals at need up front and personally at your own expense at one of our partner organisations in Egypt, Nepal and Thailand.

Please contact Animal Aid Abroad Inc for more information.


Show your support by making a purchase from our Merchandise Store

Our merchandise makes great gifts and can be purchased online.

All profits from merchandise sales goes directly towards providing aid and assistance for the well-being of abused and suffering animals.

To find out more on how you can get involved and show your support, please visit our How You Can Help page.

Animal Aid Abroad Events Calendar

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Watch the Animal Aid Abroad video

Every day animals around the world are being overworked and abused, forced to carry heavy loads or to work for tourism purposes with little or no rest, food or water. Animal Aid Abroad works alongside partner groups to educate communities, provide shelter for animals and much needed food, water and care.


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Latest News & Projects


      2016 RAFFLE RESULTS Congratulations to the winners of our 2016 Raffle!!!!  All 5 winners were drawn by Katrina Love from the Animal Justice Party at our Quiz last night in Perth. A big thank you to the donors of these prizes- AAA Committee, Millie Iannolo, Barbara Hacker and the 'Isle of Voyage' Restaurant at the Elizabeth Quay, Perth, WA. 1st Prize: Gourmet Hamper valued at $400 was won by Jonathon Epp of Hilton, WA 2nd Prize: Freshwater Pearl set - necklace and ear rings valued at $280 won by Sarah Gillam of Harrisdale, WA 3r...
  • Tanzania Updates - June 2016

    GEOGRAPHICAL REGIONS COVERED Manyara Region (Simanjiro District) OBJECTIVE: To improve the health of donkeys in Manyara through access to veterinary services. To improve the performance and health of donkeys through capacity building of donkey owners and the community members on donkey welfare and health issues MOBILE CLINIC VETERINARIANS: Dr. Dauson Katurisa Dr. Sabbath Bwanga Ms. Irene Wairimu (Para-­‐vet)  MOBILE CLINIC ASISTANTS: Ms. Danielle Williams, MAWO USA representative  Mr. Johnson Lyimo Mr. Vi...
  • Donkey Management & Welfare Update - May 2016

    The donkeys love their new and improved site – the gate is open but this donkey doesn’t want to leave! Hoof Reduction Therapy Dr Ramesh from Donkey Sanctuary India first showed us how to trim hooves a couple of years ago. He said a donkey's hoofcare is vitally important as in a domestic situation, the rate of growth of the hoof often does not equal the rate of wear. The animals simply do not get enough movement on the right terrain to properly wear away the hoof. For amateurs like us, this task seemed complex and difficult so we steered away...
  • Donkey Management & Welfare Update - April 2016

    A Spoonful of Determination… At the request of Dr. Ramesh from Donkey Sanctuary India, we dewormed all 12 donkeys. This has become part of our regular six monthly schedule to keep the donkeys healthy. Like humans who don’t like taking medicine, the donkeys resist swallowing, make ugly faces and only partially absorb the substance. But after an hour the job was done successfully! [Right: Deworming Sheila] New Arrivals To ensure more donkeys are cared for, we increased the donkey population from 12 to 16. Our plan is to slowly bring more donke...
  • NOWZAD Update - June 2016

    A New Rescue and News on the Mobile Donkey Clinic The Nowzad donkey stables in Kabul, Afghanistan has just gained a new resident, who we are guessing due to her determination to bite or kick all of us, has yet to understand how lucky she was to be found by our vet team. But I guess that is understandable after what she has been through for many years. Shahzada; (Afghan Dari for Princess) was found abandoned by her callous former owner on the side of the road where she had collapsed, most likely to her old age as her front legs could no longer...
  • Donkey Update Report - 2016

    Equine Updates: BatuliStarting with good news, Batuli has almost recovered from her leg infection problem that troubled her since last year. Due to her old age we definitely face problem while feeding her and it's a great deal for her to do normal regular activities. But despite of her old age her body score condition has been recorded normal and she is one loving donkey of our sanctuary. Recently she has been suffering from a fetlock joint problem. However, according to our vet, it isn't a serious one and she will soon recover back to health....

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Animal Aid Abroad

Animal Aid Abroad Inc.

Postal Address:
PO Box 121 Floreat Forum
Floreat, WA, 6014
Ph: 0400 107 399
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