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While campaigning against the dog meat trade and consumption, OIPA Cameroon is still fighting on the streets of the province of Bamenda for animal protection. Volunteers often provide first aid for dogs, cats, rabbits and other animals founded on the stre...

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V I C T O R Y ! July 6, 2015 – Vietnamese Minister of Culture, Sports, and Tourism Hoang Tuan Anh has confirmed the elimination of brutal festivals in which animals are killed cruelly as a sacrifice to God.“As the Minister of Culture, Sports, and...

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Human consumption of meat and dairy products is a major driver of climate change, despite this fact media and governments rarely take initiative to tackle climate change through food diet policies. In 2006 the UN Agency FAO published a report about livest...

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Our Delegate Mr. Che Gilbert, visited last Friday a primary School in Cameroon and with our volunteers they talk with children about animal rights and environment. “Young generation in Africa are the future and they carry the responsibility of protectin...

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African elephant is the largest land animal on Earth. It is bigger than its Asian cousin, and can be differentiated from the latter by the size of the ears, in both cases used to keep the animal cool. Actually, even without natural predators, African elep...

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ETNA – She was rescued one month ago by OIPA volunteers in Teramo (Italy), she was lost and abandoned along the street, she had a severe wound in the head and she was underfed.   She needed several therapied and treatments to recover, and she hasn’t ...

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Last week we participated on Rabies vaccination campaign in Emborret village close to Tarangire National Park and more than 250 dogs and cats were provided with some of the following services for free. Advice on how to provide adequate guardianship of com...

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Health concerns and animal rights in danger Free-roaming dogs populations have emerged recently as both animal welfare and public health problems in developing countries. Free-roaming dogs face high mortality, malnutrition, starvation, disease, and abuse;...

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Jakarta – We all remember the shocking video posted on YouTube and shared through Facebook, and already viewed more than 1.5 million times, showing tourists of the Taman Safari park posing with a ‘drugged’ lion and taking snapshots while the...

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From the beginning of the new international orders, with the creation of the United Nations (1945), there has been total freedom for the States in matters of poaching and wild animals’ life. This has brought to a situation where many of the most importa...

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