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LSPCA Annual Report 2020-2021

We are delighted to share our 2020-2021 Annual Report with you. In this edition, you get to know more about LSPCA and the Centre for Animal Welfare's work in ending the illegal roadside sale of animals, improving animal health and welfare, support of people’s livelihoods, mobile clinics, and veterinary education. Our veterinary hospital and vet team continue to deliver excellent vet services and training while plenty of rescued animals find homes through our rescue and rehoming programme.

pdf Exporting Dogs from Malawi to the USA Popular

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video Appealing for support Popular

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We are appealing to you for financial support. Animals under our shelter need your support. You can send your financial support via National Bank account number 1006516284, or via Airtel money by following these steps; Dial *211#, choose 3;1;8 - nickname; LSPCA, amount; donation, then enter pin. Please share this video.

video A traumatized puppy bought from the street Popular

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A traumatized puppy was brought to us for medical attention yesterday. The puppy was very dehydrated, had its ears glued and its skin coat dyed black. The puppy also had an infection. Its owner purchased the puppy from the streets thinking it's a german shepherd dog. Please DO NOT BUY PETS FROM THE STREETS. Share this video to raise awareness about the suffering of pets sold on the streets.

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pdf LSPCA's 2020 Annual report Popular

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LSPCA's 2020 Annual report

We are so happy to share our 2020 annual report with you. In this edition, you get to know more about LSPCA and the Centre for Animal Welfare work in improving animal health and welfare, support of people’s livelihoods, and veterinary education. Our veterinary hospital and vet team continue to deliver excellent vet services and training while plenty of rescued animals find homes through our rehoming programme.

Enjoy reading and feel free to get in touch with any comments or suggestions.

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video Thoko the donkey cart driver Popular

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Meet Thokozani a donkey cart driver and owner from Lilongwe. Thokozani is benefiting a lot  with his donkey cart.

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video Painting murals for rabies publicity Popular

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We have painted murals to spread messages about rabies and enable communities to effectively respond to dog bite incidents.

pdf Exposure of humans or animsl to SARS COV 2 from wild, livestock,companion and aquatic animals Popular

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Exposure of humans or animsl to SARS COV 2 from wild, livestock,companion and aquatic animals

This Exposure Assessment is a technical document for Members and country veterinary services. It was prepared in response to a request for guidance on a risk-based approach to undertake SARS-CoV-2 investigations in animals, as expressed to FAO by Members and several research institutions. The assessment, aim to provide a baseline for alignment of national and regional initiatives investigating SARS-CoV-2 animal source(s) and reservoir species. This will support country‑level risk assessment and the evidence base for mitigation options to protect livelihoods and food security.

pdf DfA June 2020 Newsletter Popular

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DfA June 2020 Newsletter

In April 2020 there was an unfortunate outbreak of ulcerative lymphangitis among the equine populations. In this painful disease caused by bacterial infection, multiple small abscesses and ulcers develop along the lymphatic vessels of the skin. These are commonly seen on the hind limbs, on the chest, and on abdominal and neck skin. The disease proved fatal to a few donkeys. Other affected donkeys and horses responded favourably to treatment.  In April 2020 there was an unfortunate outbreak of ulcerative lymphangitis among the equine populations. In this painful disease caused by bacterial infection, multiple small abscesses and ulcers develop along the lymphatic vessels of the skin. These are commonly seen on the hind limbs, on the chest, and on abdominal and neck skin. The disease proved fatal to a few donkeys. Other affected donkeys and horses responded favourably to treatment.

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DfA April 2020 Newsletter

We are all connected There is a link between all species, actions and events on our planet

Different theories exist In chaos theory, the butterfly effect implies that a factor as delicate as the flap of a butterfly's wings can have great effects. The flapping wing represents a small change in the initial condition of the system, which leads to large-scale alterations of events.  Related to this is the domino effect or chain reaction which is the cumulative effect produced when one event sets off a chain of similar events. The ripple effect occurs when an effect from an initial state can be followed outwards incrementally, like ripples expanding across the water when an object is dropped into it.

pdf Donkey for Africa Newsletter February 2020 Popular

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Donkey for Africa Newsletter February 2020

Donkeys need to be loved. There is a unique character in every sad, dejected, maltreated animal. Donkeys that feel safe will open themselves to us and there is a rich variety of behaviours, attitudes, expectations and characteristics to discover if we only have the time to interact. Acknowledging donkeys as sentient beings will add to the relationship between the animals and ourselves.

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Guidelines to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on livestock production and animal health

The FAO "Guidelines to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on livestock production and animal health" provide practical recommendations for farmers, traders, animal health workers, policy makers and other stakeholders – on how to reduce the impact of disruptions along the livestock market chain, and how to maintain essential control and prevention of animal diseases - in order to safeguard and strengthen food systems and One Health.

​FAO. 2020. Guidelines to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on livestock production and animal health. Rome.

pdf Hygiene practices when handling pets Popular

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pdf What to do with a sick pet Popular

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pdf What to do with my pets when Iam sick Popular

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pdf Can pets spread COVID Popular

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You'll find us in Kanengo, on the outskirts of Lilongwe city. When driving from the city centre on the M1, pass Kapani and continue for 400 metres, you'll see our signpost on the left. We are located approximately 200 metres before the turn off to Salima.

Hospital Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 07:30-16:30

Saturday 08:00-12:00

Sunday Emergencies Only

 +265 994 682 900 - Emergency (24/7)