Recent torrential rains and an overflowing reservoir have inundated the northeastern Thailand province of Sakonnakhon, with farmers are struggling to keep themselves and their animals alive as they cope with the area’s worst floods in forty-three years.
Thousands of farm animals and pets are being cared for by our disaster response team after floods and landslides hit Sri Lanka. Zebu and Elulu are just two of the animals we helped get back on their feet
We’re distributing emergency vet kits for farm animals and pets suffering in Sri Lanka. Assisting these animals will also help protect the livelihoods of thousands of people who desperately need healthy animals to survive
Protecting animals in disasters is critical to reduce suffering, and safeguard food security and livelihoods. We’re at a United Nations event in Mexico this week, calling on governments to include animals in disaster policies