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Projects

Tanzania Animal Welfare Society has a number of projects and programmes, here on this site you can read more about these initiatives.




Awarded to: Tanzania Animal Welfare Society
World Animal Day grant, sponsored by Naturewatch Foundation, funded a project in the Mpwapwa district in the central part of Tanzania. Its aim was to improve the health and welfare of working donkeys and bring about permanent change for roaming animals, allowing people and animals to live in harmony. Veterinary care was provided to donkeys, dogs and cats in respect to vaccination against rabies, sterilisation of dogs and cats, de-worming, wound treatment and all presenting diseases.
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Winner of the World Animal Day Grant this year is the Tanzania Animal Welfare Society


Naturewatch Foundation also launched the World Animal Day Grant


Dogs and cats population control project in Kinondoni municipality, Dar es salaam, Tanzania)


The big fix Gulu at Tanzania Animal Welfare Society (TAWESO)


Report of the world animal day 2012


Global Vets 2012 Volunteer Programme


Donkey harness and animal health project report


TAWESO-World Spay Day 2012 report


Dar Es Salaam flood disaster: Post floods animal help report


Flood disasters in Dar Es salaam, Tanzania


American volunteers at TAWESO


Global Vets 2011 voluteer programme at TAWESO


Animal Care Expo 2011


Military bomb blasts in Dar Es Salam Tanzania


Morogoro sterilization and vaccination project


Spayday International 2011


UK Vets at TAWESO


World Rabies Day 2010


World Animal Day 2010





Tanzania: Tanzania – Surgeries under a tree


Tanzania: Chui inspires an ABC program


The press about TAWESO





Teaching compassion and finding sustainable solutions – colloquium gives hope to the donkeys of Tanzania


Community humane education and education in primary schools


Delivery of animal health care


The Street Animal Control Programme (SAC)


Delivery of animal health care


Promotion of Plant Based Diet in the Community


Donkey Welfare Project


Policy and advocacy


Dog and cat population



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