|Prelims (Figs, Tables, Case Studies, Preface, Acknowledgments, Symbols used in the text, Acronyms)|
|Part I: Working animals and their welfare|
|1. Working animals and the communities - who own them|
|2. Animal welfare|
|Part II: Implementing animal welfare interventions with communities|
|3. Interventions for lasting change|
|4.Facilitation for collective action|
|5. Reaching out to promote animal welfare|
|PART III: Participatory action tools for animal welfare|
|6. Participatory action tools for animal welfare|
|Back Matter (References and further reading)|
Joy C. Pritchard
Dr Joy Pritchard is Senior Animal Welfare and Research Advisor at The Brooke. She is an experienced veterinary surgeon and animal scientist specializing in the health, welfare and productivity of animals in international development contexts.
Subir K. Pradhan
S.K. Pradhan is a Community Development Manager with The Brooke, India. He is a specialist in animal science and agriculture with expertise in participatory development in the rural sector, and has worked with The Brooke in Egypt, Pakistan, Ethiopia and Kenya as well as India.
Kimberley L. Wells
Kimberly Wells is a Working Equine Behaviour and Welfare Advisor with The Brooke, where she facilitates training workshops and provides technical advice across the Brooke’s global programmes.
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