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The cost of a coffee can improve the lives of the horses – and the people – who transport it

Do you know about the close links between your cup of coffee and the working horses and their owners in Colombia?

Welcome recommendations to improve welfare in international horse transport law.

Shorter journeys, more space and better training for those involved in the transport of horses in the European Food Safety Authority report.

Help for Haitian horses, mules and donkeys and their owners

Lives of horses – and their owners – improved in rural Haiti by international project despite Covid-19.

British Equestrians for Ukraine: week one update

Organisers behind fund to help Ukrainian horses and their owners report an extraordinary response within the first week.

Statement in response to the situation in Ukraine

In light of the tragic situation in Ukraine, World Horse Welfare is currently taking steps to assess what support might be needed to help horses in the country.

The crucial role of working animals in Sustainable Development

People and organisations from around the world came together last Friday (25th February 2022) at a virtual event to demonstrate the crucial role of working animals at the Africa Regional Forum on Sustainable Development.

Equine charities host New York Climate Week event

For the first time, The Donkey Sanctuary and World Horse Welfare have taken part in the annual Climate Week NYC.

View the UN HLPF Side Event online

The jointly-hosted event looked at Working animals: Climate change and public health issues in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.

Equine charities invite stakeholders to UN event

The Donkey Sanctuary and World Horse Welfare will be hosting their first virtual side event at this year’s United Nations High Level Political Forum

International equine welfare projects adapt to Covid-19 restrictions to protect horses through the pandemic

Find out how our international projects with working horses, donkeys and mules around the world have adapted to deal with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

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