Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city

by Palestinian Animal League - PAL
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Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city
Save the lives of 480 stray dogs in Jericho city

Summary

The Palestinian animal League plans to carry out a TNVR project in Jericho city where 480 stray dogs will be spayed and neutered, thus saving them from being shot or poisoned by the local authorities

$50,000
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$47,543
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4
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Challenge

Like in many other places around the world, and with the development of cities, stray dogs have become one of the most serious public management problems in the Palestinian cities and towns, and a widespread concern by the public. For decades, lethal poison and shooting have been the methods used by municipalities and locals to control the number of stray dogs. However, these methods proved to be unsuccessful, let alone unethical

Solution

The project aims to deliver a model for other municipalities to adopt the TNVR approach as a humane and more effective mechanism to handle the stray dog problem. The humane control, if successful, can be rolled out to other areas in the West Bank. An education and awareness-raising programme will be delivered in the local community in order to generate understanding and support for the programme.

Long-Term Impact

If successful, TNVR will result in a noticeable reduction in the numbers of stray dogs in Jericho within one year. However, in the long-run, the project will have raised the awareness towards alternative means to handling animal population without the need to poisoning or shooting. This will encourage authorities to collaborate with organizations such as PAL when addressing the problem of stray-animal over population. After this project is completed, PAL plans on expanding to other cities

Additional Documentation

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

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Organization Information

Palestinian Animal League - PAL

Location: Ramallah, West Bank - Palestine
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @palleague
Project Leader:
Nadia Abulatif
Ramallah, West Bank Palestine
$2,457 raised of $50,000 goal
 
47 donations
$47,543 to go
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