This Program objective is to promote animal welfare through providing health care and treatment and protecting animal rights. By fulfilling the Program objectives, KAYD trains petty and livestock on caring, health service provision,and feeding and animal rights protectionin Kigoma region.
In collaboration with Government in Kigoma region, KAYD is implementing a project on Promote AnimalWelfare and Rights for livestock which are kept by traditional keepers in rural areas in Kigoma region, Tanzania.The Project is implementing under financial support from Makere Vocational and Entrepreneurship Training center based in Makere, which owned by KAYD.
The main challenges faced the animals like dogs and cats kept by traditional keepers, most of themwanders in streets and villages without food, while facing feed shortage, suffer from sickness and lack accommodation brought together for accessing to food/feed, health care and services, accommodation and animal rights protection including security.
On the other hand most of animal like goats, pigs, cows and donkey facing lack of accommodation brought together for accessing to food/feed, health care and services, accommodation and animal rights protection
Since establishment of this program, KAYD has reached more than 103 petty and livestock keepers and more than 439 animals. KAYD use training to people doing animal business, particularly, who keeping, transport and slaughter animals for ensuring all animal rights are protected, accordingly.
KAYD supports animals in two categories, one are those kept at home by traditional keepers and the two, are those wandering in streets with no care of like dogs and cats, where KAYD take them to the animal/ petty center.
KAYD appreciates the support and collaboration we are receiving from government leaders in villages where we are working and other animal rights and welfare stakeholders, enabling us to reach our Objectives.