Animal-Kind International
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AKI UPDATES/NEWS

The application, guidelines, and FAQs for AKI's 4th annual AFRICA-BASED ANIMAL WELFARE ORGANIZATION GRANT PROGRAM (2021) are now available here. We are accepting proposals starting on June 1 through June 21.

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AKI is part of a team of 4 tasked by the African Union to develop a strategy to raise animal welfare consciousness among stakeholders in Africa! It's an exciting project that we hope will have far-reaching effects on animal welfare in Africa.

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Read our Op Ed in the Santa Fe New Mexican about the effects of covid-19 on animal welfare organizations in Africa: READ IT HERE

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Currently, donations to Animal-Kind International are helping AKI Partner Organizations in:

  • Ghana

  • Liberia

  • Namibia

  • South Sudan

  • Tanzania

  • Uganda

  • Armenia

  • Honduras

  • Jamaica

 

Through our 3rd Annual Africa-Based Animal Welfare Organization Grant Program, donations also reach our 2020 Grant Recipients who work in:

  • Cameroon

  • Democratic Republic of Congo (2 grantees)

  • Egypt

  • Kenya

  • Nigeria

  • South Africa

  • Zambia

  • Zimbabwe

Your donations to AKI help support Animal Rescue and Protection Organizations in poor countries, primarily in Africa, a part of the world that is most overlooked by donors, so in need of our support, and where amazing local people and organizations are working every day to save animals, improve their lives, and change the way animals are treated. Our secondary focus area is Latin America-Caribbean.

Thanks to your support to AKI, in 2020-2021, we're helping a total of 19 organizations working in 17 countries. Strengthening local animal rescue and protection organizations is the key to systemic, sustained improvements in animal welfare.


AKI closely tracks the use of AKI donor funds so that you can be sure your donations are used to improve the lives of animals where your help is needed most.

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(Photo: Karen Menczer, AKI Founder & Director)

During the COVID-19 crisis, our Partner Organizations and Grant Recipients have continued their work, adapting to the new conditions and safeguards-and they need your help now more than ever. We're so grateful for your continued support during this very difficult time.

 

As part of our efforts to strengthen animal welfare organizations in poor countries, mainly in Africa, we're conducting "Friendly Audits" of select organizations to identify their needs and shortcomings. Once we identify the needs, we match a volunteer to the organization to help address them. Currently, 5 volunteers are helping 10 organizations build websites, strengthen their social media presence, edit educational material, and search for grants. If you're interested in volunteering, get in touch to discuss how you can help Africa's animal welfare organizations grow.

AKI is a 2020 Great Non-Profit: Check out our 5 star reviews on Great Non-Profits (and please add your 5-star review!). Not only that, we've achieved the Platinum Seal of Transparency on GuideStar indicating the highest level of transparency.

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AKI is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization incorporated in the US State of New Mexico. 

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