The Donkey Sanctuary Kenya works together with communities that own and use donkeys to empower them through training and education on donkey matters to build their capacities to take better care of their donkeys and use them responsibly.
The Donkey Sanctuary Kenya provides technical and practical based trainings and support to animal health service providers and post-secondary school institutions on donkey diseases and husbandry to enable them provide vet care to donkeys and also advocate for better care for donkeys.
We work with selected primary schools to engage with children, teachers and parents with the view of inculcating a strong sense of animal and donkey welfare among this target group.
The Donkey Sanctuary works with schools, press and the local administration to highlight the welfare challenges that donkeys encounter and encourage change in attitude and involvement of the schools and media and the government in lobbying for better care for donkeys.
The Donkey Sanctuary Kenya collaborates and partners with various organizations to campaign for and contribute towards better care for donkeys and animal welfare legislation and policies.
The Donkey Sanctuary Kenya responds to emergency cruelty cases and also follows up on all issues that appertain to usage of the donkeys that may impact negatively on the donkeys' welfare.