healthy animals
healthy people

In Africa, millions of people survive by their livestock. Yet veterinary care is often insufficiently available. When farmers lose their herds to disease, drought or conflict, they lose everything: their pride, their culture, their savings and their livelihood. By helping to care for livestock and improve production, Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium supports local populations in their struggle against hunger and poverty.


  • Get involved as a volunteer

    I work two days a week at the headquarters of Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium in Brussels. I am responsible primarily for administrative tasks. From my first day here, I felt at home.
    Annick Lambotte - volunteer
  • Join us on Facebook

    Our reason to get up and go to work each morning? To improve people’s lives! Vétérinaires Sans Frontières Belgium is a family united around a shared goal.
    Véronique Renault - coordinator East Africa
  • Their animals are everything, they are life

    My film shows the life of nomadic Wodaabe livestock keepers through the eyes of the young Mother Mooro, who's child Jumaare survived malnutrition.
    Francesco Sincich - documentary maker
  • Make a donation

    Providing poor families with rabbits helps them to escape poverty and build a future. This is a project I hold particularly close to heart.
    Jacqueline - donor