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Nowzad Afghanistan

Nowzad is restarting work in Afghanistan after Operation Ark during the Taliban’s return to power on the 15th August 2021.

Please donate today to make the difference for an animal in need in Afghanistan.

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Nowzad Ukraine

Nowzad is supporting animal shelters and the courageous staff who stayed behind to care for those animals in Ukraine.

See how you can help today by donating and being part of the mission.

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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.

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Nowzad Charity Statement on House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee Report
Nowzad Charity Statement on House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee Report

26 May 2022

Nowzad Charity issued the following statement today regarding the report from the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee on the evacuation of Nowzad’s Afghan staff and roughly 160 shelter animals during its “Operation Ark” rescue mission from Kabul, Afghanistan in 2021.

Nowzad Afghanistan
Nowzad Afghanistan

22 April 2022

After the turbulence that has followed since the Taliban were handed back the power over Afghanistan on the 15th August 2021, the Nowzad charity has worked extremely hard to re-establish our operations in Kabul.

We are extremely proud of our staff who stayed behind and have continued through what has been an absolutely hellish transition period. They have looked after our donkeys and horses (plus David the cow and Jaja the goat) whilst we planned how to restart.

Nowzad Ukraine
Nowzad Ukraine

22 April 2022

The whole world looked on in shock as Russia invaded its neighbour with horrific consequences for both the Ukrainian people and their animals.

Nowzad could not just look on what was unfolding, so via our social media channels we sought both financial and physical donations to do what we could in the worst affected areas of eastern Ukraine.

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