Animal Aid Abroad Inc.

Animal Aid Abroad Inc

Helping working animals all over the world

Animal Aid Abroad Inc. (AAA) is an Australian registered charity dedicated to improving the living conditions and treatment of working animals around the world.

You can help make a big difference to the life of an injured, abused and overworked animal through animal sponsorship. Your sponsorship will go directly towards providing much needed food, medical supplies and care for your animal of choice. You can also show your support by joining Animal Aid Abroad by becoming a member, or by making a donation today.

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Find out more about AAA, view our upcoming events and get involved.

All profits from Memberships, Animal Sponsorships, Merchandise and Donations go directly towards providing aid and assistance for abused, sick and suffering animals around the world.

How You Can Help

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Make a Donation

Show your support and help provide aid to working and suffering animals all around the world by making a donation.

A donation to support an animal in need also makes a great gift and can be made in the name of a family member or friend.

All profits from donations goes directly towards providing aid and assistance for the well-being of abused and suffering animals.

Read more on how you can make a donation.

Join us by Becoming a Member

Get involved and show your support by joining Animal Aid Abroad.

Membership is paid annually, or you can choose to take out a corporate or lifetime membership.

Read more on how you can become a AAA member here.

Become a Animal Aid Abroad Volunteer

There are two ways you can volunteer:

In Australia - you can help by running stalls, attending events, help out with administration and help to spread the work of Animal Aid Abroad Inc.

Overseas - You can help aid and support animals at need up front and personally at your own expense at one of our partner organisations in Egypt, Nepal and Thailand.

Please contact Animal Aid Abroad Inc for more information.


Show your support by making a purchase from our Merchandise Store

Our merchandise makes great gifts and can be purchased online.

All profits from merchandise sales goes directly towards providing aid and assistance for the well-being of abused and suffering animals.

To find out more on how you can get involved and show your support, please visit our How You Can Help page.

Animal Aid Abroad Events Calendar

Click on a date to view event details or CLICK HERE to view a full list of events for 2015


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Watch the Animal Aid Abroad video

Every day animals around the world are being overworked and abused, forced to carry heavy loads or to work for tourism purposes with little or no rest, food or water. Animal Aid Abroad works alongside partner groups to educate communities, provide shelter for animals and much needed food, water and care.


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Latest News & Projects

  • Donkey Management & Welfare Update - March 2016

    Donkey Assisted Therapy Update This month we conducted two Donkey Assisted Therapy (DAT) sessions for our MARDAP children. Nineteen children and five teachers participated. Under the guidance of the staff of The Donkey Sanctuary India and Ethiopia we started with welcoming the children and allowed them to touch, groom, pet and brush the donkeys. We used four very well behaved and tamed donkeys along with four staff. At the conclusion of each session we asked the children to wash their hands and then thank the donkeys. We then give them sweets...
  • Animal Rahat Update - May 2016

    Dear Friends, I hope you are well. As I promised you last month, we have put together a video of some of Animal Rahat's work to relieve the suffering of thousands of bullocks forced to endure a grueling journey to the annual Chinchali Fair. Please click here to see Animal Rahat in action. I wanted to include a few "before" and "after" photos to illustrate the dramatic difference that our veterinarians make in the lives of animals. This bullock had an enormous melanoma on his temple that was hurting him.   Our vets surgically remov...
  • Gili Island Equine Clinic Update - March 2016

    This update comes from Jen Lugton, a vet from Australia who spent a week volunteering her time  to treat and help the hard working horses on the Gili Islands. She was assisted by a few other volunteers from abroad and on the island. Here is what she had to say: Overall we had a fantastic trip. With the knowledge gained from previous trips we were able to prepare which supplies were needed and co ordinate the delegation of jobs amongst the team of volunteers effectively. Reports from Tori were that it was one of the most successful trips ...
  • Partner Group Staff Profile - Johnson Lyimo

    Founder and President of Meru Animal Welfare Organisation in Tanzania Over the coming months we will be throwing the spotlight on some of our partner group staff and volunteers. Today we would like to present Johnson Lyimo who had this to say:. "I have an inborn compassion for animals. Since I was young I really respected animals. Nine years ago, I decided to start focusing my attention on animals that are particularly neglected within my community. In my community they are a significant part of our daily life. This includes dogs, cats, and ...
  • Animal Friends Jogja Update - February 2016

    Off the Streets and Back to the Forest Summary:February 2016 saw all staff and volunteers on hand to help with the additional monkey care, following up on getting Lucky Luke the Langur’s permit and also assisting (JAAN and the BKSDA) with the prosecution of his owner who turned out to be a notorious wildlife smuggler. Sadly poor Luke died at the zoo on 13 February before he was able to be relocated. On the weather front, February was a washout with non-stop monsoon rain and storms so there were no reports of monkey performers on the streets th...
  • Animal Friends Jogja Update - January 2016

    Off the Streets and Back to the Forest Summary: January 2016 was set to be the release month for the AFJ monkeys but again this was delayed as we waited on the monkey habitat survey team who arrived at the end of January to do the survey. In the meantime Jember Conservation Agency (BKSDA) pushed for AFJ to take two monkeys immediately as they were being kept in cat cages and no one could care for them. AFJ decided to accept them despite the first group not yet being released. Desmond and Dekker arrived on the 24th of January. In addition,...

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Animal Aid Abroad

Animal Aid Abroad Inc.

Postal Address:
PO Box 121 Floreat Forum
Floreat, WA, 6014
Ph: 0400 107 399
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