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World Animal Protection Welcomes Corporates Embracing Wildlife Friendly Tourism in the Wake of Landmark Legal Directive on Gir Tourism

International Animal Welfare Organisation, World Animal Protection lauds and appreciates the recent legal directive of a court on the unethical and immoral practice of baiting lions for tourism in Gir National Park in Gujarat, as reported in the press:
 
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World Animal Protection Organisation Welcomes Madras Court's Call to Prohibit Future Ownership of Elephants

International Animal Welfare Organisation, World Animal Protection welcomes the news that The Madras High Court has recently opined that a uniform policy should be put in place to completely prohibit future ownership of elephants by individuals or temples and to bring all elephants under th... (more)
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Bird Flu or Inhumane Farming; Animals in Farms are at a Higher Risk of Diseases

World Animal Protection has received appalling reports that large numbers of poultry animals have been culled and more are being planned to avoid the risk of Bird Flu spread.
 
A large numbers of poultry animals have been culled to avoid the risk of Bird Flu. Photo cred... (more)
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Speaking the White Truth - Building a Better World for Dairy and Farm Animals

International animal welfare organisation, World Animal Protection has today submitted a detailed report to the government of Delhi, comprising the learnings and findings from its ‘Better Dairy’ campaign.
The report titled: The White Truth – Better Dairy Campaign R... (more)
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Over One Lakh Indians Demand to Ban the Trade of Wild Animals, Urge Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Give Support

International animal welfare organisation, World Animal Protection has received overwhelming support from the people of India to put an end to wildlife trade.
 
It is essential to keep wild animals in the wild. That is their natural habitat
 
Over o... (more)
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Over 50% Indians Concerned the Next Pandemic could come from Farm Animals

On the occasion of World Food Day, International animal welfare organisation, World Animal Protection has released a report, which finds that superbugs are emerging on farms from antibiotic overuse, and those antibiotic resistant bacteria are entering our food chain and our environment.(more)
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World Animal Protection Welcomes Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Remarks on Preserving Wildlife

International animal welfare organisation, World Animal Protection welcomes the statement of Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi, on the importance of preserving wildlife.
 
The statement by Mr. Modi was made on 6th October, 2020 to mark the celebration of Wildlife Week i... (more)
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World Day for Farmed Animals Celebrated Across Asia

International animals welfare organisation, World Animal Protection along with the Asia for Animals coalition is celebrating World Day for Farmed Animals to bring focus on the need to treat farm animals as sentient beings and make visible the importance and urgency of farm animal welfare.(more)
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World Animal Protection Launches Report to Increase Awareness on Rabies Elimination

International animals welfare organisation, World Animal Protection has launched an important report titled “All Eyes on Dogs” which provides the first trajectory with actions needed to eliminate dog mediated rabies by 2030. The report also demonstrates how humane rabies control... (more)
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This International Dog Day Make your Locality Animal Friendly

International animal welfare organisation World Animal Protection has provided food to over 3000 stray dogs in various parts of North Delhi.
 
Stray dogs are being provided food in North Delhi
 
The feeding drive was launched in June 2020, in c... (more)
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