Our Partners


The UK charity WVS has supplied our year-round supply of voluntary vets and vet nurses since 2006. WVS advertises for volunteers on its website and also donates medicines, equipment, and advice which is vital for us to continue our mission. Our partnership with WVS has been critical to our success.

Wilderness Wildlife Trust

The Wilderness Wildlife Trust, an independent non-profit entity associated with the Wilderness Group, supports a wide variety of projects across Africa. The projects and researchers that it supports address the needs of existing wildlife populations, seek solutions to save endangered species and provide education and training for local people and their communities. In 2017 WWT helped MAWS by providing us with an all purpose vehicle to use on our Outreach clinics and transporting the dogs to the clinic.

Okavango Animal Welfare Trust

The Okavango Animal Welfare Trust was set up to ensure that all animals live good and productive lives, free from cruelty, pain, and suffering. They ensure that all animals are valued and protected by the laws of animal welfare by providing care, education, vaccinations and sterilizations to the low-income communities in the Okavango Region of Botswana. Their main concern is to have a better place for our animals and to reach the next generation and promote the sustainability of our animal sanctuary. OAWT assists MAWS in our mobile outreaches within the Okavango regions.  

Botswana Predator Conservation Trust

 BPCT is known for its crusade to study and protect the endangered African Wild Dog. BPCT is well aware of the threat that diseased domestic animals pose to wildlife, and has endorsed and assisted our work since 2008.

Canadian Animal Assistance Team (CAAT)

 The Canadian Animal Assistance Team (CAAT) is a group of volunteer vets and vet technicians that are dedicated to providing vet care and education worldwide. The group has despatched volunteer teams to us since 2011 and is instrumental in helping us to refine our protocols.

Vets Beyond Borders

Vets Beyond Borders works with local governments and animal welfare organisations to establish effective veterinary-based programmes and undertakes the clinical training of local veterinary personnel to build their skills. VBB co-ordinates volunteer veterinarians and veterinary nurses to work on these programmes and supplies much needed medications and surgical equipment. VBB have been sending over volunteers to help us at MAWS since ?