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VWB in Northern Canada 

Animals in the northern regions of Canada tend to live shorter lives, dying from diseases and causes that are either treatable or preventable.

We support communities by offering temporary veterinary clinics in under-served areas in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Once invited, we work to identify needs and build a plan with community representatives to increase the local capacity to address animal care needs year-round.

As of 2022, we are launching an expanded program to continue our work in the Canadian North.

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700 Industrial Ave #410, Ottawa, ON K1G 0Y9 CA

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Veterinarians without Borders values our donor relationships. We adhere to the standards published by Imagine Canada's Ethical Code Program, which lays out a set of principles for charitable organizations, and assures that they manage and report their financial affairs responsibly.

Canadian Charitable Registration Number: 84146 9547 RR0001

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Stories From Around The World

Leaving No Woman Behind

Leaving No Woman Behind

To ensure ‘No woman is left behind’, the VWB VETS project has given specific focus to equipping women with skills and knowledge on improved dairy farm management.

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Youth Empowerment in Dairy Farming

Youth Empowerment in Dairy Farming

Meaningful youth engagement in agriculture is key to the improvement of the social wellbeing of communities as it plays a critical role in enhancing food security.

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Volunteer report: Northern Canada adventure renews passion for these veterinarians

Volunteer report: Northern Canada adventure renews passion for these veterinarians

Over 16 days, a small group of volunteer veterinarians and registered veterinary technologists travelled to three communities in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut region of Canada.

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  • I have seen first-hand the benefits of capacity building and gender empowerment for smallholder livestock farmers, and stakeholders in the livestock sector.
    - Dr. Shauna Richards

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