Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos

by Sanid Organization for Relief and Development
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Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos
Emergency intervention to save animals in zoos

Project Report | May 8, 2024
Providing medical care, emergency protection, food

By Mohammed Abohider | project Manager

   

Monthly Performance Report - Local Partner (SORD)May 2024/ADProject: Providing medical care, emergency protection, food and clean water to meet the immediate needs of animals in Yemen zoos.Taiz - Ibb - Sanaa.Report prepared by: Muhammad Abu Haider

 

project name

Providing medical care, emergency protection, food and clean water to meet the immediate needs of animals in Yemen zoos. Taiz - Ibb - Sanaa.

The project Location

Yemen

 

Name of the organization applying for the scholarship

Sanid Organization for Relief and Development ()

Report duration

My quarter

starting date

A/2/2024

Expiry date

1/5/2024

Organization address

Municipality of the Capital - People's District - Al-Habbari

phone number

0096701205757

Report preparer

Muhammad Abu Haider

Current Position

project manager

E-mail

programmes.officer@sanid.org

mobile number

00967 775907606

Organization's website

www.sanid.org

 

 

project's data

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About the project:

The project aims to provide emergency medical care, food, and clean water to meet the immediate needs of animals in zoos in Yemen. It is a project that aims to provide emergency medical care, food, and clean water to animals in zoos in Yemen. Animals in zoos in Yemen suffer from difficult conditions due to the ongoing conflict in the country. Many of these animals are in desperate need of emergency medical care, food and clean water to survive. This project aims to provide these basic services to animals in zoos across Yemen. This will be accomplished by identifying parks in need of emergency assistance and providing emergency medical care to sick and injured animals in these parks. All animals in these parks will be provided with food and clean water on a regular basis. A long-term plan will be developed for the ongoing care and maintenance of these animals, including the establishment of a network of animal welfare organizations and volunteers to provide ongoing support.

The project aims to uphold the principles of justice by ensuring that all animals, regardless of their species or origin, have equitable access to life-saving interventions. In this context, it involves meeting the urgent needs of every animal in distress, promoting a sense of responsibility for their well-being, and promoting Fair distribution of resources to enhance their chances of survival.

Achievements :

 

In the midst of armed conflict and societal collapse in Yemen, countless lives hang in the balance, including those of innocent animals trapped in zoos across Taiz, Ibb and Sanaa. Facing starvation, drought, disease and inadequate surroundings, these creatures teeter on the brink of extinction. Our project is a vital lifeline that aims to provide urgent humanitarian services and ensure their well-being and survival. Through immediate care, rehabilitation and sustainable long-term measures, we will work to promote a future in which Yemeni zoo animals have the respect and protection they deserve. Due to the collapse of humanitarian conditions in Yemen, animals, especially in zoos, were most affected as food, clean water and veterinary services were not provided, which resulted in To the deterioration of her health condition, which claimed her life, to her contracting many diseases, and then to her death and death, and even to the extinction of some rare species that are threatened with extinction, such as lions, tigers, and the rare Arabian leopard, if the matter is not quickly remedied and life-saving emergency aid is provided. The prolonged armed conflict since March 2015 has left a lot of destruction in all aspects

 

 

 

of life, especially wildlife, which has become unable to preserve its rare and endangered animals, including the Arabian leopard. The tragic conditions extended to industrial parks designated for wild animals, as they were no longer able to continue their work and cover the needs of the animals in them, which led to the death of a large number of wild animals, including rare and endangered ones. Since the organization issued updates to the project in line with its expansion of activities during the year 2024 AD to include most of the zoos in Yemen, it began implementation according to the new update from the beginning of February 2024 AD, and in view of the expansion of its plan, it began conducting a complete survey of the parks while evaluating the previous stages and starting implementation of the plan. :

Activities that were implemented in the first quarter of the year 2024 AD (February 1 - April 30, 2024 AD)

The Sanad Organization and the Nature Conservation Unit implemented the following activities :

 

 

 

  • Conduct a comprehensive survey of zoos in Taiz, Ibb, and Sana’a to assess their emergency aid needs, including animal health, nutrition, infrastructure, and staffing.
  • Hold stakeholder consultations and conduct interviews and workshops with key stakeholders (employees, leadership and partners) to identify needs and priorities .
  • Data collection and analysis.
  • 3 meetings were held with the concerned official and popular authorities in the targeted parks in order to study the search for sufficient funding to preserve the lives of the animals in the park that suffer from disease and hunger.
  • A plan has been drawn up to protect the animals in the park and improve their health and nutritional status, as well as the appearance of the park. Through the previously formed committee of the organization, the Environmental Protection Authority, the Tourism Office, and the Agriculture Office

 

 

 

  • Contracting with 3 veterinarians for a month, during which he treated many animals. (f) Providing nutritional supplements , vaccines, and vitamins through veterinarians.
  • Providing a number of cleaners, sterilizers, and treatments to treat animals that have been exposed to wounds
  • Continuing to monitor the conditions in the targeted parks and constantly monitoring the events that the animals are experiencing in these parks. And reviewing the health conditions of the various animals in them, taking care of them in the gardens, determining the damage they suffer, and submitting reports to the competent authorities.
  • Continuing to conduct awareness sessions among the community surrounding the gardens, as well as the concerned official and community authorities, on the necessity of preserving biodiversity in the Republic of Yemen .
  • Providing food and meat to some animals in the gardens intermittently and according to available capabilities.

The most important challenges and difficulties:

  • Scarcity of capabilities and lack of support provided for these activities.
  • Decrease in treatment and food due to scarcity of financial capabilities.

Lessons learned:

  • High level of community awareness of the importance of protecting animals and taking care of the environment, especially gardens as a park for visitors and to protect animals.
  • Interaction of the competent authorities with the activities carried out by SANED. ( preserve nature)
  • The community feels love, appreciation, and thanks to GlobalGiving for cooperation and providing aid to Yemen, and hopes for increased support to achieve the project goals and protect animals in the parks.

Recommendations:

  • Increase financial support to provide adequate food and medicine for zoo animals.
  • Improving the appearance of the garden and reclaiming the seating benches.
  • Providing salaries for park employees so that they can do their duty to take care of the park

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Organization Information

Sanid Organization for Relief and Development

Location: Sana'a - Yemen
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Twitter: @sanid_org
Project Leader:
Mohammed Al-Kabous
Sana'a , Yemen
$2,340 raised of $360,000 goal
 
21 donations
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