Annual Report

2020 LAWCS Achievements

This video highlights the achievements of LAWCS in 2020 with the support of our wonderful supporters and donors. 2020 has been very difficult and challenging as a result of the outbreak of COVID-19 in the world. Despite the challenges, together with our wonderful supporters and donors we have made tremendous improvement in the lives of so many animals and the people who depend on them. We depend on you, our wonderful supporters and donors to make 2021 a successful year for the animals. Please help chip in $5, $10, $15, $20 or any amount for the animals using the donate button at the right side of this blog.

LAWCS Annual Report 2015



  1. LAWCS` Humane Education Program In Liberia
  2. Campaign Against Pet Eating/Responsible Dog Ownership
  3. Vegan Outreach Program/Plant Based Diets for School Children
  4. LAWCS` Basic Animal Healthcare Program
  5. The Abandoned Chimpanzees in Liberia
  6. Conclusion

LAWCS` Humane Education Program In Liberia

Promoting care, compassion, and respect for all animals is fundamental to preventing animal cruelty. An active step towards improving permanent conditions for all animals is humane education.

With humane education, LAWCS is making a tremendous difference in the lives of many animals and people. Currently, LAWCS is the only registered animal welfare organization in Liberia that has been providing humane education to the public. The need for education on animal welfare in Liberia is pertinent. LAWCS believes that education is key to ending animal cruelty and creating a just and caring society where animal and human welfare matter. Education is a critical element in preparing a generation of animal lovers, increasing community responsiveness to animal welfare issues. Education also helps to tackle the inhumane treatment of animals at abattoirs, educate the general population on animal welfare, and to change attitudes and practices towards humane treatment of animals. With education, we are reducing the number of children harmed by dogs through our dog bite prevention program.

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