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Progress for animals, from the World Bank to Africa!
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Progress at the World Bank

Following advocacy from World Animal Net and other animal protection organizations, the World Bank says animal welfare is a “critical issue” for the future and commits to global conference on animal welfare and development. Read more...

From the WAN Blog

- Africa is poised to finalize a continent-wide animal welfare strategy. Read more...

- Read about some of the new additions to the directory, and don’t forget to register your organization here! Read more... 

Advocacy Opportunities for Animals at the United Nations

Every year the United Nations organizes the High Level Political Forum (HLPF, taking place from July 10-19), an opportunity for stakeholders to evaluate progress on the Sustainable Development Goals and work towards implementation. Ahead of the HLPF are various regional meetings, which provide an even better opportunity to speak up for animals. This year’s meetings will take place in:
Geneva, Switzerland (April 25)
Mexico City, Mexico (April 26)
Rabat, Morocco (May 3-5)
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (May 16-19)

If you or your organization can or is planning to attend any of these meetings, please contact us.

Get your copy of the Model Animal Welfare Act!

The Model Animal Welfare Act is now available for purchase from our website and on Amazon! However, if you would like to order copies in bulk, contact us as we are happy to provide special pricing on bulk orders. 
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