Improving animal conditions in human-animal contexts.
Animals play an important role in our society. Whatever the nature of the contact between humans and animals (private, recreational, economic, educational, therapeutic...) may be, it is necessary to improve the conditions of animals by increasing understanding of their needs and sensitivity.
- Supporting those local actors who include animal welfare in their recreational, therapeutic, prevention or awareness activities;
- Broadening the knowledge and skills related to animal welfare of professionals working with animals;
- Supporting projects to raise awareness among citizens and consumers about the welfare, needs and sensitivity of animals;
- Backing structural and international projects paying attention to the societal and health dimension of animal protection.
Continuation of activities to protect the Irrawaddy dolphin, by WWF in close cooperation with the fishing communities and provincial authorities in Southeast Asia.
To raise orphaned kittens, to take care of injured and hard-to-place cats, to offer the animals freedom and a safe home within the association.
The Donkey Sanctuary
Improving the welfare of working horses in brick kilns in Nepal (training of owners, appropriate veterinary care, better feeding).
Marie-Françoise Champion (Fund)
Support the protection of endangered species such as cetaceans, polar bears, African elephants and tigers.
The European friends of the Rainforest Alliance account
The Rainforest Alliance works to conserve biodiversity and ensure a sustainable habitat through adapting agricultural, economic and consumer practices.
Hugo International for Respect and Dignity in the relationship with Animals (Fund)
The Hugo Fund supports structural and large-scale international projects that pay attention to the societal and health aspects of animal welfare. It is particularly active in the…