The big construction works to drastically reduce some of the extreme suffering at this slaughterhouse in northern Ghana have begun ! Eyes on Animals and WACPAW proposed to the managers of this slaughterhouse 2 years ago a different design where the cattle would at least suffer less. Two of the biggest problems at the time were the huge open gutters everywhere and slippery floor. Cattle were in total panic,slipping and falling and breaking their legs in the uncovered drains. WACPAW is now overseeing construction, the whole floor is being re-done and gutters will be closed, no more open gaps. EonA donors wanting such steps in place helped finance part of the costs (big thanks especially to Fund for Animal Welfare projects). The generous gesture surely also means more cooperation and positive results between EonA/WACPAW and this slaughterhouse in the future, who appreciate this guidance.
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