We are building an Animal Welfare Trust (AWT) with the motive to make our welfare activities sustainable for long time. Nepal Animal Welfare and Research Center (NAWRC) is serving needy animals (including stray dogs population management, anti-rabies vaccination, rescues and treatments, supporting abandoned baby calves, serving victim wild animals, post-disaster supports etc) in remote villages of Kavrepalanchok District of Nepal. We are a registered non-profit, non-governmental organization.
Animals are considered as a commodity. Strays dogs overpopulated and with fear of Rabies transmission, human attack them causing various injuries. Rabies-outbreak in 9 different places. Male calves are left over in street when they are of one month causing dehydration and suffering unnecessarily. Road accidents cause harms to both human and animals which are sometimes life threatening. Wild animals vs human conflicts results uncontrollable situations risking both of their lives sometimes.
We aim to stabilize 80% of stray dog's population by neutering them. All of them will be vaccinated against Rabies, which ultimately build dog friendly societies. Also, abandoned calves will have a caring shelter with foods and health care. Various animal welfare awareness will be promoted to control animal cruelties in any forms. Rescue center will serve victim animals including injured wildlife from conflict. Animal Welfare Trust will be built to support sustainability of program longer time.
Kavreplanchok district will be Rabies free with stable and healthy free roaming dogs. More than, 1,50,000 approx. will have a risk free future from Rabies. Harmonious society will be established with compassion to animals. Injured and sick animals will have prompt health services and better life. With the help of Animal Welfare Trust, NAWRC will be self-dependent in smoothly running its animal welfare program for perpetual time frame. There will be no harms on both human and animals.