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Special Interactive  Public Session on 
The Rights of Nonhuman Species (9th Feb, JNU)
 
as part of the 
ICSSR/SCDR/JNU 
National Capacity Building Workshop
5-18 February
 
You are invited to 
a discussion on the rights of nonhuman species whose mass annihilation during disasters such as fire, floods, earthquakes, landslides and hurricanes etc. Whatever happened in Kaziranga and whatever keeps happenning in the recurrent floods in Bihar in known to all.......................
 
There is no reason to ask, what justifies the need for this policy since nonhuman species share this earth with the stronger species 'human' as their intrinsic right.There is no exaggerated emotion to be discussing this theme as a core policy area for the government.
 
However, several hurdles have to be crossed in this debate, such as  human intransigence, greed, tenaciousness, ignorance and insensitivity. Large human communities are interdependent upon nonhuman species for livelihood, for employment and for emotional needs. Many Asian religions treat them at par with  human beings. Then why this absence of a holistic policy for protecting them in disaster studies ?

 

PLEASE PARTICIPATE AS THE PROCEEDINGS WOULD BE SENT TO THE GOVERNMENT FOR INCLUSION IN THE 

 

 

Disaster Management Act 2005
 

“RACING EXTINCTION” FILM BY OSCAR WINNER LOUISE PSIHOYOS

 

DISCUSSION 

COORDINATOR
  

 

MR.K.M. SINGH 

( IPS, Former Member NDMA)
 & World Animal Rescue

 

Programme: 10:00AM -1:15PM 
Venue: Old CRS Building Mini Audi (entrance from Aruan Asaf Ali Marg Gate opposite Vastu Kala Academy.
FOLLOWED BY LUNCH
 
 

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 Amita Singh
Professor 
Centre for the Study of Law and Governance (CSLG)
Chairperson SPECIAL CENTRE FOR DISASTER RESEARCH (Old CRS Building, Damodar Hostel Gate)
Member Secretary Institutional Ethics Review Board.
Jawaharlal Nehru University
Nelson Mandela Marg
New Delhi 110067
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Dear Animal Lover

We are living in times when dogs are burnt alive; monkeys are starved & rendered homeless due to rampant deforestation, cows & bulls are stuffed in trucks, their limbs broken, chillies inserted in their eyes & they illegally transported for miles without food & water, camels butchered in open fields in the cruelest manner...The pain and suffering of these voiceless beings fall on deaf ears and meet complete administrative apathy.

However, all is not lost yet. Hope still persists in the form of animal activists and NGOs that are working day and night, staking their lives and sacrificing their comforts to save and protect these animals, out of compassion and a sense of responsibility, to save Creation.

We at Dhyan Foundation

  • take care of more than 10000 animals daily through countrywide network of 35 plus animal shelters and feeding points
  • have rescued lakhs of animals in the last 8 years of operation as animal welfare organisation
  • have sterilised and vaccinated over 6000 stray dogs and built over 200 dog houses for strays
  • have saved lakhs of cattle through emergency relief programs at Kollegal (Karnataka, 2017), Mahoba (Uttar Pradesh, 2017), Latur (Maharashtra, 2016), Dausa (Rajasthan, 2016 & 2017), Hingonia (Rajasthan, 2016)
  • run free animal welfare workshops and programs in schools and colleges in 10 plus cities
  • are fighting legal battles in the courts for rights of animals
  • produce and promote gau-products hand-made from cattle wastes to make our gaushalas sustainable

 

Help us save many more lives... DONATEADOPT. SPONSOR.

 

Dhyan Foundation owned shelters

  • 271 cattle @ Chaitra Gaushala, Mandya, Karnataka (Expense incurred, Rs.2.5Lac/month)
  • 220 cattle @ Barodiya Gaushala, Rajasthan (Expense incurred, Rs.2.5 Lac/month)
  • 26 cattle @ Delhi Gaushala (Expense incurred, Rs.40K/month)
  • 550 cattle @ Sahyog Gaushala Challur, Telangana (Expense incurred, Rs.5.7 Lac/month)
  • 11 cattle @ Chennai Gaushala (Expense incurred, Rs.16-17K/month)
  • 134 cattle @ Gorakhpur Gaushala (Expense incurred, Rs.1.5 Lac/month
  • 10 camels @ Barodiya Gaushala, Rajasthan (Expense incurred, Rs.20K/month)

 

 

Dhyan Foundation independently manages

  • 310 cattle + 11 dogs @ Quittol Gaushala, Goa (Expense incurred, Rs.6.2Lac/month)
  • 115 cattle @ Zamaulim Temple Gaushala, Goa (Expense incurred, Rs.2.3Lac/month)
  • 570 cattle @ Gubbi Gaushala, Tumkur, Karnataka (Expense incurred, Rs.8Lac/month)
  • 228 cattle @ Anand Gaushala, Kolkata (Expense incurred, Rs.2.50 Lac/month)
  • 350 cattle @ Dharbhanga Gaushala, Bihar (Expense incurred, Rs.2 Lac/month)
  • 220 cattle @ Village Chauka Gaushala, Mahoba, UP (Expense incurred, Rs.1.5Lac/month)
  • 202 cattle @ Macchiwara Gaushala, Ludhiana, Punjab (Expense incurred Rs.3 Lac/month)
  • 208 cattle @ Fategarh Sahib, Punjab (Expense incurred Rs.1.2 Lac/month)
  • 25 cattle @ Kapila Gaushala, Kochi (Expense incurred, Rs.60 K/month

 

 

Dhyan Foundation supports

  • 28 cattle @ Shri Krishna Gaushala, Ghazipur, UP (Expense incurred, Rs.26K/month)
  • 150 cattle @ Gau Seva Samiti, Patiala (Expense incurred, Rs.15K/month)
  • 105 cattle @ Navjyoti Gaushala, Chattisgarh (Expense incurred, Rs.50K/month)
  • 36 cattle @ Kapila Gaushala, Charavatoor, Kerala (Expense incurred, Rs.20K/month)
  • 40 cattle @ Sitapur Gaushala, UP (Expense incurred, Rs.25K/month)
  • 220 dogs @ Shelter for Rescued Dogs, Gurgaon (Expense incurred, Rs.1 Lac/month

 

 

Dhyan Foundation feeds

  • 150 stray cattle in Ludhiana (Expense incurred, Rs.30K/month)
  • 700 stray dogs @ 107 FAD points in Delhi (Expense incurred, Rs.2.5L/month)
  • 21 stray dogs @ 2 FAD points in Kerala (Expense incurred, Rs.8K/month)
  • 6 stray dogs @ 3 FAD points in Tamil Nadu (Expense incurred, Rs.3K/month)
  • 164 stray dogs @ 37 FAD points in Maharashtra (Expense incurred, Rs.50K/month)
  • 192 stray dogs @ 27 FAD points in Punjab (Expense incurred, Rs.65K/month)
  • 41 stray dogs @ 9 FAD points in Andhra Pradesh (Expense incurred, Rs.15K/month)
  • 28 stray dogs @ 7 FAD points in Karnataka (Expense incurred, Rs.10K/month)
  • 110 stray dogs @ FAD points in Kolkata (Expense Incurred 24k/monthly)
  • 15 stray dogs @ Gorakhpur (Expense incurred, Rs.3K/month)

 

 

Dhyan Foundation ABC Centre @Lucknow, UP (Expense incurred Rs. 1.5 Lac/Month)

 

 

Dhyan Foundation provides for

  • 400 monkeys daily @ Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh (Expense incurred, Rs.60K/month)
  • 200 monkeys daily @ Manger Village, Delhi (Expense incurred, Rs.50K/month)
  • 100 monkeys daily @ Jhaku Temple, Simla (Expense incurred, Rs.20K/month)
  • 100 monkeys thrice weekly@ Shiv Temple, Kesaragutta, Hyderabad (Expense incurred, Rs.6K/month)
  • 40 monkeys weekly @ Alpiri forests, Tirupati (Expense incurred, Rs.2K/month)
  • 30 monkeys twice weekly @ Chamundi Hills, Mysore (Expense incurred, Rs.2.5K/month)
  • 20 monkeys five times weekly @Ghaziabad ,U.P (1.5k/month)

 

 

Dhyan Foundation saved

  • 61 camels @ Malda, West Bengal (Expense incurred for transport, Rs.3L)
  • 61 camels @ Kishanganj, Bihar (Expense Incurred of transport, Rs.3.5L)
  • 30 camels @ Islampur, West Bengal (Expense incurred for transport, Rs.2.75L)
  • 16 camels @ Jodhpur, Rajasthan (Expense incurred for transport, Rs.26K)
  • 15 camels @ Barmer, Rajasthan (Expense incurred for transport, Rs.35K)
  • 15 camels @ Barmer, Rajasthan (Expense incurred for transport, Rs.30K)
  • 5 camels @ Raiganj, West Bengal (Expense incurred for transport, Rs.50K)
  • 30 camels @ Hanumangarh, Rajasthan (Expense incurred for transport, Rs.30K)
  • 9 camels @ Coochbehar, West Bengal (Expense Incurred 1.25 L)
  • 13 camels @ Islampur,West Bengal (Expense Incurred 1.5 L)
  • 2 camels @ Itahar ,West Bengal (Expense Incurred 50k)

 

TO CONTRIBUTE

 

Dhyan Foundation (Within India in Indian rupees):

  • Account #00921000102439,
  • IFSC Code: HDFC0000092,
  • HDFC Bank, GK 1, New Delhi
** All donations made to Dhyan Foundation are exempted from Tax under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act 1961

 

 

Dhyan Foundation (ONLY from outside India Or for currency other than Indian Rupees):

  • Account #00921170000063,
  • IFSC Code: HDFC0000092,
  • HDFC Bank, GK 1, New Delhi
  • Swift Code: HDFCINBBDEL
** Dhyan Foundation is registered under Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA)

 

 

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I would like to introduce my friends great animal shelter which he runs on his own only with help of some private citizens. He looks after 200 dogs, 18 cows and some cats.

 

 

Please have a look at our requirements. Since we have no govt funding we are dependent on friends and well-wishers who support our work. Please come forward and help us.

  • 1) Rice ( Monthly 5000 Kgs)
  • 2) Medicines ( medicine 1,2,3,4)
  • 3) Bandages (Monthly 100)
  • 4) Dog Food (Monthly 50 Kg)
  • 5) Mattresses (Monthly 10)
  • 6) Fodder Supply