Mayhew works in Afghanistan and Georgia to help improve animal welfare overseasContact our international team
We address issues around free-roaming dog and cat populations, assisting local and national governments to proactively deliver programmes in a more humane and effective way.
We also provide capacity building for the local veterinary profession through access to training and work to change people’s behaviours and attitudes towards animals.
We have been working in Kabul, Afghanistan since the early 2000s, and became a registered NGO in 2016.
Based in Tbilisi, we work to address the issues surrounding free roaming dog populations and we provide veterinary training.
From 2008 to 2020, we funded an Animal Birth Control and vaccination programme with local charity HOPE and Animal Trust.
We are solely funded by the generous donations of the public, and receive no help from the government. If you would like to support our work, please consider giving a donation today.Donate