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30.04.20

Today is World Veterinary Day

Tumaini Laban Moreto is the first veterinarian of her people after completing her Bachelor's degree in Veterinary Medicine at Kilimanjaro Training College. | © Veterinarians without Borders

Tumaini Laban Moreto is the first veterinarian of her people after completing her Bachelor's degree in Veterinary Medicine at Kilimanjaro Training College. | © Veterinarians without Borders

Young Maasai Mnyandoe Laban completed the training "Ordinary Diploma in Animal Health and Production". Since then, Mnyandoe has been providing valuable veterinary assistance on site. | © Veterinarians without Borders

Young Maasai Mnyandoe Laban completed the training "Ordinary Diploma in Animal Health and Production". Since then, Mnyandoe has been providing valuable veterinary assistance on site. | © Veterinarians without Borders

The work of veterinarians is associated with great responsibility for animals and humans. Not only are they experts on animal health. For many pet owners, the vet is also a savior in need, they encourage or give comfort.

In developing countries, veterinary work focuses on livestock farming. Sudan, Ethiopia and Tanzania are those African countries with the largest numbers of farm animals. At the same time, veterinarians are rare there and their services are often unaffordable for small farmers. With the training of Maasai vets, Veterinarians without Borders has already taken an important step towards helping the pastoralists in Tanzania.

But whether for the care of pets or farm animals, we would like to say thank you to all vets for their valuable work!

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