Help 7 Indian women rescue 100 Dogs!

A microproject by Dharamsala Animal Rescue
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Help 7 Indian women rescue 100 Dogs!
Help 7 Indian women rescue 100 Dogs!
Help 7 Indian women rescue 100 Dogs!
Help 7 Indian women rescue 100 Dogs!
Help 7 Indian women rescue 100 Dogs!
Help 7 Indian women rescue 100 Dogs!
Help 7 Indian women rescue 100 Dogs!

Summary

Women in India participate in every area of society today, however, gender inequalities have had a long duration, proving hard to root out. Women account for only 19.9% of the total labor force in India. This is why we offer job opportunities for women and we ensure that female employees feel safe, equal, supported and respected at DAR and in society. This fund will pay salaries for 2 months for our women and provide medicine, food, surgery, enrichment and care for 100 rescues.

$6,500
total goal
$2,040
remaining
67
donors
2
monthly donors
2
months

Challenge

Women account for only 19.9% of the total labor force in India. DAR Founder, Deb Jarrett, made it our underlying mission to to promote Women's Empowerment in our work ethic and management values. In Dharamsala India, there are thousands of dogs living on the street. DAR rescues approximately 30 to 50 dogs a month who have been hit by cars, suffer from disease, or are abused. By hiring women to do care for the animals, we are solving two issues in the community.

Solution

By offering job opportunities for women and and ensuring that female employees feel safe, equal, supported and respected at DAR and in society, we are not only helping the homeless street dog population in Dharamsala, but we are working to empower women. By giving them an income it provides financial independence from families, husbands, and in-laws, promotes confidence, delays marriage, and in turn provides better care for our patients.

Long-Term Impact

By investing in the women, we are forever changing the future for many. Not just these women and their families, but for the dogs they love and have learned to care for and get them from hurt to healed.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).

Resources

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Organization Information

Dharamsala Animal Rescue

Location: North Kingstown, RI - USA
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Project Leader:
Deb Jarrett
North Kingstown, Rhode Island United States
$4,460 raised of $6,500 goal
 
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