The Donkey Sanctuary's projects and campaigns in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and China range from owner support to tackling the brick kiln industry.
Charity coalition unite to tackle global working equid welfare
The International Coalition of Working Equids (ICWE), made up of Brooke, The Donkey Sanctuary, SPANA and World Horse Welfare, came together for a workshop as part of the 7th Pan Commonwealth Veterinary Conference held in Bangalore, India.
Nepal brick kilns workshop targets lasting change for donkeys
The Donkey Sanctuary has co-hosted a South Asia regional workshop in Nepal on animal welfare, child and bonded labour and the environment in brick kilns.
Charities put equine health on the agenda at China talks
The Donkey Sanctuary and World Horse Welfare are in Beijing this week for animal welfare talks, with equine health specifically on the agenda for the first time at such an event in China.
Rewarding welfare progress in Nepal
We’ve been to the brick kilns of Nepal to monitor the working and living conditions of mules and donkeys, and to assess the impact of the ongoing welfare work of our charity partner, Animal Nepal.
Brick kilns of neglect in Nepal
In the kilns where new owners are yet to benefit from the expert work of Animal Nepal, working conditions are miserable for donkeys and mules.
Life and death in Nepal's brick kilns
Witnessing first-hand the work of our partner Animal Nepal, it's clear that great progress is being made in the brick kilns, but there's more still to do.
New collaboration to develop equine welfare in China
The Donkey Sanctuary and World Horse Welfare have formed a groundbreaking partnership with the China Horse Industry Association (CHIA) and the Chinese Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) to improve equine welfare in China.
Ejiao 'not worth buying' say Chinese health officials
The Donkey Sanctuary has welcomed advice from China's official National Health and Family Planning Commission that ejiao is "not worth buying."
Charity disappointed by 'backwards step' for donkeys
The Donkey Sanctuary has expressed disappointment at the news that China is reducing the import tax on donkey skins for use in traditional medicine.