We Help Animals
in Afghanistan and Ukraine

The Nowzad charity delivers animal welfare in Afghanistan and Ukraine. Our clinic in Kabul is has reopened delivering vital support to over worked horses and donkeys toiling on the streets of Kabul whilst providing care and treatment to injured animals; mainly cats and dogs. Read more. In Ukraine during this devastating conflict caused by Russia’s illegal invasion, the Nowzad charity is delivering vital aid via our headquarters in Lviv, to those in desperate need of animal supplies in the east and south of the country. Read more.

About Us

About the Nowzad Charity

To relieve the suffering of animals; including companion animals, working equines, stray and abandoned dogs and cats and all other animals in need of care and attention, and to provide and maintain where possible; rescue, rehabilitation and education facilities for the care and treatment of such animals with no voice but ours.

Charity Excellence
Working Animal Alliance Member
The Asia for Animals Dog and Cat Coalition
World Animal Day
Global Alliance for Rabies Control
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In 2023...

Animals treated at our Veterinary Hospital in Kabul
Animals Vaccinated against Rabies
Students taught about Animal Welfare
News & Events

Nowzad News & Events

The Ukrainian six to the United Kingdom
The Ukrainian six to the United Kingdom

26 May 2024

Help us bring rescued dogs from Ukraine to the UK for a second chance at life

Nowzad is on a mission to bring hope, love, and a forever home to dogs rescued from the dire circumstances in Ukraine. The recent turmoil, which saw 11.6 million people flee their homes, has left hundreds of thousands of dogs in desperate need of care.

The end of an era.. saying goodbye to Arnhem
The end of an era.. saying goodbye to Arnhem

25 May 2024

The last of the original Nowzad dogs, the golden oldies has left us. Arnhem out lived Nowzad, Tali and Fubar. British soldier Ben, who rescued him all those years ago, gives a heart wrenching goodbye.

My boy

Fifteen years, six months and one day ago you stopped a convoy of Pathfinder Platoon armoured vehicles dead in their tracks when one of the Platoon members spotted you by the side of the road, abandoned and vulnerable. No more than a couple of days old, what happened to your mother and siblings will always be a mystery. You were brought back to Camp Bastion and dumped by my bed in a cardboard box in the middle of the night with no explanation.

Flying the Afghan Four to their forever homes!
Flying the Afghan Four to their forever homes!

25 May 2024


In the heart of Kabul, Afghanistan - amidst the turmoil and challenges - there are countless dogs roaming the streets. Most are suffering from starvation and disease, and all are in desperate need of care and love.

Just like the people of Afghanistan following the Taliban takeover in 2021 and after decades of conflict, these resilient animals have endured unimaginable hardships. But they now have a chance at a better life.