With 40% less wound than previous season, 30% less hoof problems and more than 50% decrease in other common health issues, 2015-2016 has undoubtedly become one of the best project year till now. This was not only possible by treating the wounded and sick animals in the brick factories, but also by educating the owners and handlers and motivating them to do their best. Want to know how??
Kathmandu, June, 2016- This season Animal Nepal didn’t only treated the sick and injured working animals in the brick factories but also conducted 8 community education programmes where we reached 131 donkey handlers and 21 owners. And based on the welfare assessment conducted during the season, three best donkey handlers and owners were awarded this month.
Pappu Khan and Ali Hussain went to become 3rd and 2nd best donkey handlers respectively. Whereas Kirpa Raidas won the tile of THE Best Donkey Handler of the season. The winners were given prizes that included very useful things like, cloths, shoes, bags and cash prizes. Other donkey handlers were also given complimentary prizes which contained daily useful things like soap, toothpaste, hand wash etc.
With 40% less wound than previous season, 30% less hoof problems and more than 50% decrease in other common health issues, 2015-2016 has undoubtedly become one of the best project year of all time. Animal Nepal has been rewarding the deserving handlers and owners since the starting of our Programme. And with the kind support of The Donkey Sanctuary UK, this year were able to reward them in more better and satisfying ways. Recently, Best donkey owners were awarded at our Godawari Donkey Sanctuary where Gonu Kasagar from Bajra brick factory won the first prize, Samim Kasagar from Kantipur BF won the 2nd prize and Firoz Kasagar from Bajra Barahi won the 3rd prize for setting an example of best owners.