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Poster with dog behind a chainlink fence with text overlay "We are under fire and have no food" and "Ukraine Animal crisis" and the VWB logo.

Ukraine Animal Crisis

The need is urgent – by the day and now, by the hour. More than 100,000 dogs, cats and other pets are in urgent need of food, water, medicine, and veterinary help.

We have partnerships with the three animal humanitarian agencies that can get the basics to where they are needed the most, including 700 Ukraine animal shelters and 1,200 drop-off points for food delivery where animals are sheltering with their human companions.

Your generous donation will help save animals in crisis and will provide the necessary relief for their carers who are desperately trying to source food, water, and medicine while under fire and under the threat of death.

Your donation is deeply valued. Thank you for providing them with some help and with some hope.

Code of Ethics

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

Veterinarians Without Borders Canada deploys help to Romania near Ukraine Border

Veterinarians Without Borders Canada deploys help to Romania near Ukraine Border

Dr. Janet Davis, DVM fills a room with kindness during her time in Romania. “This tiny, emaciated kitten just arrived at the clinic. Nursing such a tiny baby back from the brink of death, it’s something that never gets old."

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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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  • The most rewarding part of my placements was helping others and seeing the many lives that are impacted along the way.
    - Nikki Sheedy

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