The latest news in our animals in disasters work
Are animals in disasters being ignored?
What do people in government and ostriches have in common? For many animal owners the answer is pretending to ignore the impending threat.Learn more
Working with the Costa Rican Red Cross to help ani...
We concluded a three-day training workshop on protecting animals in disasters for 25 members of the Costa Rican Red Cross at their headquarters in San José during the first week of march.Learn more
Making livestock central to disaster response in A...
Billions of animals affected by disasters could be protected following our recommendations at a conference in Hanoi, Vietnam, earlier this yearLearn more
Animal welfare at India's humanitarian summit
We recently attended the India Resilience Summit in New Delhi, to highlight the importance of including animals in humanitarian discussions and programmesLearn more
Animals suffer as volcano relentlessly erupts on V...
Our disaster response team has rushed to Ambae Island in Vanuatu, east of Australia. Tens of thousands of pets and farm animals are afraid, and facing death and illness due to an endlessly erupting volcano and descending volcanic ash. They’re in dire need of our helpLearn more
Protecting animals in the face of a changing clima...
To mark Earth Day 2017 (April 22), one of our experts shares information on how we’re protecting animals from natural disastersLearn more