World Animal Protection trains leaders in animal welfare education

The municipality of Querétaro in Mexico comes together to educate children about animal welfare

World Animal Protection trains leaders in animal welfare education

“Acts of cruelty to animals are linked to a variety of other crimes, including violence against people. If we educate children about animal welfare from an early age, this will create responsible citizens and pass the message on to future generations. “

World Animal Protection, joins the work that USEBEQ and the Municipality of Querétaro in Mexico have carried out to implement education on animal welfare in public primary schools. Being the first municipality in all of Mexico to carry out this type of mechanism to improve education.

Therefore, the role of our organization consisted of training personnel and associations interested in the subject of animal protection, so that they also teach students about the subject and that they become an agent of change in their communities and families.

“Acts of cruelty to animals are linked to a variety of other crimes, including violence against people. If we educate children about animal welfare from a young age, this will create responsible citizens and they will pass the message on to future generations ”explained Ricardo Mora, Regional Director of Programs for World Animal Protection.

Every year more animals suffer aggression around the world and Mexico is not the exception, however, World Animal Protection together with the Municipality of Querétaro and USEBEQ, want to make a difference in combating this type of act with early education.

“Acts of cruelty to animals are linked to a variety of other crimes, including violence against people. If we educate children about animal welfare from an early age, this will create responsible citizens and pass the message on to future generations. “
“Acts of cruelty to animals are linked to a variety of other crimes, including violence against people. If we educate children about animal welfare from an early age, this will create responsible citizens and pass the message on to future generations. “

World Animal Protection joins the work that USEBEQ and the Municipality of Querétaro in Mexico have carried out to implement education on animal welfare in public primary schools. Being the first municipality in all of Mexico to carry out this type of mechanism to improve education.

Therefore, the role of our organization consisted of training personnel and associations interested in the subject of animal protection, so that they also teach students about the subject and that they become an agent of change in their communities and families.

“Acts of cruelty to animals are linked to a variety of other crimes, including violence against people. If we educate children about animal welfare from an early age, this will create responsible citizens and they will pass the message on to future generations ”explained Ricardo Mora, Regional Director of Programs for World Animal Protection.

Every year more animals suffer aggression around the world and Mexico is no exception, however, World Animal Protection together with the Municipality of Querétaro and USEBEQ, want to make a difference in combating this type of act with early education.