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THE PROBLEM

Maun and its surrounding villages are home to an estimated 40,000 semi-owned dogs and 25,000 free roaming donkeys, with the associated animal welfare issues that these numbers entail. Animal cruelty laws have not been updated since 1966, and in a country where 30.6% of the population lives below the poverty line, access to affordable veterinary care is limited. 

 
MOBILE OUTREACH

We dispatch veterinary teams to remote areas, bringing vital veterinary treatment to isolated communities. We’ve travelled the length and breadth of Botswana, a country the size of France, to deliver the chance of a better future to thousands of animals.


THE SOLUTION

We provide free veterinary services to low-income villagers across Botswana. We have sterilised and vaccinated tens of thousands of dogs to reduce breeding and disease, and fitted reflective ear tags to thousands of donkeys to prevent night-time traffic accidents. We also reunite, rehome, and rehabilitate lost, found, and stray animals, and provide emergency treatment.


THE SOLUTION

The only CNVR (collect, neuter, vaccinate, return) society in Botswana, we provide free veterinary services to low-income villagers across the north of the country. Since 2003 we have sterilised and vaccinated tens of thousands of dogs and cats; reducing breeding, preventing disease, and improving welfare. We also provide life-saving emergency treatment; humane euthanasia to animals beyond help; and we reunite, rehome, and rehabilitate lost, found, and stray animals.


THE SOLUTION

The only CNVR (collect, neuter, vaccinate, return) society in Botswana, we provide free veterinary services to low-income villagers across the north of the country. Since 2003 we have sterilised and vaccinated tens of thousands of dogs and cats; reducing breeding, preventing disease, and improving welfare. We also provide life-saving emergency treatment; humane euthanasia to animals beyond help; and we reunite, rehome, and rehabilitate lost, found, and stray animals.
 
CLINIC WORK
From our clinic in Maun we run Botswana’s only CNVR (collect, neuter, vaccinate, return) operation: sterilising and vaccinating the region’s large dog and feral cat population. We also provide an ‘emergency first-response’ service to injured livestock.

 
PROTECTING WILDLIFE
We visit rural areas where villagers live side-by-side with Botswana's rich and varied wildlife. Our work helps to prevent the transmission of rabies and canine distemper: diseases which can decimate wildlife including the African Wild Dog, lions, leopards and cheetahs.