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Sep 25, 2008
Rabies, though preventable, kills 55,000 people and countless dogs every year. Often, governments respond by shooting or poisoning dogs. On 28 September, WSPA will be raising awareness about more humane solutions.
Sep 23, 2008
Over 40 teachers, representing 18 schools from around Bangkok, attended WSPA’s first one-day teacher training workshop on animal welfare education.
Four sloth bears were rescued from a life spent ‘dancing’ by authorities in Nepal last week, acting on information provided by WSPA member society the Wildlife Trust of India.
Sep 19, 2008
WSPA member society the Bioresource Research Center of Pakistan (BRC) has seen its persistence and professionalism pay off again this month, as a former bear baiter gave his last remaining bear the chance of a better life at the Kund Park sanctuary.
Sep 8, 2008
WSPA Asia’s disaster assessment and response team is on the ground in the flood-stricken Bihar region of India, with further specialist veterinary help and medicine on its way.
Sep 5, 2008
Colombia's Ministry of Environment has publicly backed a Universal Declaration on Animal Welfare, taking this initiative one step closer to official endorsement by the Colombian government.
Sep 1, 2008
An story anthology to help children learn about animal welfare was launched by the Hon Mrs Salma Kikwete, first lady of Tanzania, and 200 enthusiastic young readers.
On Wednesday 3rd September, WSPA and other peaceful protesters will draw attention to secretive and violent hunts that take place in Japanese waters.
Aug 26, 2008
The doors to the first ever mobile clinic for working horses in Cambodia have opened, after six months of preparation and training by WSPA and the Cambodian Pony Welfare Organisation.
Aug 19, 2008
Two blind bears that spent their lives in tiny, rusting cages found new homes in the woodland enclosures of the world’s biggest bear sanctuary last week, funded by WSPA.
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