SAVE THE LAST ELEPHANTS, WE’RE RUNNING OUT OF TIME! IVORY TRAFFICKING IN CAMEROON

 

African Elephant is the biggest terrestrial mammal, they do not have natural predators due to their size, but despite this they are endangered by human activities, like poaching and hunting for ivory and meat. Hunting elephants count hundreds of animals killed, but as well many puppies which die starving and in loneliness, incapable of surviving alone.

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FREE DOGS POPULATIONS AS MAJOR THREAT FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Health concerns and animal rights in danger

 

Free-roaming dogs populations have emerged recently as both animal welfare and public health problems in developing countries. Free-roaming dogs face high mortality, malnutrition, starvation, disease, and abuse; account for 99 percent of cases of rabies transmission worldwide and are associated with more than sixty other zoonotic diseases. Additional social problems with free-roaming dogs include road accidents, fighting, noise, bitten children, fecal contamination, spread of rubbish, and uncontrolled breeding.

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REDUCING MEAT CONSUMPTION TO TACKLE CLIMATE CHANGE
WHY THE MEDIA DON’T TALK ABOUT THIS ISSUE

 

Human consumption of meat and dairy products is a major driver of climate change, despite this fact media and governments rarely take initiative to tackle climate change through food diet policies. As consumers we are extremely powerful, because through our purchases we can direct and influence the productions.

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OIPA NEPAL SPAY CAMPAIGN WE ARE GETTING RESULTS, BUT WE STILL NEED YOUR HELP

 

OIPA NAWRC in Nepal with the collaboration of various animal welfare groups have done the Catch-Neuter-Vaccinate-Release (CNVR) Campaign in world heritage PASUPATINATH. The campaign lasted from the 20th to the 24th of February 2016. The CNVR campaign was successful, OIPA Nepal spaied 136 female free roaming dogs, 6 male dogs and a cat during the campaign of 5 days, we have trained our veterinary doctor, vet technician and a dog handler with this program.

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OIPA CAMEROON

 

Our delegates in Cameroon are working in the schools with the children, to place the seed of animal rispect and share our work within the community. Cameroon needs urgent actions to help free roaming dogs, which need to be spaied and vaccinated, and to do sensibilisation campaigns to educate the community on animal welfare and rights. OIPA Cameroon is working to reach this goals, but still a lot need to be done.
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In may OIPA Cameroon will take part to this conference!
Don’t miss it!

Human Society International
Animal Care Expo
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
May 11-14, 2016

TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

The fight for animal rights is long and hard. OIPA is looking for new International Representatives:

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