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Landmark animal aid bound for Cuba
Cuban economists estimate the effect of the hurricanes has put the country’s development back eighteen years. This is the first time an animal welfare organization has been allowed to conduct a disaster assessment in the country.

Mongolian herdsmen applaud WSPA programs
WSPA's equine projects celebrate their first achievements in improving animals' health and people's lives. Before the treatments, local herders were losing more than 500 horses per year due to parasite-related diseases.

A helping hand for horses and donkeys
A recent WSPA grant is helping the Gambian Horse and Donkey Trust (GHDT) provide college-level training to combat the lack of local animal welfare knowledge and education that results in suffering for hardworking equines.

Animal relief reaches Cuba
A second shipment of veterinary supplies and drugs reached Cuba yesterday, met by one of WSPA’s experienced vets. The extent of the damage may be what prompted the government to allow WSPA to mount the first ever disaster relief operation by an international animal welfare group within Cuba.

One year later: WSPA assesses the impact of animal relief work in Haiti
Launched a public awareness campaign to educate Haitians about disaster preparedness and health issues related to their livestock and pets.

Situation critical for Gaza's animals
The vets’ findings mirrored the anticipated acute animal first aid needs, with conflict-related injuries and wounds and lack of food and water causing the greatest and most immediate suffering.

Battling Bolivia's Floods
WSPA and member society Animales S.O.S. are feeding thousands of animals left stranded during increasingly severe floods in Bolivia which began late last year.

WSPA partners with Sphere India to help the animals of Kashmir survive the winter
WSPA was recently approached by Sphere India, a national coalition of humanitarian agencies working in India, and asked to contribute our animal welfare expertise and leadership following flash flooding and mud slides in Kashmir which have affected more than 23 villages that depend on nearly 14,000 animals for their livelihoods.

Animal groups pledge $1.1M dollars for long-term animal relief efforts in Haiti
The Animal Relief Coalition for Haiti (ARCH) announced a $1.1 million-dollar agreement with the Haitian government aimed at improving animal welfare conditions and repairing the country’s damaged veterinary capacity in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake of January 12.

Haiti: A Six-Month Update
Thanks to the generous donations from WSPA supporters, our disaster management team – as part of the Animal Relief Coalition for Haiti (ARCH) – has made great strides in providing disaster relief to the animals and people of Haiti during the past six months.

WSPA Disaster Relief - UPDATE
WSPA uses its expertise and knowledge to react quickly to disasters all over the world. Communication is difficult due to power cuts, but to date assistance has not been needed for animals in the region.

WSPA-led Coalition Proudly Completes Operation in Haiti
Formed by WSPA and the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) just days after the earthquake in 2010, ARCH was comprised of more than 20 of the world’s leading animal welfare groups, and the only coalition that set off to provide relief for the animal survivors in Haiti and address the threat of disease spreading from animals to humans.

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