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SUPPORT VETS WITHOUT BORDERS AUSTRIA

With your financial support you will enable implementation of our humanitarian projects. In addition, you will secure further value:

EXPERIENCE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT WORK FIRST HAND

  • As fundraiser you are part of the project
  • You are supporting research and development in Europe and Africa
  • We present our work and our projects to your employees and cooperating partners

HELP US! TOGETHER WE CAN ...

  • fight hunger, disease and poverty
  • provide people in the 3rd and 4th worlds with clean drinking water
  • ensure the production of healthy food
  • develop new test methods to detect pathogens
  • set-up national monitoring and early warning systems for foodborne infectious diseases

... RETAIN VALUABLE INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE AND LINK IT WITH MODERN SCIENCE

  • collect the local knowledge of indigenous peoples
  • build human and institutional capacities
  • introduce and adapt scientific innovations
  • strengthen local capacity to solve problems
  • establish competence centers

WE MAINTAIN YOUR PUBLIC PRESENCE

  • presence in radio, television and the web
  • exclusive stories about our projects in Africa
  • pictorial reports in Austria's largest circulation newspapers

THANK YOU VERY MUCH!

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NACHRICHTEN

17.09.20:

Veterinarians are rare in Africa and often unaffordable for small farmers or pastoralists. Therefore, Veterinarians without Borders has enabled young Maasai to be trained as veterinarians to ensure the health of farm animals on site. | © Veterinarians without Borders

The importance of veterinarians for food safety

Veterinarians play a key role in food safety. Not only are they the first persons to contact...

14.09.20:

People in developing countries are particularly vulnerable to food fraud. | © Veterinarians without Borders

Our work in the slums of African megacities

For the past few years, Veterinarians without Borders has been on track of global food fraud. In...

11.09.20:

FAO's 75th anniversary in view of global COVID-19 pandemic

This year, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) celebrates its 75th anniversary. With the...

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VIDEOCLIPS

Bernadeta Philipo auf ihrem Süßkartoffelfeld. In dem Video zeigt sie uns die traditionelle Art des Dampfgarens.| © Tierärzte ohne Grenzen

Dampfgaren auf traditionelle Art

Süßkartoffeln sind in Afrika sehr beliebt. In Tansania trifft man häufig auf Verkaufsstände, an...

John Laffa sends Christmas greetings from Tanzania

Our Tanzanian employee John Laffa wishes all supporters and friends of Veterinarians without...

Maasai student Lucas Moreto successfully finishes diploma course!

We congratulate our Maasai student Lucas Moreto! As reported, Lucas is studying law at the TUDARCO...

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