Organisation: Home Street Home
Since the magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit Nepal in 2015, Chuen Man, a Australia and Hong Kong based animal lover as well as founder of Wild Connections has been deeply connected with the local community street dogs, especially those in the post-quake camp in Chuchepati. At first, he rescued and treated those in need as an individual effort. In January 2017, he co-operated with the local organisation NAWRC for a five-day “Catch-Neuter-Return” program with a result of 51 homeless street dogs sterilised. In total of the project under Wild Connections, 66 community dogs were desexed and returned to their habitats. Since then, the Home Street Home project has been launched to support local organizations in implementing the “Catch-Neuter-Return” program to achieve humane dog population management.
Travelling between Australia and Hong Kong, Chuen Man is working hard on their first trip for the Nepal Community Dog projects to be held in April 2018. They are now recruiting volunteers to join him to make this significant step.
Group A: 31/03/2018 to 07/04/2018
Group B: 07/04/2018 to 14/04/2018
*Volunteers need to arrive in Kathmandu (the capital city of Nepal) at least one day in advance
Location: Panchkhal Municipality, Kavrepalanchok District, Nepal
Program Brief in details: Click Here
Online Application: Click Here
Source of Information & Photo Credit: Home Street Home
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