By Jessie Khera  (Brooke Staff)
12 Jan 2015


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When working animals become sick or injured, traditional treatments passed down through generations are often used. Some are very good for the animals – such as cleaning a wound with salt water but there are many other practices that do more harm than good.


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By Felix Holman  (Programme Advisor (Africa))
05 Jan 2015


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No real access to education, no other opportunities for livelihoods - these are families living in a harsh environment and their donkeys, their silent helpers, are critical and core to all these activities.


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By Kim Wells  (Senior Welfare Advisor)
27 Nov 2014


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How are owners meant to take better care of their animals if they're so poor?

 

 

 

 

 

 


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By Jehan Mir  (Brooke Supporter)
25 Sep 2014


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Jehan Mir tells of her recent 10,000 ft Skydive to raise money for the Brooke.

 

 

 

 

 


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