The earthquake that struck Nepal on Saturday April 25 left a trail of devastation. Apart from hundreds of thousands of people, countless animals were affected too. Animal Nepal launched an Emergency Appeal to respond to the crisis through donation and volunteer appeal. We even organized various workshops and launched major protocols in the treatment of livestock with the help of world vets volunteers. Reaching out to the forgotten victims of the earthquake, Animal Nepal in the wake of the disaster treated more than 400 animals. Three veterinary teams visited Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Dhading, Sindhupalchowk, Nuwakot and Rasuwa to help farm and pet animals. They witnessed the loss of farmers as their lives are fully dependent on their animals who have always been their main source of income. Animal Nepal recently launched it’s interim report on Animal Nepal Earthquake Relief for Animals which includes the detail of our relief program. The full report can be downloaded here. More
17 Jul 2015 Leave a comment
09 Jul 2015 Leave a comment
Do you feel passionate about animals?
Do you have at least 3 years experience in treating dogs?
Do you know how to conduct surgeries, including birth control surgeries?
Do you have good communication and management skills?
Then you might be the candidate we are looking for! More
05 Jul 2015 Leave a comment
Kathmandu, July 5 – Animal Nepal has created a list of contents for a comprehensive Livestock Kit which is being shared with aid and relief agencies. During the earthquake relief period, the kit will helps farmers to improve the health of their animals, and make sure their basic needs are met. More
24 Jun 2015 Leave a comment
At Animal Nepal we aim to be a voice for the voiceless. Since a few months we are supported by Nepal FM at 91.8 MHz which has gone ON AIR for those who can’t speak for themselves. With the encouragement of Animal Nepal, the station has been broadcasting a unique radio reports on animal welfare issues as part of its weekly ‘Samaya Samikchya’ programme since February. Are you too concerned about animals? Then tune in this Tuesday at 7 pm and Wednesday morning at 7 am to Nepal FM.
04 Jun 2015 1 Comment
The earthquake that struck Nepal on Saturday April 25 has left a trail of devastation. Apart from hundreds of thousands of people, countless animals are affected too. Animal Nepal launches an Emergency Appeal to respond to the crisis. Your help in this hour of need will be greatly appreciated. Donations can be send here. Follow us on Facebook to join our three rescue teams while caring for sick and injured dogs, cows, buffaloes, goats, pigs and even the odd rabbit. Download our appeal here.
25 May 2015 Leave a comment
“We wanted to run outside but could barely stand. My wife and I somehow managed to escape. Outside, the sick donkey’s isolation room collapsed in front of our eyes, followed by the tall chimney of BBM Brick Factory.” Santa Bahadur, who is in his late 60s, works as caretaker at Animal Nepal’s donkey sanctuary. Like all of us, he was deeply shaken by the earthquake that hit the country on April 25. He shares his experience with communication officer Chadani Lama. “I never saw such turmoil in my life”, he recounts. Click here to learn more of Santa Bahadur’s experience and update of our Donkey Sanctuary. Wanna learn more? Then watch this video of the heartrendering accounts of paravets Tara and Hari Krishna.
19 May 2015 1 Comment
Reaching out to the forgotten victims of the earthquake, Animal Nepal in the wake of the disaster treated around 900 animals, including 450 equines working in brick factories. Three veterinary teams took great risks to visit the worst affected districts, including Lalitpur, Dhading, Sindhupalchowk and the outskirts of Kathmandu to help desperate farmers. “Many people consider animals less important but to farmers their livestock are essential to the people’s survival”, says Director Uttam Kafle.
The teams were shocked by the severity of the injuries. They came across broken spines and broken limbs, and treated various cases of pneumonia and diarrhea. The full report can be read here.