World Veterinary Day 2024: History, Theme, Importance, Top NGOs, Reason, etc.

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World Veterinary Day 2024: Animals are very kind, and their feelings are precious. Although they can’t communicate in our human language, they have a soft heart for those who help them. When it comes to assisting animals, an essential part of the veterinary profession is protecting and improving the health of people and their communities. The World Veterinary Association (WVA) and Health for Animals have announced that this year’s theme for World Veterinary Day 2024 is “Veterinarians are essential health workers.” On April 27, 2024, the world will celebrate the contributions of veterinarians to the health of animals, people, and the environment.

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What is World Veterinary Day 2024?

According to the announcement for this year’s award by WVA, veterinarians’ competencies should be considered as an essential and integral part of health in general. The application of veterinary science not only contributes to the health and well-being of animals but also to the physical, mental, and social well-being of humans. The theme for the 2024 World Veterinary Day, which falls on the 27th of April, is “Veterinarians are essential health workers.” It emphasizes that the competencies of veterinarians are critical in maintaining good health, both for animals and humans alike.

World Veterinary Day 2024 Theme

The WVA announced that this year’s World Veterinary Day 2024 will celebrate veterinarians as essential workers in their communities. The official theme, “Veterinarians are essential health workers” honors veterinarians and all do to keep their communities safe and protected.

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The vital role of veterinarians in safeguarding and enhancing public health often goes unnoticed by society. However, it is an essential aspect of their profession. All veterinarians undergo comprehensive medical training, and irrespective of their area of expertise, are accountable for promoting food safety and security, as well as public health. The World Veterinary Day Award is now accepting applications, which will recognize the activities of one WVA member related to the 2024 theme.


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How can you celebrate World Veterinary Day 2024?

  • You can show your appreciation for veterinarians by sending them a heartfelt card with a message and well wishes, thanking them for their amazing work in our society.
  • You can participate in fundraising efforts for veterinary research or animal welfare NGOs in India.
  • You can also do the volunteer at local animal shelters or wildlife rehabilitation centers.
  • Consider joining an animal protection and animal shelter organization to support their cause.
  • Share educational resources on social media about the importance of veterinary.
  • Appreciate the hard work of veterinarians in your area through social media shoutouts or thank-you notes.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q. Why do we celebrate World Veterinary Day?

World Veterinary Day is celebrated annually to recognise the invaluable contributions of veterinarians to animal health, welfare, and public health.

Q. What is the theme for World Veterinary Day 2024?

The theme of World Veterinary Day 2024 is Veterinarians are essential health workers.

Q. When is World Veterinary Day?

It is celebrated on the 27th of April each year.

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Shivangi Mishra is a dynamic social activist who is committed to promoting community development and humanitarian causes. She holds a Master's degree in Management from AKTU University and has a deep understanding of societal issues, along with a passion for advocacy. Through her leadership and grassroots initiatives, she has been working with NGOFeed as a Digital Marketing along with content creator on NGOs. The NGOFeed is proud to have Shivangi as a valuable member, as she brings her expertise and unwavering dedication to our shared mission of social transformation.

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