Partnerships that create change
Animal Aid Abroad is a partner-based charity — we couldn’t do what we do if it wasn’t for these organisations. We don’t set up ‘Animal Aid Abroad’ branded sanctuaries or establishments. Instead, we fund, train, and assist our project partners and empower them to better support the animals in their community.
NOWZAD EQUINE CLINIC | www.nowzad.com
Nowzad is committed to rescuing abandoned donkeys and training members of the community in better equine care. AAA assists Nowzad's equine welfare program.
ANIMAL RAHAT | www.animalrahat.com
Founded in 2003, Animal Rahat cares for some of the most neglected bullocks, donkeys, camels, and horses in the world through veterinary services and community support. AAA supports Animal Rahat's rescued bullocks program.
HIS-INDIA | www.his-india.in
Help in Suffering is a large animal welfare group in Jaipur that assists many animals including a camel hospital, mobile clinic and rescue. They have a Camel Rescue Centre, 35 staff, three ambulances, and two mobile vet clinics. AAA supports HIS's camel clinics and rescue.
FRENDICOES SECA | https://friendicoes.org/
Tripling in size since 1979, Frendicoes uses their Mobile Equine Ambulance to treat equines in and around Delhi. The Equine Team have over 2,500 working equines in their care. AAA supports Friendicoes mobile equine clinic, para-vet equine program and sanctuary where many rescued equines live.
PEOPLE FOR ANIMALS TRUST | http://www.pfafaridabad.com/
PFA is India’s largest animal welfare group, and works to rescue and rehabilitate sick and needy animals. Nationwide, they currently have a 165-strong team, 26 hospitals, and 50 mobile units. Animal Aid Abroad assists PFA's water program in Faridabad city.
ANIMAL FRIENDS JOGJA | www.animalfriendsjogja.org
This organisation is dedicated to improving the welfare of the animals through education, awareness campaigns, and rescues. AAA supports AFJ's carriage horse welfare program.
GILI ECO-TRUST | www.giliecotrust.com
Many working horses in the Gilis’ suffer from neglect, and their basic needs are ignored. The horses here have a much short lifespan due to the unfair demands put on them — Gili Eco-Trust combats this with treatment and care for these equines in trusted vet clinics. AAA helps support this vital program.
PEGASUS SOCIETY FOR PROTECTION OF HORSES AND DONKEYS | www.eng.pegasus-israel.org
This organisation works tirelessly for abused, mistreated, and abandoned equines. They have a rehabilitation sanctuary where rescued animals never have to work again, but receive much needed warmth, care, and love. AAA supports a number of equines at the Pegasus sanctuary through our sponsorship program.
LILONGWE SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION AND CARE OF ANIMALS | http://www.lilongwespca.org/
LSPCA provides donkey clinics and welfare, farm clinics, and vet training. Their main areas of treatment include open wounds, worming, and injuries from beatings. Donkeys are extremely undervalued in Malawi, so LSPCA are working to change ownership culture and encourage owners to respect their equines. AAA supports LSPCA by funding emergency response and care of injured working donkeys.
ANIMAL NEPAL | www.animalnepal.wordpress.com
Based in Lalitpur District, Kathmandu Valley, Animal Nepal is run by volunteers who work tirelessly to assist street dogs, working equines, and working elephants. They manage three rehabilitation centers, have an equine outreach program, we well as a donkey sanctuary. AAA supports a number of donkeys and mules at Animal Nepal's sanctuary through our sponsorship program.
SOCIAL AND ANIMAL WELFARE SERVICE | www.facebook.com/Social-and-Animal-Welfare-Service-SAWS-446714538791041/
Formed to eradicate animal cruelty, SAWS strives to support working animals through training, education, conversation, and social awareness. AAA supports SAWS mobile donkey clinics.
BRIDGING LANKA | www.bridginglanka.org
Donkeys were once beloved in Sri Lanka, but now they’re considered feral and are regularly abandoned by their owners. Bridging Lanka uses donkey management and welfare, feeding stations, relocation programs, clinics, and more to help these animals get the care, respect and compassion they deserve. AAA supports Bridging Lanka's donkey clinic and a number of equines through our sponsorship program.
MERU ANIMAL WELFARE ORGANISATION | www.meruanimalwelfare.org
Meru fights for freedom on behalf of working animals — freedom from hunger, discomfort, pain, injury and disease, fear, and freedom to just ‘be’. Their vision is to see a world where every working animal is respected. AAA supports MAWO's outreach mobile donkey clinics, harnessing, education and carts program.
TANZANIA ANIMAL WELFARE SOCIETY | www.taweso.org
TAWESO is made up of educators, vets, agricultural workers, and everyday people. This group hopes to eradicate animal cruelty in Tanzania through education and training, as well as medical treatments for animals. AAA supports TAWESO's outreach mobile donkey clinics, harnessing, education and carts program.
TANZANIA ANIMAL WELFARE CHARITY | www.facebook.com/Tanzania-Animal-Welfare-Charity-803343206469996/
Even though they’re small, Tanzania Animal Welfare Charity is making a big difference in their local community. They are dedicated to improving animal welfare in Tanzania and collaborate with a range of organisations to reach as many animals as possible.
MWAMFUMBA MULTIPURPOSE COOPERATIVE ANIMAL WELFARE SOCIETY
MMCAWS provides care and medical procedures to mistreated donkeys. They also educate local communities on proper care for their donkeys, and provide information on feeding, grooming, rest, and treating sickness or injury. AAA supports MMCAWS's outreach mobile donkey clinics, harnessing, carts and education program.
CAMBODIA PONY WELFARE ORGANISATION | www.cambodiaponywelfare.org
With the primary goal to improve the health and welfare of ponies in Cambodia, CPWO ultimately wants to empower individuals to be responsible in animal owners. AAA supports CPWO's outreach clinics and education program.
KURDISTAN ORGANISATION OF ANIMAL RIGHTS PROTECTION | www.koarp.org
KOARP is a professional, volunteer-run group that works with pasturing, domestic, and street animals. They raise awareness through education and training and would like to see animal cruelty in Kurdistan abolished in the near future. AAA supports KOARP's outreach clinics to assist equines, camels, shepherd dogs and other animals.