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BAWA UPDATES: SAVING LIVES WITH YOUR HELP

EDUCATION The month of May 2019, called for celebration as BAWA’s education team not only reached but exceeded their target for the 2018 to 2019 academic year. This means that since July 2018, more than 100,000 public school students aged from seven to twelve have learnt how to love and care for dogs, and how to keep themselves and their communities safer from dog bites and the spread of rabies in our informative, interactive and fun lessons. These students are our future, and we believe education is the only way to improve things long-term for dogs and communities in Bali. We were...

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2018 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS, COLLEAGUES AND SUPPORTERS, WE WISH YOU A VERY HAPPY 2019 Thank you so very much for all of your support during the past year; it has enabled us to save and improve the lives of many, many animals in Bali and beyond. We’d like to share with you some highlights of BAWA’s accomplishments in 2018. A pioneering moment in 2018 was when Programme Dharma (a collaboration between BAWA, Udayana University, and IFAW) successfully launched the first ever village dog meat regulation in Indonesia. This completely forbids the sale and consumption of dog meat, poisoning dogs,...

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2017 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

    WE WISH A VERY HAPPY 2018 TO ALL OF OUR FRIENDS, COLLEAGUES AND SUPPORTERS We want to thank you for all of your support during the past year; it has enabled us to save and improve the lives of many, many animals in Bali.   Some highlights of what BAWA’s teams accomplished in 2017 We adopted out 431 animals to loving and safe homes, and fostered out 259, including dogs, cats, monkeys and a squirrel. We currently have 294 dogs in care. Every day, BAWA teams fed hundreds of homeless dogs on the streets of Bali. We also...

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BENGBENG: SAVED, SAFE & WHAT A STORY!

Thanks to people’s overwhelming kindness and generosity, market dog Bengbeng is recovering from amputation of a back leg at the safe and loving home of Anna and Miles, 5. The mother and son went to BAWA’s Ubud shop at Jl Monkey Forest 100x to donate for Bengbeng and spotted Russ Carr’s photobook of Bali street images. On returning to the UK from Bali recently, photographer and Good Guy Russ quickly produced and sent 25 copies of his terrific book and postcards to BAWA. At the shop to donate, Anna and Miles instantly loved the book. And wanting so much to help Bengbeng, they promptly...

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WHY YOU SHOULD BE A RESPONSIBLE TOURIST

Every year, nearly 3.8 million tourists visit Bali to experience beautiful beaches and other holiday and cultural activities. Sadly, there is a dark underbelly to many tourist-funded facilities that practice animal abuse and exploitation for profit.   Do Not Make the Animals Suffer   Many tourists unknowingly visit attractions and participate in activities that fuel immense animal suffering and pose risks to wild animal populations, as unscrupulous wildlife traders steal animals from their homes in the wild to supply dolphin pools, elephant parks, zoos, commercial enterprises, pet...

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