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Become a sponsor

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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12.08.20:

VSF trainee Bernadeta Philipo is thankful for the good pumpkin harvest this year. | © Veterinarians without Borders

Pumpkins are staple food for Sandawe

Pumpkins are among the oldest cultivated plants in the world and are not only popular in our...

31.07.20:

In Africa and Asia alone, an incredible 770 million people suffer from hunger. | © Veterinarians without Borders

This year's VACCINATE FOR AFRICA campaign in the sign of the World Food Day

The World Food Day should draw attention to the fact that millions of people worldwide are still...

28.07.20:

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

Global food fraud - time for action!

This is the title of the current aid project of Veterinarians without Borders and at the same time...

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