TOKA animal care - where animals mean life

TOKA animal care is a newly founded association of veterinaries and community animal health workers.

Its aim is to provide healthcare for farm animals and pets in the Bulanga area (between Iganga and Jinja) to guarantee animal heath which is vitally important to secure the livelihood of the local farmers.

Here, where animals mean life, we support the work of TOKA animal care to protect herds of livestock that help to provide for farmers and their families.

Veterinary care, which in some cases is offered free of charge, also includes vaccinating dogs against rabies.

In order to ensure long term stability we provide information programmes about infectious diseases to improve animal health. Thus we help minimising the risk of illness and epidemics which could also be a threat to humans.

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Frequently asked questions:
1. Does my donation really arrive where it is needed?
   All our helpers are volunteers, we are present in Uganda and pay for our own flights and accommodation. There are therefore no

   additional administrative costs.
   All money is going directly and 100% towards our projects.

2. How do you guarantee that the money benefits the people who need it the most?
    We visit regularly and all projects are planned and organised together with the local community and monitored by our local supporters    

     between our visits.

3. Will these projects become self-sufficient in the future without relying on German aid?
    All our projects are intended to build the necessary infrastructure so that they can support themselves within three to five years and should 

    thereafter no longer depend on external funding.

4. Isn't it all just a drop in the ocean?
    The ocean is made up of small drops.

5. Is my donation tax-deductible?

The charity is registered as a charitable organisation and charitable donation certificates can be provided.