Working and Companion Animals
Working Animals include domesticated animals that are used for a specific purpose, such as: donkeys, horses, goats, cows, chickens, etc.
Companion Animals are the pets we keep with the intention of creating a relationship, such as: dogs and cats. The desire for companion animals comes from the joy of the human-animal bond.
The health of both domesticated animals and humans is at stake when people cannot afford to take proper medical and husbandry care of these animals. Compassionate care is also critical for the mental and physical health of the animals and the human family. ANAW conducts clinics on the proper care of working animals and provides veterinary care to communities which ask for help. ANAW conducts vaccination, parasite control and neuter/spay clinics for dogs and cats periodically. ANAW would like to expand these efforts with your support.
Who We Are
Africa Network for Animal Welfare (ANAW) is a Pan-African Organization based in Kenya that promotes humane treatment of all animals and the well being of communities living with them.
To promote sustainability of animals and communities in Africa.
To partner with ANAW, and others, promoting an all Africa agenda, sustained by communities for conservation, compassion, protection and responsible care of all animals.