Posted: 17.06.2012
 
APOWA - Action for Protection of Wild Animals Every year Rajo Sankranti (a mass festival in Odisha, India) is a feast day for the villagers of Srirampur and its neighbor villages under Pattamundai police limit where hundreds of animals killed before Deity Maa Ramchandi, Srirampur. The Deity's temple situated in the campus of Ramachandra Nodal U.P. School having 428 students. The students witness hundreds of...
Posted: 11.10.2011
 
APOWA - Action for Protection of Wild Animals Daily Flood Reports: Daily Flood Report: 9th October, 2011 One month have passed since the devastating flood in two rounds in Orissa. Two-thirds of state stumbled under high floods. Nearly 90 human lives were lost and over two thousand animals dead in the catastrophe. The flood has receded, leaving behind the terrible story of devastation. The distressed...
Posted: 29.09.2011
 
APOWA - Action for Protection of Wild Animals Daily Flood Reports: Daily Flood Report: 28th September, 2011 Orissa has witnessed two rounds of floods during this month. The situation in the villages under Aul, Pattamudai and Rajkanika blocks of Kendrapada and Bari, Dharmasala blocks of Jajpur districts was remain critical. While seven helicopters have been engaged into service for air dropping food...
Posted: 24.09.2011
 
APOWA - Action for Protection of Wild Animals Daily Flood Reporta: 17th - 23rd September, 2011 Daily Flood Report: 23rd September, 2011 It is 15th day since our disaster rescue team has been working restlessly to provide relief to the surviving animals. The team, which includes veterinarians, volunteers has been making daily move to the flood affected areas to provide emergency feeding, treatment of...
Posted: 16.09.2011
 
APOWA - Action for Protection of Wild Animals Daily Flood Report: 16th September, 2011 Today, our disaster rescue team, which includes veterinarians, volunteers has been conducting rescue and relief works in worst affected villages of Ameipal, Balisahi, Madhuraganda, Badaghai of Mahakalpara block. The footprint of the flood is huge, now the flood water is slowly receding and many marooned villages became...
Posted: 15.09.2011
 
APOWA - Action for Protection of Wild Animals Daily Flood Report: 15th September, 2011 It is the day 7, since our disaster rescue team has been working restlessly to provide relief to the surviving animals. While our team travelling to the remote areas of Mahakalpara block, a person from Maharangala village informed us that a group of buffalos standing in a river island. It took nearly 3 hours to reach...
Posted: 05.08.2011
 
APOWA - Action for Protection of Wild Animals Newsletter
Posted: 11.06.2011
 
APOWA - Action for Protection of Wild Animals Newsletter
Posted: 18.04.2011
 
APOWA - Action for Protection of Wild Animals

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