To promote animal welfare education in schools.
To offer advice to pet owners on care of animals and attend to animals in distress, either human or non-human caused.
To promote animal welfare through use of diverse artistic mediums
To mitigate and prevent Human - Wildlife conflict.
To protect wildlife and their natural habitats from trash through local clean up campaigns and recycling plans.
We are here to help animals in need of rescue.
We rescue animals from accidents and injury
Pets, wildlife and farm animals can all find themselves in need of a little assistance from time to time. When they do, we're here to help.
We help animals from all sorts of accidents, from the ordinary to the extraordinary.
We rescue animals from cruelty and neglect
Our team rescue the animals most in need and offer them safety and treatment at our center until they can be rehomed or released.
1.Art for Animal Welfare
Art influences society by changing opinions, instilling values and translating experiences across space and time. Research has shown art affects the fundamental sense of self.
Painting, sculpture, music, literature and the other arts are often considered to be the repository of a society’s collective memory. Art preserves what fact-based historical records cannot: how it felt to exist in a particular place at a particular time.
Art in this sense is communication; it allows people from different cultures and different times to communicate with each other via images, sounds and stories. Art is often a vehicle for social change. It can give voice to the
politically or socially disenfranchised. Due to the Lack of animal welfare awareness among children and communities in Tanzania, EAAW is dedicated to use animal cruelty free art as a medium tool to promote animal welfare in Tanzania.
2. Education for Animal Welfare
Can you imagine a world without animals? WE can’t, and we don’t want to. Our daily lives are filled with them, and raising awareness about their welfare has been a component of social change movements and ethical development for people and students of all ages for decades.
We offer comprehensive programs that aim to nurture and encourage the values of kindness and compassion towards all animals within children and people . In this way, we can create a future society that is truly kind to animals.
3. Protecting Wildlife from Trash
The amount of litter that ends up spoiling the beauty of the natural environment is not surprising considering the amount of waste produced in Tanzania. Glass bottles, plastic packaging, tin cans, cardboard, and other types of garbage litter urban and rural landscapes everywhere.
Litter can be very harmful to Tanzania's wildlife,Birds, mammals, and reptiles can be injured or killed by the trash thrown away by the people.
The magnitude of the problem is growing every day, especially because some types of litter do not readily disintegrate and therefore remain in the environment as a threat for decades. In collaboration with community members and various stakeholders,EAAW has started to organize regular community clean up campaigns in wildlife habitats or areas where wildlife often visit to look for food.