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Be a responsible owner and take good care of your dog

April 26, 2021

The decision to own a dog is not forced. It is voluntary and is arrived at based on the benefits...

Know the basic freedoms animals should enjoy on the farm

April 26, 2021

Animals are reared for different goods and services they offer to human beings. They provide food and other products, offer...

Vaccinate your chicken against common diseases

May 3, 2021

Chickens are very susceptible to diseases. Together with predators and thievery, diseases account for the biggest losses in indigenous chicken rearing. If a farmer doesn't watch out for diseases, the flock can be wiped out within days. The most dreaded...

Take preventive action against rabies

April 30, 2021

Rabies, also known as Hydrophobia (fear of water), is a highly serious viral infection. There are an estimated 55,000 human deaths annually from rabies worldwide, with almost half of them (24,000) occurring in Africa. In Tanzania, rabies kills about 1,500...

2019 End Of Year Report

March 21, 2020

DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE This year has been quite eventful for Education for Africa Animal Welfare (EAAW). Our team has worked very hard, we have gained much, learned much, taught much and shared much. This year, we have been proud to have...

EAAW Attends Open Wing Alliance Cape Town Summit

EAAW Attends Open Wing Alliance Cape Town Summit

January 1, 2020

Education for African Animals Welfare attended the Open Wing Alliance African regional summit that was held in Cape Town, from 16th to 18th September 2019. We continue to support Our recent incorporation as one of the members of Open Wing...

21st Annual International Companion Animal Welfare Conference

EAAW Attends the 21st Annual International Companion Animal Welfare Conference

January 1, 2020

Education for African Animal Welfare recently attended the 21st Annual International Companion Animal Welfare Conference, as represented by our director Mr. Ayubu Nnko. The conference was held at Valletta in Malta. Figure 1. The conference was organized by Dogs Trust...