Australia Fires After Action Report published

As part of being an accountable and transparent charity, we are pleased to publish our Australia Fires 2020 After Action Report.

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Animal Evac on The Cafe’

Watch  The Cafe’ on ThreeNow (on demand) to see Steve being interviewed today with iconic broadcaster Carly Flynn on how to get your animals ready for a disaster, thanks to Hills Science. Picture: Carly and her puppy “Alfie” (source: facebook).

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More disaster rescue training held

The few months has been busy for Animal Evac New Zealand, with the delivery of four disaster rescue courses including urban search and rescue (USAR) and swiftwater.

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Global Animal Disaster Management Conference: Call for abstracts

Animal Evac New Zealand is proud to host the Global Animal Disaster Management Conference (GADMC) to be held online in February 2021. Conference organisers are now calling for abstracts/submissions.

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Animal Evac Foundation Courses – 2020

We’re pleased to announce Animal Evac’s course programme for the second half of 2020. The courses are always popular and fun weekends, so get in quick!

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Australian deployment ended – the Animal Evac team is back home

We’ve been blown away over the last few weeks by the generous donations and kind messages we have received.    As our deployment to Australia has now ended, further donations coming in will be used to support Animal Evac’s work in New Zealand and our response to future disasters. Donating now is a great way […]

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Foundation Courses in Wellington and Napier in October

Book now to secure your spot on the foundation courses running in Wellington and Napier in October. The Wellington course runs through the weekend of 5 and 6 October, the Napier course is on 19 and 20 October. The courses are always popular and fun weekends, so get in quick! After the course, you’ll come […]

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Animal Evac advocates at Parliament

We had the opportunity today to present a brief oral submission to the Governance and Administration Select Committee on the draft National Disaster Resilience Strategy. We raised the many issues we have observed and encountered that are preventing New Zealand from becoming a world class leader in animal disaster management. We were the sole voice […]

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New framework to include animals in disaster

Animal Evac NZ’s voice has been heard as a result of the Minister’s Hui, and animal disaster management is now on the future framework for animal welfare.

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New volunteers say “It’s about time!”

Over 200 volunteers have registered to be part of Animal Evac NZ, with many saying they want to be part of an impartial animal disaster management charity which is well over due.

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