Within days of the earthquake, our local teams in Morocco were providing lifesaving veterinary treatment and care to animals in need. And in the weeks and months that have followed, we have been aiding the recovery effort by supplying urgent feed and water to hungry, displaced and abandoned animals.
Many working animals were put to use transporting much-needed supplies to isolated communities cut off to vehicles. Our teams made sure these valiant animals were well fed and watered, had proper harnessing and equipment to prevent wounds, and access to a mobile veterinary clinic should they have needed any treatment.
Much has been achieved, but there’s still so much we need to do. These communities have been obliterated by the earthquake and they’ll need SPANA’s support to rebuild.
Not only did people lose their homes, but many lost their livelihoods too. Without income to feed their animals, it’s likely that many working animals will starve, become malnourished or be abandoned completely. We cannot let this happen.
Your donations are making sure our veterinary teams have the medical supplies required to treat injured working animals in crisis situations.
Your support has also helped us to secure feed for working animals in communities that have been left with nothing, ensuring that none of them go hungry.
The High Atlas Mountains can be cold in the winter so we’re doing all we can to make sure the working animals impacted by the earthquake have shelter, food and access to the veterinary treatment they need.
Your continued kind generosity will ensure working animals affected by the earthquake will not suffer. Will you please donate today to continue to help them? Thank you so much.